"The Phantom of the Opera" is a song from the stage musical of the same name. It was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and with lyrics written by Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe, additional lyrics by Mike Batt. The song was first recorded by Sarah Brightman and Steve Harley. In 1986 it became a UK hit single. In its theatrical debut, it was sung by Brightman and Michael Crawford in their roles as Christine Daaé and the Phantom.
The song is performed in Act I after the song “Angel of Music” (The Mirror) and before “The Music of the Night”. It is reprised in Act Two at the end of the song "Notes/Twisted Every Way". It takes place as the Phantom escorts Christine by boat to his lair beneath the Opera Garnier. It is sung as a duet by Christine and the Phantom. At the end of the song, Christine sings her highest note in the show, an E6.
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