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Recorded and filmed in 2011 over the span of two nights, Live at El Morro, Puerto Rico features 13 Yanni favorites like "Nightingale," "The Rain Must Fall," "End of August," "Ode to Humanity," "Voyage," and "Felista," performed with a full orchestra at the historic 16th century Castillo San Felipe Del Morro in San Juan.

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Amazing!

Saw him on this tour the most amazing music composer in my opinion alongside Prince.

Beautiful!

The experience that night is one to remember for a lifetime, it completely changed my life.

Yanni live at el morro,Puerto Rico

Is the best album of Yanni, I realy liked :)

Biography

Born: November 14, 1954 in Kalamata, Greece

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Of the artists who rose to popularity as part of the new age music boom of the 1980s and '90s, few (if any) enjoyed greater or more lasting success than Yanni. Composing and performing instrumental music with a pronounced sense of drama, dynamics, and romanticism, Yanni broke through to a significantly larger audience than his peers, thanks to adult alternative radio airplay and a commanding performance style that attracted fans through frequent appearances on public television as well as world-wide...
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