13 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sarah Brightman’s first studio album in five years is an eclectic collection of beautifully orchestrated anthems, thrilling pop songs and operatic arias. “Sogni”, based on Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers’ Duet and sung alongside French tenor Vincent Niclo, shows her extraordinary vocal range, while the power ballad “Fly to Paradise”, written by choral music guru Eric Whitacre, reveals Brightman’s extraordinary ability to cross all musical boundaries. Japanese composer YOSHIKI’s “Miracle (Sarah’s Version)” is a surging epic for choir, full orchestra and soprano, and the album appropriately bids farewell with a stirring version of Brightman’s smash hit “Time to Say Goodbye”, recorded in English here for the first time.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sarah Brightman’s first studio album in five years is an eclectic collection of beautifully orchestrated anthems, thrilling pop songs and operatic arias. “Sogni”, based on Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers’ Duet and sung alongside French tenor Vincent Niclo, shows her extraordinary vocal range, while the power ballad “Fly to Paradise”, written by choral music guru Eric Whitacre, reveals Brightman’s extraordinary ability to cross all musical boundaries. Japanese composer YOSHIKI’s “Miracle (Sarah’s Version)” is a surging epic for choir, full orchestra and soprano, and the album appropriately bids farewell with a stirring version of Brightman’s smash hit “Time to Say Goodbye”, recorded in English here for the first time.

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