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Download links and information about Romanza by Andrea Bocelli. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Pop, Classical, Opera genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:06:01 minutes.

Artist: Andrea Bocelli
Release date: 1997
Genre: Pop, Classical, Opera
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:06:01
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No. Title Length
1. Con te partiro 4:11
2. Vivere 4:04
3. Per Amore 4:42
4. Il Mare calmo della sera ("Romanza" Version) 4:43
5. Caruso 5:18
6. Macchine da guerra (Spanish Version) 4:11
7. Le tue parole (Spanish Version) 3:58
8. Vivo per lei 4:26
9. Romanza (Spanish Version) 3:44
10. La luna che non c'e 4:33
11. Rapsodia 5:29
12. Voglio restare cosi' (Spanish Version) 3:53
13. E Chiove (Spanish Version) 4:23
14. Miserere 4:19
15. Time to Say Goodbye (featuring Sarah Brightman) 4:07



In many ways, Romanza can serve as a calling card for Andrea Bocelli. This 1997 release is the tenor classical crossover star’s first stateside collection of the earlier adult pop releases that made him a Continental sensation. It covers his work from 1992 (a live version of Italian pop hero Zucchero’s “Misere,” with English lyrics by U2’s Bono) through 1995 (several numbers, including the lovely arpeggio-driven title track). The arrangements generally feature electric guitar, synth bass, keyboards, and drum machine amid more traditional orchestral staples such as strings and horns. Popularized through a 1986 Pavarotti cover and regularly performed in concert by trumpeter and occasional Bocelli collaborator Chris Botti, Lucio Dallo’s “Caruso” receives a wistful piano-oriented treatment here. Synthesizers give “Rapsodia” a contemporary ambient moodiness that contrasts with the vocals' old-fashioned melancholy. Romanza concludes with Bocelli’s signature piece—his 11 million-selling “Time to Say Goodbye” duet with Sarah Brightman.