Tuscan Skies ~ Andrea Bocelli ~ (2001)

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Bocelli performs ten songs around a loose structure. After the hurly-burly of a metropolitan concert, he longs for the quiet of his rural seaside home in Tuscany. He returns, singing on ... See full summary »

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Roberto Tozzi ...
Young Andrea's father
Sabrina Paravicini ...
Mysterious Woman {Mascagni}
Alessandro Coari ...
Male Lover {Mille Lune Mille Onde} (as Allesandro Coari)
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Female Lover {Mille Lune Mille Onde}
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Bocelli performs ten songs around a loose structure. After the hurly-burly of a metropolitan concert, he longs for the quiet of his rural seaside home in Tuscany. He returns, singing on location; as he sings, he remembers his childhood, particularly his relationship with his playful and attentive father and his joy around horses. He also recalls or imagines an afternoon of lovemaking in an isolated villa. Time in the studio recording "L'Abitudine" with Helena and time at home with his two sons round out this portrait of a native son. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Good if a little disappointing
1 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I like Andrea Bocelli, I find him passionate and moving and I think he has a beautiful, distinctive tone to his voice. Having loved his other DVDs especially A Night in Tuscany(to me one of the most memorable concert DVDs I've seen), perhaps my expectations were a little too high, I was a little disappointed with Tuscan Skies. Nothing about it is bad, just that I liked his other DVDs better. The music is wonderful, with the standouts being L'Abitudine and E Sara' A Settembre, Bocelli sings absolutely beautifully throughout as do the likes of Helena Hellwig, I loved the footage of Bocelli getting ready for each performance, they were interesting and showed that he was as much of a pleasure to speak to as well as to listen to and the sceneries and images are spectacular. However, I do agree about the sound, the music and singing are appropriately vivid but marred by background noises such as the horses neighing, inevitable perhaps but distracting. Another problem was that here I didn't get much of an emotional connection in the way I did watching Night in Tuscany for example, the structure of the DVD and images read more of a slide-show which while the images were wonderful to watch detracted from the emotional impact it could have had. Also, while not as problematic, there are a couple of images showing human relationship that seemed as though they were trying too hard to give any sort of emotional depth. This was especially true of the male model holding the baby. All in all, pleasant enough but not quite on par with Bocelli's other DVDs. Worth watching for the music, sceneries and Bocelli's voice, but anyone looking for a genuine sense of atmosphere and emotional connection may find themselves underwhelmed. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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