The Bocelli phenomenon, supported by huge sales of 90 million records, is unstoppable. Now six of his landmark ‘Classical’ albums have been newly remastered alongside a seventh album of rarities and outtakes, including never before released material. All 7 albums are also being made available together for the first time in one deluxe and limited edition boxed set

ANDREA BOCELLI – a modern but old fashioned tenor

Andrea Bocelli is blessed with timbre as recognizable as a signature, full and powerful, with a versatility ranging from the belcanto to the furore of verismo, from the sacred repertoire to popular ballads; and possesses an extraordinary and unique sensibility which transforms and transcends boundaries, causing him to excel in his interpretation of the lyrics, in his perception of the subtleties of musical expression.
His first “classical” recording (1997) entitled Viaggio Italiano was a Caterina Caselli Sugar project undertaken with the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra: spanning Puccini to Schubert, Verdi to Donizzetti. 1998 saw the release of Aria – The Opera Album, with the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino directed by Gianandrea Noseda. The dawn of the new millennium, was marked by a recording of Sacred Arias with the Orchestra and Choir of the National Academy of Saint Cecilia conducted by Myung-Whun Chung : a project which remains one of his most shining artistic productions and the best-selling classical album ever released by a solo artist.

Under the baton of Zubin Mehta, the start of the millennium celebrated the release of the Verdi album and in the autumn of 2002 Andrea Bocelli combined his energies with those of Lorin Maazel, with whom he undertook a very special recording project: Sentimento, a collection of romantic pieces by composers such as Tosti, Denza and Gastaldon, arranged for the orchestra by M° Maazel, who also accompanied Bocelli on violin. The project was an enormous success earning Andrea a double nomination at the 2003 “Classical Brit Awards”, where he won both “Album of the Year” and “Best-Selling Classical Album of the Year”. Similarly, in 2008, a new album Incanto was a sell-out success.

“I don’t think one decides to become a singer: It is decided for you by the reactions of the people around you.” ANDREA BOCELLI

“The more I immerse myself in singing the less I understand, I only know that God has given me a voice which allows me to express what I feel, and in this sense I believe I can describe it as a recognizable voice.” ANDREA BOCELLI

“Andrea is an operatic tenor with a voice of rare beauty. His sense of romance and melody goes beyond the very essence of Rodolfo the bohemian.” FRANCO CORELLI

The Bocelli phenomenon, supported by huge sales of 90 million records, is unstoppable. Now six of his landmark ‘Classical’ albums have been newly remastered alongside a seventh album of rarities and outtakes, including never before released material. All 7 albums are also being made available together for the first time in one deluxe and limited edition boxed set

ANDREA BOCELLI – a modern but old fashioned tenor

Andrea Bocelli is blessed with timbre as recognizable as a signature, full and powerful, with a versatility ranging from the belcanto to the furore of verismo, from the sacred repertoire to popular ballads; and possesses an extraordinary and unique sensibility which transforms and transcends boundaries, causing him to excel in his interpretation of the lyrics, in his perception of the subtleties of musical expression.
His first “classical” recording (1997) entitled Viaggio Italiano was a Caterina Caselli Sugar project undertaken with the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra: spanning Puccini to Schubert, Verdi to Donizzetti. 1998 saw the release of Aria – The Opera Album, with the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino directed by Gianandrea Noseda. The dawn of the new millennium, was marked by a recording of Sacred Arias with the Orchestra and Choir of the National Academy of Saint Cecilia conducted by Myung-Whun Chung : a project which remains one of his most shining artistic productions and the best-selling classical album ever released by a solo artist.

Under the baton of Zubin Mehta, the start of the millennium celebrated the release of the Verdi album and in the autumn of 2002 Andrea Bocelli combined his energies with those of Lorin Maazel, with whom he undertook a very special recording project: Sentimento, a collection of romantic pieces by composers such as Tosti, Denza and Gastaldon, arranged for the orchestra by M° Maazel, who also accompanied Bocelli on violin. The project was an enormous success earning Andrea a double nomination at the 2003 “Classical Brit Awards”, where he won both “Album of the Year” and “Best-Selling Classical Album of the Year”. Similarly, in 2008, a new album Incanto was a sell-out success.

