Feb 062011
 

from VIVERE: THE BEST OF ANDREA BOCELLI

written by  David Foster & Walter Afanasieff – lyrics by Andrea Bocelli & Eugenio Finardi

“The Best Of Andrea Bocelli – Vivere” is a compilation album released in the fall of 2007. The album includes all the most loved hits of the Italian superstar tenor plus five new composition.  Among the songs are staples like “ Time To Say Goodbye (Con Te Partirò),” Continue reading »

Dec 202009
 

From MY CHRISTMAS

Written by Mel Tormè & Robert Wells

Andrea Bocelli’s “My Christmas” is going to be the most successful holiday-themed album of 2009 and one of the year’s best sellers. Again, the partnership with David Foster has brought the Italian tenor massive worldwide aclaim.
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Aug 092009
 

From AMORE

Written by Mogol & Aldo Donati

Released in January of 2006, “Amore” marked another collaboration between Italian classical/pop superstar Andrea Bocelli and David Foster. This new release was a collection of some of the world’s most celebrated love songs including “Besame Mucho,” “L’Appuntamento” and “Les Feuilles Mortes.“ Continue reading »

Jan 252009
 

From ITALIA
Written by David Foster, Chris Botti & Lorenzo Cherubini

Chris Botti is probably the hottest names in contemporary jazz today. This talented American trumpet player/composer started his career in the late eighties as studio musician and eventually had his shot to fame, ten years later, when he joined Sting’s band. Continue reading »

Jan 202008
 

From CIELI DI TOSCANA
Written by Lyrics: Lucio Quarantotto & Claudio Corradini – Music: Francesco Sartori & David Foster

“The Prayer” was the first collaboration between David Foster and Italian superstar Andrea Bocelli. Written by Foster with Carol Bayer Sager, it was originally sung as a solo in Italian by Bocelli and in English by Céliné Dion for the soundtrack of the 1999 animated movie “Quest for Camelot.” Later, both artists would release it as a duet on personal albums. The beautiful melody and haunting lyrics have made the song an international standard. “ Continue reading »