Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman Product Information
|Category||Rock/Pop, Rock, Classical, Pop, Easy Listening, New Age, Vocal, Classical Vocal Crossover, Contemporary Blues, Live Performances, Show Vocals, Romantic Period, Modern, Classical Period, Baroque Period, Opera, Greatest Hits Collections, Song, Symphony, Post-Romantic, Contemporary, Character Piece, Art Song, Etude, Folksong, Requiem, Comic Opera, Opera Seria|
Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman by Sarah Brightman was released Nov 20, 2001 on the EMI Angel label. Sure, she's as close as you can get to naked in the album artwork. Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman OK, so there's an insert hawking Sarah Brightman calendars, coffee mugs, and sweatshirts. Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman Yes, there's a fair amount of calculation likely in her pop-classical crossover. Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman That doesn't mean the lady can't sing like an angel. Before the embryo-with-pipes known as Charlotte Church came along, Brightman was THE pop-classical singer, whose supernatural pipes allowed her to appeal to both camps with equal verve. Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman contains a single disc. ...See Full Description
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Elements Featured On Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman CD
|Composers on Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman CD : ||Tomaso Albinoni, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Joseph Canteloube, Alfredo Catalani, Frederic Chopin, Antonin Dvorak, Eric Kaz / Linda Ronstadt, George Frideric Handel, Giacomo Puccini, Sergei Rachmaninov, Francesco Sartori, Franz Schubert, Francisco Tarrega, Andrew Lloyd Webber|
|Conductors on Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman CD : ||Paul Bateman|
|Genres on Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman CD : ||Art Song, Baroque Period, Character Piece, Classical Period, Comic Opera, Etude, Opera, Opera Seria, Requiem, Romantic Period, Song, Symphony|
|Performers on Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman CD : ||Sarah Brightman, Peter Murray, Michael Soltau, Peter Weihe|
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Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman Customer Reviews
||A classically blend of musical material|
Alot of the tracks have an etheral quality. I enjoy Sarah's version of WINTER LIGHT by Linda Ronstadt. I like the new and live versions of previously released songs and arias. Sarah's lyric soprano works well for the material. I would have thought that arias by Donzetti, Mozart ,Orff and other Puccini possibly material from REQUIEM or Gershwin, Bernstein, Douglas Moore, Meyerbeer, Delibe's LAKME, Verdi, Gilbert and Sullivan would have been included. Her single and live versions of Mozart's ALLELUIA and Donzetti's REGNAVA NEL SILENZIO do show off her coloratura technique as she did in Strouse's NIGHTINGALE and Llyod-Webber's PHANTOM OF HE OPERA. Bravissimo, Sarah.
By MichaelVersage (Batavia, New York USA)
|Worth Every Penny|
This album is solid from beginning to end. It is the perfect gift for anyone looking for something new to listen to.
By afroindian69 (New York)
||Something old, something new|
A good collection that won't disappoint Sarah fans. Nice to hear her do a cover of Ronstadt's "Winter Light." I was a bit taken aback by the CD artwork. Judging from Sarah's wardrobe (or in this case, lack thereof), she seems to be suffering from Mariah Carey syndrome.
By a reviewer (Nashville, TN)
||Sarah at her BEST!!!!!!!!!!|
Sarah uses her her magnificent voice by singing a variety of musical gendres. Equisit!
By farouk02382 (Whitman, Ma, USA)
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Classics: The Best of Sarah Brightman Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2329176|
|Release Date||Nov 20, 2001|
|Recording Time||54 minutes|