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Romanza by Andrea Bocelli – 20th Anniversary Edition

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November 18th 2016, world famous Tenor Andrea Bocelli will release a special 20th Anniversary Edition of his hit album ‘Romanza’ and to mark the occasion will also re-record versions of his timeless classic ‘Time To Say Goodbye’, which he famously performed with British Soprano Sarah Brightman at the final match of light-heavyweight boxing champion, Henry Maske.

Considered to be Andrea’s breakthrough album and the best-selling Italian album in the world, ‘Romanza’ has been re-mastered and boasts 3 bonus tracks including 2 brand new versions of the legendary ‘Time To Say Goodbye (Con Te Partirò)’ – a lush rendition for voice and orchestra and an intimate acoustic version with just piano accompaniment.

Commenting on the release Andrea says, “Twenty years, a generation, the time it takes to conceive a son and raise him to become a man. And yet Romanza seems not to shy away from the passing of time, to the point where in the tracks on the album I recognise, with a thrill and at times deep emotion, the clear reflection of what I was, but also of what I am, the adventure of my life at the time but also at this very moment. It has become the soundtrack of so many lives.”

Romanza: The 20th Anniversary Edition also includes stunning remastered versions of Andrea Bocelli’s all-time favourites ‘Vivere’, ‘Vivo Per Lei’, ‘Miserere’ and title track ‘Romanza’. He’s also re-recorded ‘Il Mare Calmo Della Sera’ – the beautiful title track from his debut studio album.

With over 80 million albums sold worldwide, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and audiences including three presidents of the United States and three popes, this special anniversary edition of ‘Romanza’ – the most celebrated album from the world’s most beloved tenor – is not to be missed.

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