Great Performances: Season 36, Episode 3

Vivere: Andrea Bocelli Live in Tuscany (1 Dec. 2007)

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Bravissimo Bocelli!
6 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Having loved Andrea Bocelli's DVDs and being someone who finds his voice beautiful and distinctive, I loved Vivere Live in Tuscany. The location is stunning, and the whole concert even with occasional lack of sharpness in the picture quality is beautifully photographed. The music is typically glorious, and that's not just The Prayer, performed in a moving duet with Bocelli and Heather Headley(though I just prefer Celine Dion on the One Night in Central Park DVD), but also Con Te Partirt, Canto Della Terra, Vivere, Romanza, Vivo Per Lei and Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody Number 2. Bocelli still has the beautiful voice, and his presence is passionate and moving. His guest stars are just as good, not just Headley but also the enigmatic pianist Lang Lang, Sarah Brightman, Chris Botti and Laura Pausini.

All in all, perhaps not my absolute favourite of Bocelli's DVDs(A Night in Tuscany) but still a hit with me. 10/10 Bethany Cox

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