Entertainment Weekly reports:
Somewhere in our youth or childhood, we must’ve done something good… because we can finally hear Christopher Plummer’s original vocals for The Sound of Music.
EW has an exclusive first listen to Plummer’s track on “Something Good,” a song that Richard Rodgers wrote specifically for the film adaptation of his and Oscar Hammerstein II’s musical.
Plummer stars in the film as Captain Von Trapp (the original Zaddy), a widowed father of seven children, who learns to open his heart again through the music and ministrations of Fräulein Maria (Julie Andrews), the nun he hires to be a governess to his children.
While filming and recording the soundtrack, Plummer originally recorded his own vocals for the movie, but he was later dubbed by Bill Lee, which is the version of the songs we hear on screen and on the soundtrack.
Listen to Plummer’s original vocals below:
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