A Night in Tuscany

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A Night in Tuscany
Bocelli A Night In Tuscany.jpg
Directed by David Amphlett
Starring Andrea Bocelli
Distributed by Philips
Release date
  • 10 November 1998 (1998-11-10)
Running time
86 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

A Night in Tuscany is the first DVD released by Italian singer Andrea Bocelli of a concert held in his native Tuscany, in 1997, highlighting the unique blend of Classical, Pop, and traditional Italian songs that made him a crossover success as an internationally acclaimed tenor. The concert takes place at the Piazza dei Cavalieri in Pisa. Bocelli performs two opera duets with soprano Nuccia Focile during the concert, before singing Miserere with Italian rock star Zucchero, who discovered him, and Time To Say Goodbye with English soprano Sarah Brightman.[1]

The concert was also Bocelli's first PBS Special part of the In The Spotlight series, designed to promote his breakthrough album, Romanza. It also marked as his debut to the American audiences.

The DVD was certified double platinum in the US by the Recording Industry Association of America.[2]

Program[edit]

  1. Introduction
  2. Setting The Stage
  3. Nessun Dorma
  4. La Donna e Mobile
  5. Lamento di Federico
  6. E Luceane le Selle
  7. Interview with Andrea
  8. O Soave Fanicullia (duet with Nuccia Focile)
  9. Brindisi (duet with Nuccia Focile)
  10. Andrea and his family
  11. Torna a Surriento
  12. Santa Lucia Luntana
  13. O Sole Mio
  14. Andrea in the studio
  15. Vivo Por Ella (duet with Martha Sanchez)
  16. Con Te Patiro
  17. Romanza
  18. E Choive
  19. Voglio Restare Cosi
  20. Caruso
  21. Il Mare Calmo Della Serra
  22. Miserere (duet with Zucchero)
  23. Time To Say Goodbye (duet with Sarah Brightman)
  24. Closing Credits