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Divo - Il Divo at the Coliseum
     

Il Divo - Il Divo at the Coliseum

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Il Divo is back: Four of the greatest voices in the world return to DVD with this five-song set from one of the world's most breathtaking arenas -- the Roman coliseum situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Pula, Croatia. The beautifully shot performance includes renditions of "Amazing Grace," "The Power of Love," "Hallelujah," "The Winner Takes It All," and

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Il Divo is back: Four of the greatest voices in the world return to DVD with this five-song set from one of the world's most breathtaking arenas -- the Roman coliseum situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Pula, Croatia. The beautifully shot performance includes renditions of "Amazing Grace," "The Power of Love," "Hallelujah," "The Winner Takes It All," and "Adagio." Included on the DVD is an interview, "The Promise -- Il Divo in Conversation."

Product Details

Release Date:
11/08/2011
UPC:
0886979812093
Original Release:
2008
Source:
Sony
Region Code:
0
Time:
0:53:00
Sales rank:
8,103

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Divo: Il Divo at the Coliseum
2. Amazing Grace [4:58]
3. The Power Of Love (La Fuerza Mayor) [5:23]
4. Hallelujah (Aleluya) [3:47]
5. The Winner Takes It All (Va Todo Al Ganador) [4:10]
6. Adagio [6:53]
1. The Last Five Years [6:37]
2. Touring [4:54]
3. Recording "The Promise" [5:22]
4. The Songs [9:35]
5. The Future For Il Divo [3:13]

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Il Divo - Il Divo at the Coliseum 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
ArleneIN More than 1 year ago
Always a great pleasure but this one out did the previous. Thank you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is by far the best version I have ever heard. The bag pipes are AWESOME.
tigressone More than 1 year ago
The Roman ruins in Pula form a wonderful backdrop for the performance of four men who are individually world-class in talent, but together transcend into the sublime.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was surprised to find that of the two best selections, Amazing Grace and Adagio, only Adagio credited the composer. The absence of the name of Author and Composer John Newton as the Author and Composer of Amazing Grace appeared to be an anti-religious bias. Then, when I realized that one word had been changed, I had a greater understanding of the bias. I was disappointed that there were no sub-titles supplied for all songs. Since I am in an English-speaking country, English subtitles would have been appreciated.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No Music, just talk talk talk. I bought this to have as background music for our Christmas. Would like to get my mney back. The only reason I even gave it a one star is that the guys are so cute.
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