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Placido Domingo - Amore Infinito (2008)

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01 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Canto del Sole Inesauribile
02 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Madre
03 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Libertà
04 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Anima Nell'Anima
05 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - La Tua Semplicità
06 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - La Coscienza
07 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Palabras
08 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Risuona Anima Mia
09 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Gratitude
10 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - A Mother's Wonderment
11 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Love
12 - Plácido Domingo, Amore Infinito - Amore Glorificato

Plácido Domingo - Tenor
Kevin Axt - Bass, Guitar
Gregg Bissonette - Drums
Andrea Bocelli 	- Tenor 
Jorge Calandrelli - Piano, Synthesizer
George Doering - Guitar
Placido Domingo, Jr. - 	Tenor 
Bruce Dukov - Violin
Gregg Field - Drums
Gary Foster - Clarinet
Rebecca Gilliver - Cello
Daniel Greco - Percussion
Josh Groban - Vocals
Katherine Jenkins - Mezzo-Soprano 
Steve Kujala - Flute, Pan Flute, Penny Whistle
Michael Lang - Piano
Warren Luening - Trumpet
Tom Rainier - Piano
Vanessa Williams – Vocals
Los Angeles Children's Chorus
London Symphony Orchestra
Nick Ingman, Jorge Calandrelli

 

One of the most beloved spiritual leaders of the modern era, Pope John Paul II was not only a humanitarian and theologian, but an artist and author. In his pre-Papal life as Karol Wojtyła, the holy man wrote plays, essays, and, most notably, poetry. Considering that John Paul II was known as the “people’s Pope,” it makes sense that his work should be interpreted by another figure with populist leanings, the great tenor Placido Domingo, who consistently brought classical music to non-traditional audiences. As such, much of the music here is of a very accessible nature. “La Tua Semplicita” is a duet that employs a sweeping, cinematic orchestral arrangement, while the gentle, Domingo-composed “Gratitude” pairs the opera great with R&B crooner Vanessa Williams and features Irish penny whistle. Throughout, Domingo attempts to capture both the simple truth and faith-based zeal that characterized Pope John Paul II’s literary work. ---Rovi

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