“I don’t think one decides to become a singer: It is decided for you by the reactions of the people around you.” ANDREA BOCELLI

“The more I immerse myself in singing the less I understand, I only know that God has given me a voice which allows me to express what I feel, and in this sense I believe I can describe it as a recognizable voice.” ANDREA BOCELLI

“Andrea is an operatic tenor with a voice of rare beauty. His sense of romance and melody goes beyond the very essence of Rodolfo the bohemian.” FRANCO CORELLI

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The Complete Classical Albums [Box Set]
Artist: Andrea Bocelli
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1. No One Should Sleep (From the Opera "Turandot") (Puccini) - "CD 1" Viaggio Italiano 17
2. Federico's Mourning "Common Stories" (From Opera "Woman of Arles") (Tirea)
3. Musical Song (From Opera "Rigoletto") (Verdi)
4. Tears Unknown (From Opera 'Lovely Novelty') (Donizetti)
5. O · Sole · Mio (Di · Kapua)
6. Catharie "Tsunagi Heart" (Kardiro)
7. Far Away Santa Lucia (Mario)
8. I Want to Kiss You (Di Kapua)
9. You Who Does Not Cry (De Cruis) 1
10. Ocean Man (Gambar Della) 1
11. Fisherman of Puji Reco (Tariafeli) 1
12. Bocelli's Message 1
13. Come, Beloved Friends (Praise to the Child Jesus) (Tradition Song) 1
14. Ave · Maria (Schubert) 1
15. Angel's Bread (Frank) 1
16. Oh, My Father's Hand (From the Opera "MacBeth") (Verdi) 1
17. Pearl Pearl (From Opera "Pearl Taking") (Bizet) 1
18. This or Something (From "Rigoletto") - "CD 2" Aria - the Opera Album 17 1
19. Cold Hands (From "Boeem") 2
20. Odd Harmony (From Tosca) 2
21. Stars Are Sparkle (From "Tosca") 2
22. House of Love Good-Bye (From Butterfly Masters) 2
23. Like a Sunny Day in May (From Andrea Chenier) 2
24. My Lovely Otome, Love to You (From the "Puritans") 2
25. Armed to This Chest Too Hard (From 'Rose Knight') 2
26. This Feeling I Can Not Stop Loving (From "Fedora") 2
27. The Day of Freedom Coming Soon (From the "Daughter of the West") 2
28. Sora and the Sea (From "Joconda") 2
29. I Feel You the Kindness and Smile of My Mother (From Adriana Lukvuru) 3
30. Musette! - I Love You Unbearable Head "The Face I Love" (From "Boheme") 3
31. Tomb of My Ancestry Soon the Forgotten Grave (From Lucia) 3
32. Spring Breeze, Why Do You Look at Me "Ocean's Song" (From Wertel) 3
33. This Flower You Threw Was "Flower Song" (From "Carmen") 3
34. What a Fruitful Man! (From "Regal's Daughter") 3
35. Ave Maria (Kachi-Ni / Merkurio Version) - "CD 3" Sacred Arias 3
36. Holy Mary (Mascagni / Mercury) 3
37. Ave Maria (JS Bach / Gnot) 3
38. Ave · Maria (Schubert) 3
39. Angel's Bread (Frank) 4
40. It's Soul Sinking in Sorrow from "Starbat Mater" (Rossini) 4
41. We, Lament If We Miss - from "Requiem" (Verdi) 4
42. Ave · Velm · Corps (Mozart) 4
43. Angels - from "Wesnon Dunk 5 Songs" (Wagner) 4
44. Ombra My Foo - Opera "Serse" (Handel) 4
45. Have Mercy, Lord (Niedermeier / Reynolds) 4
46. From the Lord God - "Small Mass · Sollemnis" (Rossini) 4
47. Chorus of 13 Thousand Angels (Lullaby of Schubert) (Schubert / Mercury) 4
48. Silent This Night (Gruber / Mercury) 4
49. The Son of God Is Tonight (Come, Believe Tomoyo Tomoyo) (Traditional Song / Mercury) 5
50. Glory to You, Jesus Christ (A Hymn Celebrating the Millennium) (JP Reco) 5
51. The Horrible Fire of the Punishment Stand - Opera <Trovatore> - "CD 4" Collection of Verdi · Aria 5
52. Oh My Beloved Person - Opera <Trovatore> ( 5
53. Like a Feather in the Wind <Song of Woman Songs> - Opera <Rigoletto> 5
54. Tell Me - Opera <Masquerade> 5
55. If You Lose Forever - Opera <Masquerade>) 5
56. Cheek's Tears - Opera <Rigoletto> 5
57. The Power of Strong Love Orders Me - Opera <Rigoletto> 5
58. Clear Aida - Opera <Aida> 5
59. Burning Heart - Opera <Tsubaki Hime> 6
60. Oh, I Am Sorry - Opera <Tsubaki Hime> 6
61. My Pleasure - Opera <Crusade's Lombardians> 6
62. Like the Dew That Was in the Wilted Flower - Opera <Elnani> 6
63. I Lost That Man / I Saw That Person, Then That Smile - Opera <Don Carlo 6
64. At a Gentle Night - Opera <Louisa Miller> 6
65. Leonora Like An Angel - Opera <Power of Destiny> 6
66. Aranjuez (Rodrigo: "Aranjuez Concertos" from the Second Movement) - "CD 5" Sentiment 6
67. Songs in the Morning (Leon Cavallo) 6
68. Hoffman's Battle Song (Offenbach) 6
69. Akatsuki from the Light (Tusti) 7
70. Ai No Dream (List) 7
71. Serenata (Tusty) 7
72. The Last Song (Tusti) 7
73. Enchantment (Tusti) 7
74. Dancing (Rossini) 7
75. Ideal Woman (People) (Tusti) 7
76. Dream (Tusti) 7
77. Joy of Love (Martini) 7
78. Forbidden Music (Gastaldon) 7
79. Enchanted Eyes (Denza) 8
80. Cute Mouth (Tusti) 8
81. I Want to Die (Tusti) 8
82. You Are Something Already (Tusti) 8
83. So Much Big Love (Ferriri) Featuring Veronica Berti - "CD 6" Incanto 14 8
84. Soldiers in Love (Kanio) 8
85. Mama (Bishio) 8
86. I Want to Live Like This (Danzi) 8
87. Santa Lucy (Italian Folk Song) 8
88. Funikuri · Funikra (Denza) 8
89. Bico's (Darudoro) 9
90. Come to the Sea (Italian Folk Songs) 9
91. Granada (Lara) 9
92. It Was About 10 in May (Costa) 9
93. Marequiare (Tusti) 9
94. I Am Still Asleep (Author Unknown) 9
95. Wild Garden (De Cruis) 9
96. Pulitinella (Tarantella) 9
97. Amapola - "CD 7" Rare Sound Source Collection 12 9
98. Return to Sorrento 9
99. My Beloved Person 10
100. Guapparia (Califano) 10
101. You Are All in My Heart - Kiki Opera "The Country of Smile" (Rejar) 10
102. I Love You So Much (De Cortis) 10
103. Pe ' Na Canzone (Sergio Cirillo / Antonio Cascone) 10
104. O. Sole · Mio 10
105. When I Fall Asleep (List) 10
106. You Something Already (Tusti) 10
107. The Lamb of God (Bizet) 10
108. I Believe

