Amalfi – Sarah Brightman Love Songs

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Amalfi – Sarah Brightman Love Songs
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Compilation album by Sarah Brightman

July 8, 2009 (2009-07-08) Japan

Recorded =
Genre Pop/Classical Crossover
Length 66:11
Label EMI Music Japan
Producer Frank Peterson
Sarah Brightman chronology
Symphony: Live in Vienna
(2009)Symphony: Live in Vienna2009
Amalfi – Sarah Brightman Love Songs

Amalfi – Sarah Brightman Love Songs (2009) is a compilation album by English soprano Sarah Brightman; it was released in conjunction with the Japanese film Amalfi: Rewards of the Goddess. This movie features an appearance and performance by Brightman, and is a special production marking Fuji Television's 50th anniversary. This is the first Japanese movie to be shot entirely on location in Italy. With tracks selected by Brightman, the album contains new photos/artwork and was released on July 8, 2009 exclusively in Japan.[1][2] It was Japan's best-selling classical album of 2009 and won at the 24th Japan Gold Disc Awards for Best Classical Album of the Year.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Time to Say Goodbye (solo version) – from Classics
  2. La Wally – from Timeless
  3. Il Mio Cuore Va – from Eden
  4. O Mio Babbino Caro – from Classics
  5. Anytime, Anywhere – from Eden
  6. Attesa – from Symphony
  7. Lascia ch'io pianga – from Eden
  8. Nella Fantasia – from Eden
  9. La Luna – from La Luna
  10. Solo Con Te – from La Luna
  11. Ave Maria – from Classics
  12. Until The End Of Time – from Harem
  13. Storia D’Amore – from Symphony
  14. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring – from A Winter Symphony
  15. La Califfa – from La Luna
  16. Serenade – from La Luna
  17. How Fair This Place – from La Luna
  18. Amazing Grace – from A Winter Symphony
  19. Nessun Dorma – from Eden


Amalfi debuted in the top 30 in Japan. It entered the chart at #25 and landed at #24 in the second week. In the third week on chart the album peaked at #11 selling 10,488 copies.[4][5][6]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (2016) Peak
Japanese Albums (Oricon)[7] 11


Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Japan (RIAJ)[8] Gold 100,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone


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