Lorin Maazel (Conductor)/Andrea Bocelli: Sentimento

Track List

>En Aranjuez con tu amor, for tenor & violin (after Rodrigo)
>Mattinata ("L'aurora di bianco vestita"), song for voice & piano (or orchestra)
>contes d'Hoffmann, opera in 4 acts: Barcarolle, Les
>Alba separa dalla luce l'ombra, for voice & piano, L' (or orchestra)
>Sogno d'amore, for tenor & violin (after Liszt)
>Serenata for voice & piano/orchestra, La
>Ultima Canzone for voice & piano/orchestra, L'
>Malia for voice & piano/orchestra
>danza. Tarantella Napolitana, La ("Già la luna è in mezzo al mare"), for voice & piano (Soirées musicales)
>Ideale for voice & piano (or orchestra)
>Sogno for voice & piano/orchestra
>Plaisir d'amour, for voice & piano (or orchestra)
>Musica proibita, for voice & orchestra, Op. 5
>Occhi di fata, for voice & piano (or orchestra)
>vucchella, A ("Arietta di Posilippo") for voice & piano (or orchestra)
>Vorrei morir for voice & piano/orchestra

Album Notes

This selection is also available as a limited edition CD and on Super Audio CD format.

This selection is a limited edition Enhanced CD that includes a bonus track, a video documenting the making of SENTIMENTO, Bocelli web links, and a downloadable Bocelli desktop icon for use on personal computers.

This selection is also available in standard CD format, cassette format and Super Audio CD format.

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Personnel: Lorin Maazel (violin).

Audio Mixers: Phillip Siney; Andrew Cornall.

Liner Note Author: Lorin Maazel .

Recording information: BBC Studios, Maida Vale, London, England (09/30/2002-10/07/2002); Classic Sound Ltd (09/30/2002-10/07/2002); Emil Berliner Studios (09/30/2002-10/07/2002).

Photographers: Decca; Andrew Southam; Sasha Gusov; James McMillan ; Bill Bernstein.

Translators: Peggy Cochrane ; Kenneth Chalmers.

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.



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