“Hamilton” was a musical that took over my life for the better half of 2017. It’s a historical account that’s packed with information but also a ton of talent. A modern twist on a very classic story, it’s a great guilty pleasure. Here are my favorite tracks from Broadway’s “Hamilton-“ though plenty had to be cut out for the sake of length. Give it all a listen, really.
A ton of emotion, but it also establishes the relationship between Eliza and Anjelica. This is the basis of this strange love triangle that you will see through the entire soundtrack.
“Wait For It”
My favorite track- it’s a new perspective on the old perception of the founding fathers. While Hamilton is an aggressive character, Aaron Burr is the mellow counterpart. This track is his establishment for the rest of the musical.
A beautiful account of the births or Burr’s and Hamilton’s first children. It’s a father’s view of their children and it’s truly a heartwarming experience.
Quite the opposite now, “Burn” describes Eliza’s rage after the discovery of Hamilton’s affair. There is a ton of emotion packed into this song, and viewers really get to see a side of Eliza that no one really knew that she had.
“It’s Quiet Uptown”
This is a moment of devastation, but also when there is reconciliation between Hamilton and Eliza. The new relationship established between them, and it’s interesting to be able to see this happen.
Another one of my favorites, is further establishes the relationship between Burr and Hamilton. There is an animosity that the viewers see that really is only based in pride, and it’s more than interesting to hear that relationship develop and become more and more aggressive.
“The World Was Wide Enough”
One of the final tracks in the musical, this is when it all comes to a head and Hamilton is killed. The regret of Burr and the end of Hamilton’s life makes for a great track in this installment, pulling inspiration from many previous tracks to conclude the production.
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