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The Bocelli phenomenon, supported by huge sales of 90 million records, is unstoppable. Now six of his landmark ‘Classical’ albums have been newly remastered alongside a seventh album of rarities and outtakes, including never before released material. All 7 albums are also being made available together for the first time in one deluxe and limited edition boxed set

ANDREA BOCELLI – a modern but old fashioned tenor

Andrea Bocelli is blessed with timbre as recognizable as a signature, full and powerful, with a versatility ranging from the belcanto to the furore of verismo, from the sacred repertoire to popular ballads; and possesses an extraordinary and unique sensibility which transforms and transcends boundaries, causing him to excel in his interpretation of the lyrics, in his perception of the subtleties of musical expression.
His first “classical” recording (1997) entitled Viaggio Italiano was a Caterina Caselli Sugar project undertaken with the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra: spanning Puccini to Schubert, Verdi to Donizzetti. 1998 saw the release of Aria – The Opera Album, with the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino directed by Gianandrea Noseda. The dawn of the new millennium, was marked by a recording of Sacred Arias with the Orchestra and Choir of the National Academy of Saint Cecilia conducted by Myung-Whun Chung : a project which remains one of his most shining artistic productions and the best-selling classical album ever released by a solo artist.

Under the baton of Zubin Mehta, the start of the millennium celebrated the release of the Verdi album and in the autumn of 2002 Andrea Bocelli combined his energies with those of Lorin Maazel, with whom he undertook a very special recording project: Sentimento, a collection of romantic pieces by composers such as Tosti, Denza and Gastaldon, arranged for the orchestra by M° Maazel, who also accompanied Bocelli on violin. The project was an enormous success earning Andrea a double nomination at the 2003 “Classical Brit Awards”, where he won both “Album of the Year” and “Best-Selling Classical Album of the Year”. Similarly, in 2008, a new album Incanto was a sell-out success.

“I don’t think one decides to become a singer: It is decided for you by the reactions of the people around you.” ANDREA BOCELLI

“The more I immerse myself in singing the less I understand, I only know that God has given me a voice which allows me to express what I feel, and in this sense I believe I can describe it as a recognizable voice.” ANDREA BOCELLI

“Andrea is an operatic tenor with a voice of rare beauty. His sense of romance and melody goes beyond the very essence of Rodolfo the bohemian.” FRANCO CORELLI