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Viaggio Italiano

Viaggio Italiano
Andrea Bocelli
Released 1996 (Italy),
1997 (Worldwide)
Recorded 1995
Genre Classical
Length 68min
Label Polygram International
Andrea Bocelli chronology

Bocelli
(1995)
''Viaggio Italiano
(1996)
Romanza
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Viaggio Italiano is Andrea Bocelli's third studio album and first classical album.

The album features some of the most popular opera arias and Neapolitan songs of all time, such as Nessun Dorma, O Sole Mio and la Donna è Mobile. Although released only in Italy in 1996, it sold close to 300,000 copies.[2] Bocelli later received the ECHO Klassik "Best seller of the year" award for the album, after its international release, in 1997.[3]

Track listing

  1. "Nessun dorma"
  2. "Lamento di Federico"
  3. "Ah, la paterna mano"
  4. "la Donna è Mobile"
  5. "Una furtiva lagrima"
  6. "Panis angelicus"
  7. "Ave Maria"
  8. "O Sole Mio"
  9. "Core 'ngrato"
  10. "Santa Lucia Luntana"
  11. "I te vurria vasa"
  12. "Tu, ca nun Chiagne"
  13. "Marenariello"
  14. "Piscatore 'e pusilleco"
  15. "Messaggio Bocelli"
  16. "Adeste fideles"

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