Bocelli, Andrea-Night In Tuscany, A (1997)

Bocelli, Andrea-Night In Tuscany, A
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Director: David Amphlett
Actors: Zucchero, Andrea Bocelli, Sarah Brightman, Nuccia Focile

On a warm September night, Andrea Bocelli came home to Tuscany to sing to the people of the ancient city of Pisa. The Piazza dei Cavalieri was the historic setting for this momentous outdoor event. Singing an assortment of classical and popular ballads, Andrea is joined on stage for duets by Nuccia Focile, Sarah Brightman and Zucchero.

Status: LongWait
Run time: 87mins
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Audio Formats: English Linear PCM 48/16 2.0 surround-encoded
Subtitles: French

Member Reviews (8)

I loved this dvd of Andrea, he a superb entertainer and excellent voice and is duets with others
Posted Saturday, 29 October 2011 See my other reviews
Sylvia B.
a really enjoyable disc
Posted Thursday, 3 January 2008 See my other reviews
Sidney W.
The most beautiful voice I have ever heard
Posted Tuesday, 14 August 2007 See my other reviews
Jack K.
Presented as a collection of opera arias and modern pop, this production in general, and Bocelli in particular, succeeds wonderfully well. Staged in a beautifully lit Pisa square, an appreciative audience warms to celebrated music sung by a superstar tenor whose mellifluous voice has ample emotional pull. In addition there’s views of Tuscany, footage of the Bocelli family and Andrea discussing his art, and several duets that include Italian pop star Zucchero, soprano Nuccia Focile and crossover celebrity Sarah Brightman. My only complaint is not having the option of English subtitles to flesh out the Italian meanings, but who cares when such a moving atmosphere of romance and beauty is created?
Posted Friday, 29 June 2007 See my other reviews
Marie K.
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Jamie N.
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Jason Gibbard
Posted Friday, 17 June 2005 See my other reviews
Peter T Ho
A. Bocelli is a very versatile singer, be operadic or popular music. A very memorable and enjoyable program with some excellent duets, enjoyed very much the one "time to say good-bye" .
Posted Tuesday, 2 November 2004 See my other reviews
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