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Sarah Brightman - Symphony (2008) FLAC

17-03-2016, 17:54
Classical Music | Pop | FLAC / APE


Artist:
Title: Symphony
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Manhattan Records
Genre: Vocal Pop, Classical Crossover
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 57:08
Total Size: 385 MB
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Tracklist:

01. Gothica (1:19)
02. Fleurs Du Mal (4:10)
03. Symphony (4:47)
04.Canto Della Terra (Duet With Andrea Bocelli) (3:59)
05. Sanvean (3:50)
06. I Will Be With You (Where The Lost Ones Go) (Duet With Paul Stanley) (4:32)
07. Schwere Traume (3:22)
08. Sarai Qui (Duet With Alessandro Safina) (3:57)
09. Storia D'Amore (4:03)
10. Let It Rain (4:17)
11. Attesa (4:27)
12. Pasion (Duet With Fernando Lima) (5:14)
13. Running (9:11)

2008 marks the release of Sarah Brightman's first new studio album for five years. Recorded in Germany, Symphony features all new songs and is created with Sarah's long-time producer Frank Peterson. The repertoire ranges from beautiful ballads 'Symphony', 'Fleur du Mal' and epic power rock scores 'I Will Be With You' to interpretations of the work 'Jupiter' from Holst's The Planets on 'Running' to Faith Hill's 'There You'll Be' sung in Italian as 'Sarai Qui' and many more. On this album Sarah reunites with Andrea Bocelli to sing 'Canto Della Terra', as well as singing duets with Fernando Lima (Mexican tenor) on 'Passion' and Paul Stanley (Kiss) on 'I Will Be With You (Where The Lost Ones Go) '. The album showcases Sarah linguistic vocal skills by singing in Spanish, Italian, French and for the first time German. EMI.





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