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Par Richard D. Cappetto - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It took me two years to track down a USED copy of this title hear at Amazon (I used the per order option to get it). Sugar Records ought to reissue this one imminently, if not sooner. Its worth it alone for the CUTE Italian Folk Song, Ava Marina No Morro; Bocelli brings this song such life with his earnest folksy singing and his ringing Tenor parts, Beautiful. Also This CD is worth it a second time for this version of Meserere, On it Bocelli does both the pop/blues part (zucceros part) and the Opera Part (Pavarottis Part), again an excellent job. There are a few songs that are on other releases, Rapsodia; La Luna Che Non C'e; and Caruso (all Excellent). And then it finishes off with 5 Opera Aries sung Live, Panis Angelicus; Ah La Paterna Mano; E Lucean Le Stelle; La Fleur Que Tu M'Avais Jetee; and L'Anima Ho Stanca. And a 6th live song called Songo (not the same as on the Songo CD). The Live songs show a great talent in the beginnings of his emergence, it is raw and emotional and beautiful. They are wonderful to listen to and compare just how far he has come; rising up to the top of both Opera and Pop fields. If you can get this CD; do it.
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Par Edith Harvath - Publié sur Amazon.com
I love this CD because I believe it was made before Andrea was such a huge success in America. To me it seems less commercial and more sincere than his later ones. The emotion, the passion he puts into the beautiful songs seems so genuine, so heart felt, perhaps a little less mechanical and contrived as necessarily happens when one becomes such a huge success, as he has done. The operatic songs at the end, sung in recital, with live applause, are a contrast to the huge concerts, with screaming fans, which appear on some of his CDs. I found this classy, intimate, and, as always with Bocelli, touchingly earnest in his desire to communicate his strong feelings about life and love.
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Par JoeyFreer9@att.net - Publié sur Amazon.com
Bocelli may be a bit rough around the edges when compared to the great tenors of today. However, he is bringing great music to the masses by combining it with his popular repetoire. If one doubts his appeal ... it might be interesting to know his bank balance. It could be a fair assumption that he has been well rewarded for his efforts. Rather than see him on stage with Pavarotti, Domingo and Carreras, he might be better paired with another incredible young voice ... Jose Cura. In fact Bocelli has a sound that is similar to Pavarotti, while Jose Cura is a blend of Domingo and Carreras. We should nuture this new generation of artists in the hope that our children will enjoy the great music of the world. A puritanical attitude about Bocelli and others who attempt Verdi, Puccini, Donizetti and others " without paying the traditional dues" is one that will cause the potential listener to miss out on a genuinely worthy opportunity. Iam I mistaken? ... or was Mario Lanza rather popular as well?
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Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Unfortunately, many of the cuts on this CD also appear on Romanza, however not all. It's wonderful to hear how his voice has progressed from the time this CD was made.
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Par Alan Indiana - Publié sur Amazon.com
Andrea Bocelli has the finest tenor voice since the young Pavarotti. Whether he is singing opera or pop, in Italian, English, or German, his voice is by turn warm, soothing, thrilling--completely commanding. And his English diction is better than some American singers'. The down-side of this album is that most of the titles are already on other discs. But does this really matter? The reason to buy this one is Miserere, in which he does both parts with total mastery. And don't worry that you don't understand the Italian; the translations that come with the Romanza disc don't make all that much sense. As with his other albums, I could listen to this one forever and never get tired of it.
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