This has the drama, the love story and magnificent arias
The haunting image of Heathcliffe searching the moors for his beloved Cathy us one of the most enduringly passionate scenes in English literature.
Taylor's adaptation has been recognised by the Bronte Society as marking the first time that the true spirit of this masterpiece 'has been captured in a musical.'
"This is what stage music should be - passionate, powerful, melodic . . . If you buy only one album this year, make it this one - Mike Gibb, Masquerade Magazine.
"The whole thing is tailor-made for the
"Every number, whether vocal or instrumental, packs the kind of emotional punch that musical performers and audiences cry out for." Sarah Hopkins, Beneath the Mask" Summer 1994 issue.
"Something to shiver about!" -House & Garden (British edition), March 1992.
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Introduction by The Brontë Society
“Bernard J. Taylor’s work marks the first time that the true spirit and drama of Emily Brontë’s masterpiece has been captured in a musical.”
The Brontë sisters need no introduction: their lives and works are known not only to the English-speaking nations but to the world as a whole. Each year, over 200,000 visitors flock to
Emily’s almost mystical affinity with nature shines through her poetry and is very evident in her one and only novel, Wuthering Heights, one of the world’s acknowledged literary masterpieces. First published in 1847,
Was there ever a real
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