Internationally renowned, beloved Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli releases breathtaking new album, Believe, celebrating the power of music to soothe the soul. It follows his record-breaking ‘Music for Hope’ performance at Easter from Milan’s historic Duomo cathedral. Features classic favorites, a previously unreleased track from late Italian composer, Ennio Morricone, plus Gratia Plena (from acclaimed film Fatima), duets with Alison Krauss and Cecilia Bartoli, and interpretations of Ave Maria and Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah

Internationally renowned, beloved Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli releases breathtaking new album, Believe, celebrating the power of music to soothe the soul. It follows his record-breaking ‘Music for Hope’ performance at Easter from Milan’s historic Duomo cathedral. Features classic favorites, a previously unreleased track from late Italian composer, Ennio Morricone, plus Gratia Plena (from acclaimed film Fatima), duets with Alison Krauss and Cecilia Bartoli, and interpretations of Ave Maria and Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah

602435066332
Believe

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Format: CD
Label: DECCA
Rel. Date: 11/13/2020
UPC: 602435066332

Believe
Artist: Andrea Bocelli
Format: CD
New: Available 13.99
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DISC: 1

1. YOU’LL NEVER WALK ALONE
2. FRATELLO SOLE SORELLA LUNA (DOLCE Č SENTIRE)
3. HALLELUJAH
4. PIANISSIMO duet with Cecilia Bartoli
5. AMAZING GRACE duet with Alison Krauss
6. PREGHIERA (ALLA MENTE CONFUSA)
7. GRATIA PLENA (from the movie “Fatima”)
8. CANTIQUE DE JEAN RACINE
9. INNO SUSSURATO
10. OH, MADRE BENEDETTA! (ADAGIO DI ALBINONI)
11. I BELIEVE duet with Cecilia Bartoli
12. AVE MARIA
13. ANGELE DEI
14. AGNUS DEI

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Internationally renowned, beloved Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli releases breathtaking new album, Believe, celebrating the power of music to soothe the soul. It follows his record-breaking ‘Music for Hope’ performance at Easter from Milan’s historic Duomo cathedral. Features classic favorites, a previously unreleased track from late Italian composer, Ennio Morricone, plus Gratia Plena (from acclaimed film Fatima), duets with Alison Krauss and Cecilia Bartoli, and interpretations of Ave Maria and Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah