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Lea Salonga

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A Whole New World Lea Salonga, Brad Kane, Disney 02:40
Reflection Lea Salonga, Disney 02:26
A Girl Worth Fighting For Lea Salonga, Harvey Fierstein, Matthew Wilder, James Hong 02:26
Honor To Us All Lea Salonga, Beth Fowler, Marnie Nixon, Chorus - Mulan 03:01
Forever Yours (Reprise) Merle Dandridge, Hailey Kilgore, Lea Salonga, Once On This Island Storytellers 02:42
If You Can Dream Jodi Benson, Susie Stevens Logan, Christie Houser, Judy Kuhn 03:50
The Last Night Of The World Lea Salonga, Simon Bowman 04:25
Someone Else's Story Lea Salonga 05:06
The Human Heart Lea Salonga, Once On This Island Storytellers 03:58
And the God's Heard Her Prayer / Rain Quentin Earl Darrington, Alex Newell, Lea Salonga, Merle Dandridge 04:26

Most popular release

Lea Salonga Overture: Sun and Moon / A Whole New World / I Dreamed a Dream / On My Own / Reflection (Live)
Another Hundred People (From "Company") [Live]
Introduction of Kory Katseanes & the BYU Chamber Orchestra (Live)
Introduction to I Enjoy Being a Girl (Live)

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Born Maria Lea Carmen Imutan Salonga on February 22, 1971, the Filipino singer known as Lea Salonga first jumped to fame as a child actress in her native Philippines and then went on to conquer stages all around the globe on a series of top-tier musicals. Hailing from Ermita, Manila, Lea Salonga made her debut in 1978 in the musical The King and I when she was just seven years old. Her studio debut Small Voice came out in 1981 and was certified gold in the Philippines. This success led to her own TV show, Love, Lea, which aired between 1983 and 1985. Her breakthrough moment arrived in 1989 with the musical Miss Saigon, in which she played the lead female role. First presented in London, the play garnered Lea Salonga worldwide recognition and was even staged on Broadway. In 1991, she became the first woman of Asian descent to ever win a Tony Award for her performance in Miss Saigon. Meanwhile, she continued to release albums as a solo artist such as her eponymous 1993 full-length, which featured the track “We Could Be In Love,” a duet with American singer Brad Kane. All of her subsequent albums—By Heart (1998), Lea... In Love (1999), and Lea Salonga Christmas Album (2001)— were certified multi-platinum in her native country. In the following years, Lea Salonga became a coach on the reality show The Voice of Philippines and continued to expand her already bulging resume by starring in the Broadway musicals Flower Drum Song (2002), Les Misérables (2007), Allegiance (2015), and Once on This Island (2017).