con te partirò pavarotti
Do you know a YouTube video for this track? A new version of Last.fm is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site.  By February of the following year, the single had broken the all-time sales record in Germany with 1.65 million sales, and would eventually get certified 11x Gold for selling over 2,750,000 copies.  As of 1999, it has sold over 221,000 units in the United States. The song has been sampled or interpolated in the following: Although the song is most associated with sporting events, it has featured frequently in film and television and is a favourite concert item.  It remained in the top 30 for another two months, helped by steady radio airplay on BBC Radio 2, which was overtaking Radio 1 in popularity with an MOR-orientated playlist. " After Sarah Brightman released her version of the song, Larry Flick from Billboard stated that she "has one of the truly glorious voices in musical theater". Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. "Con te partirò" (Italian: [kon ˈte ppartiˈrɔ]; "With You I Shall Leave") is an Italian song written by Francesco Sartori (music) and Lucio Quarantotto (lyrics). Bocelli and Brightman have performed the duet together publicly several times including Bocelli's "Statue of Liberty concert" held in New York City, and "Live in Tuscany" concerts. Leave feedback, Luciano Pavarotti (12 October 1935 - 6 September 2007), an Italian tenor, was one of the most famous singers of the past century, not only in the world of. , The song's original single release by Polydor Records was not commercially successful in Italy, and received little radio airplay there. , Music & Media wrote about the song: "The Benelux triumph of poppy tenor Andrea Bocelli continues with this excellent seasonal anthem, which wisely leaves the singers classically trained voice in the spotlight. , The song's original single release by Polydor Records was not commercially successful in Italy, and received little radio airplay there. SoundCloud. "Con te partirò" (Italian: [kon ˈte partiˈrɔ]; "With You I Shall Leave") is an Italian song written by Francesco Sartori (music) and Lucio Quarantotto (lyrics). Bocelli and Brightman performed the song to open the match, and it was used again during Maske's exit. , The match took place on 23 November 1996, pitting Maske against American Virgil Hill, and drew a television broadcast audience of over 21 million. Titled: "time to say goodbye to Gabe". Bocelli and Brightman performed the song to open the match, and it was used again during Maske's exit. Quando sei lontana Sogna all'orizzonte E mancan le parole E io si lo so Che sei con me, con me Tu mia luna tu sei qui con me Mio sole tu sei qui con me, con me Con me, con me Both singers' albums also received a boost in sales. He was born in Modena to the family of a baker. , The duet was included on Brightman's 1997 album Timeless, re-titled as Time to Say Goodbye in the U.S. with the song itself moved to the start of the album. , "Time to Say Goodbye" reached number two on the UK Singles Chart upon its release there in May 1997, and was certified Gold. , By December, the "Time to Say Goodbye" single, released on East West, had reached number one on the German singles chart, with sales estimated at 40,000–60,000 per day and projected for at least one million by the end of the year. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.  Her version also peaked at number two in Spain singles charts and number three in Spain Radio chart.  It remained in the top 30 for another two months, helped by steady radio airplay on BBC Radio 2, which was overtaking Radio 1 in popularity with an MOR-orientated playlist. , *sales figures based on certification alone^shipments figures based on certification alone, "I Will Go with You (Con te partirò)", is a dance version performed by American singer Donna Summer, which went to number one on the US dance chart. Official music from Sarah Brightman Genre Classical Pop … Elsewhere, however, it was a massive hit. Under all three versions, the song is considered Bocelli's signature song.
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