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Viaggio Italiano

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Download links and information about Viaggio Italiano by Andrea Bocelli. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Rock, World Music, Pop, Opera genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:01:38 minutes.

Artist: Andrea Bocelli
Release date: 1996
Genre: Rock, World Music, Pop, Opera
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:01:38
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Turandot: Act III, "Nessun Dorma" (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 3:11
2. L'Arlesiana: Act II, "Lamento Di Federico" (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev) 4:39
3. Macbeth: Act IV. "Ah, la Paterna Mano" (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 3:19
4. Rigoletto: Act III. La donna e mobile (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 2:16
5. Elisir D'Amore: ACt II, Una furtiva lagrima (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev) 4:13
6. Panis Angelicus - (Version With The Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra) (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 3:56
7. Ave Maria (Latin "Schubert" Version) (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 4:26
8. O Sole Mio (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 4:38
9. Core n'grato (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 4:44
10. Santa Lucia Luntana (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 5:09
11. I'Te Vurria Vasa (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 5:40
12. Tu, 'Ca Nun Chiagne! (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 3:34
13. Marinarello (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 3:58
14. Piscatore é Pusilleco (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 4:15
15. Messagio Bocelli 0:15
16. Adeste Fideles (Live Version) (featuring Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Victor Popov, Academy Of Choir Art Of Russia) 3:25

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Andrea Bocelli's hugely popular album Romanza showed him at his best — passionately singing songs that had the kind of pop-vocal arrangements that made the most of his emotive, if not entirely rich, voice. Immensely popular around the world more because of the romantic aura that surrounds him than his vocal ability, Bocelli manages to seduce the listener into thinking that he or she is listening to a great opera singer, even if his performances taken by themselves prove otherwise. That is why Viaggio Italiano is not a great album, and also why it doesn't matter. Bocelli begins the album with such iconic opera arias that most of the people who buy his records will focus on the beauty of the songs themselves, rather than his execution of them. By the time he gets to the second half of the album, where he sings the Italian folk songs that are a little more in his league, the listener has already been hooked. Throughout the album, the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra provides subdued accompaniment that draws little attention to itself, allowing Bocelli, and the legend that surrounds him, to shine.