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Il Mare Calmo Della Sera

Andrea Bocelli

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1
Il Mare Calmo Della Sera
Andrea Bocelli
4:34
2
Rapsodia
Andrea Bocelli
5:29
3
Ave Maria No Morro
Andrea Bocelli
4:21
4
Vivere
Andrea Bocelli; Gerardina Trovato
4:01
5
La Luna Che Non C'E
Andrea Bocelli
4:30
6
Caruso
Andrea Bocelli
5:17
7
Miserere
Andrea Bocelli
4:13
8
Panis Angelicus
Andrea Bocelli
3:52
9
Ah, La Paterna Mano
Andrea Bocelli
4:03
10
E Lucean Le Stelle (Tosca)
Andrea Bocelli
3:14
11
La Fleur Que Tu M'Avais Jetee (Carmen)
Andrea Bocelli
4:24
12
L'Anima Ho Stanca (Adriana Lecouvreur)
Andrea Bocelli
2:22
13
Sogno
Andrea Bocelli
3:00
Total Playing Time    53:20
Andrea Bocelli's debut, released in 1994, includes the title track which has become one of his most popular songs. With selections from operas including Carmen, Tosca and MacBeth mixed with popular tunes, this album cast the mold for Bocelli's career and paved the way for his phenomenal crossover success in the worlds of classical and pop.
96 kHz / 24-bit* PCM – Sugar Srl Studio Masters

*44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit.

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