MP3 Gli Amorosi - Gli Amorosi
Passionate - exhilarating – inspirational. Experience Gli Amorosi''s unique fusion of soaring soprano and smooth lyric tenor in exciting new versions of 11 timeless ballads, classical pop, and songs from the great movies and musicals.
11 MP3 Songs in this album (49:51) !
Related styles: CLASSICAL: Contemporary, EASY LISTENING: Classical Pop
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Australasia''s most exciting popera duet Gli Amorosi have created a unique and entrancing sound in the world of contemporary vocal entertainment. Their fusion of soaring soprano with smooth lyric tenor, breathes new life into the world''s favourite romantic ballads, classic pop, and songs from the great movies, Broadway and West End.
Formed in 2006, Gli Amorosi have wowed audiences in Australia and are attracting much interest from Europe, Dubai and America.
Gli Amorosi are currently based on Australia''s vibrant Gold Coast. They are in demand at the top venues, and have thrilled and delighted audiences at Chevron Renaissance, Broadbeach Alliance, Sheraton Mirage and Spa, Budds Beach, Peppers Hidden Vale, and Ristorante Fellini at Marina Mirage. Hailed as Australia''s latest corporate sensation, their clients include Ferrari, Australia Post and Pegiva.
Gli Amorosi thrill the emotions and touch the soul of audiences everywhere. Fans worldwide have been inspired by their extraordinary combination of voices to write:
"Simply beautiful. I cannot think of anything else. It is like you are breathing music when you sing."
"Your harmonies are beyond words, just glorious to listen to."
"You make people smile and forget everything but the beauty of your music."
"Bravo!! Your voices send chills down my spine."
"Your voices are fantastic!"
"We had the great joy of listening to Gli Amorosi [and] were just blown away."
Gli Amorosi (''The Lovers'') are Alys Cordeaux and Jon Marshall. Singing since childhood, they completed their MusB Hons at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, in 2004.