Amour [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - Sharon Mawer
It was strange that this album should be released by EMI in the middle of February. Subtitled The Voice of Romance, Amour was the debut album by classical crossover's brightest young hope don't they have a lot in that genre?, but it was released too late for Valentine's Day and EMI should have known that this sort of material really only sold well at Christmastime. Katherine Jenkins knew that, and timed her releases accordingly. With Natasha Marsh having been touted as the next big thing, Amour was a mixture of standard classical works and film music sung in a style suited to a soprano. The classical pieces included Satie's "Gymnopedie No.1," in which Marsh did not ...
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All Music Guide - Sharon Mawer
It was strange that this album should be released by EMI in the middle of February. Subtitled The Voice of Romance, Amour was the debut album by classical crossover's brightest young hope don't they have a lot in that genre?, but it was released too late for Valentine's Day and EMI should have known that this sort of material really only sold well at Christmastime. Katherine Jenkins knew that, and timed her releases accordingly. With Natasha Marsh having been touted as the next big thing, Amour was a mixture of standard classical works and film music sung in a style suited to a soprano. The classical pieces included Satie's "Gymnopedie No.1," in which Marsh did not actually sing any words but warbled up and down the scale, as she also did on final track "Vocalise," Delibes' "Les Filles de Cadix," and Verdi's "Si un Jour," which was used in the film Jean de Florette and was therefore a crossover between the two genres. From the film world she also included "Ai Giochi Addio" from Romeo and Juliet and "Mi Mancherai" from Il Postino. Amour also featured Natasha Marsh's soprano voice on the contemporary pop songs "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" and "He Moves, and Eyes Follow," which she turned into operatic arias not suiting the songs, and "Autumn Leaves," which was one of the highlights of the album, beautifully sung. [This edition of Amour included bonus tracks.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/15/2007
  • Label: Toshiba Emi Japan
  • EAN: 4988006856479
  • Catalog Number: 70302

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Si un Jour
  2. 2 Gymnopedie No. 1
  3. 3 Ebben? Ne Andro Lontano
  4. 4 Ai Giochi Addio
  5. 5 Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes), for voice & piano
  6. 6 Mi Mancherai
  7. 7 Chanson d'amour, song for voice & piano in F major, Op. 27/1
  8. 8 He Moves, and Eyes Follow, for voice & piano
  9. 9 The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (La Prima Volta), song
  10. 10 Et Misericordia
  11. 11 La Delaissado
  12. 12 Pur ti Miro
  13. 13 Les Filles de Cadix, bolero for voice & piano (or orchestra)
  14. 14 Vocalise, song for voice & piano, Op. 34/14
  15. 15 Somewhere
  16. 16 Brindisi
  17. 17 I Will Follow (Etupika)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Natasha Marsh Primary Artist, Vocals
London Symphony Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Craig Leon Conductor
Michael Francis Conductor
David Parson Lute
Ian On Awi Watson Bandoneon
John Parricelli Guitar
Bernard Robertson Piano, Harpsichord
John Alley Piano
Jan E. Watson Bandoneon
Timothy Hugh Cello, Soloist
Technical Credits
Joseph Canteloube Arranger
Craig Leon Arranger, Producer
Simon Rhodes Engineer
Andrew Dudman Engineer
Steven "The Kid" Howard Management
Andrew Walter Mastering
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