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Title:
Sentimento
Author:
Bocelli, Andrea.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : Philips, [2000]

℗2000
Physical Description:
1 audio disc (60 min.) : digital, stereophonic ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Program notes in English, and texts with English translations inserted in container.
Language:
Italian
Contents:
En Aranjuez con tu amor / Rodrigo -- Mattinata / Leoncavello -- Barcarolle / Offenbach -- L'alba separa / Tosti -- Sogno d'amore / Liszt -- La serenata / Tosti -- L'ultima canzone / Tosti -- Malia / Tosti -- La danza / Rossini -- Ideale / Tosti -- Plaisir d'amour / Martini -- Musica proibita / Gastaldon -- Occhi di fata / Denza -- 'A vucchella / Tosti -- Vorrei morire / Tosti -- Vaghissima sembianza / Donaudy.
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UPC:
028947040026
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Though Andrea Bocelli kicks off SENTIMENTO with a 20th Century piece, the stately setting of Rodrigo's "En Aranjuez con tu amor," the balance of the album wisely focuses on one of the renowned vocalist's greatest strengths, the Romantic period, as Rodrigo quickly gives way to the more sprightly feel of Leoncavallo's "Mattinata." After moving arrestingly through similar fare, Bocelli bookends things nicely by closing with a pair of canzonas from Tosti; the passionate, poignant "'A vucchella" and the quietly elegant "Vorrei morire," followed immediately by Donaudy's "Vaghissima sembianza," which ends things on a fulsome, appropriately romantic (with a small "r") note. Throughout SENTIMENTO, the sympathetic accompaniment of the London Symphony Orchestra, masterfully conducted by Lorin Maazel, provides the perfect instrumental setting for Bocelli's evocative voice.