In late 2016, Pausini was also confirmed as a judge on the second series of La banda. The song's exposure extended to the United States when Univision acquired the telenovela and began its broadcast of La madrastra in March 2005. Resta in ascolto is Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini's eighth studio album released by Warner Music on 22 October 2004. Internationally, she has won four awards at the Viña del Mar International Song Festival, three Lo Nuestro Awards, four Latin Grammy Awards, a Billboard Latin Music Award, and six World Music Awards. In January 2005, Pausini started a new tour to promote the album. [146], Pausini spent the first months of 2008 recording her tenth studio album, Primavera in anticipo / Primavera anticipada. colonna della cgd anni settanta, fu compagno di mina e partner di renzo arbore a. [153] In 2010 Pausini also won the Lo Nuestro Award for Female Artist of the Year. [77] During the event, she performed a cover of John Lennon's "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" and the song "Il mondo che vorrei". [113] In February 1997 she was also invited as a guest to the Viña del Mar International Song Festival in Chile. Escucha is its Latin Grammy Awards and Grammy Award-winning Spanish language equivalent released for the hispanophone market making her the first and only Italian female to receive such award. [160] The new edition includes a duet with Thalía in "Sino a ti", a new version of "Entre tu y mil mares", featuring Melendi, and a re-recording of "Donde quedo solo yo", performed with Alex Ubago. Die Single wurde ein Radio- und Verkaufserfolg. A new version of the album was released in November 2014 for the hispanophone market. Cerruti è l'inconfondibile voce narrante degli Squallor, presente in moltissime canzoni tra cui 38 luglio. After competing in local singing contests, Pausini signed her first recording contract. It also includes the Biagio Antonacci-written ballad "Vivimi", whose Spanish-language version, "Viveme", won a Billboard Latin Music Award in 2006 for Female Latin Pop Airplay Song of the Year,[120] and the single "Benedetta passione", penned by Italian rock-star Vasco Rossi. [205] La mia sorpresa è stata di poter rivedere questo film visto ormai tanti anni fa' . [91] Pavarotti and Pausini duetted in the Italian version of the aria "Dein ist mein ganzes Herz", titled "Tu che m'hai preso il cuor", from Franz Lehár's operetta Das Land des Lächelns. 3 Personen fanden diese Informationen hilfreich. Other singles from the album include the title-track "Le cose che vivi", whose Spanish-language version topped the Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart,[74] "Ascolta il tuo cuore", "Seamisai" and "Dos enamorados", which was not released in its Italian-language version. [175], On 26 February 2013, in order to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her career, Pausini released a medley including the original versions in Italian, Spanish and English of the song which launched her career in 1993, "La solitudine". [45] The record became the best-selling album of 1994 in Spain,[56][57] where it was later certified diamond by the Association of Phonographic and Videographic of Spain for sales exceeding one million units. [1] Il giorno successivo al suo decesso, all'interno del programma Blob su Rai 3 gli viene dedicato un breve frammento commemorativo dal titolo "Ciao Alfredo". Dal 1970 è direttore artistico della casa discografica CBS (nel 1972 diventa produttore esclusivo) dove lavorerà fino al 1976, anno in cui passerà alla CGD, in cui rimane per sei anni. [60] [49] The single launched Pausini's second studio album, Laura, released in February 1994. [3][4][5] Her self titled debut album was released in Italy on 23 April 1993[6] and later became an international success, selling two million copies worldwide. On 19 May 2020, through her social networks, she announces that the Fan Club Party to be held on 5 September is cancelled, due to the Italian Government's decision to cancel all live concerts through October 2020 due to the ongoing pandemic state in Italy by the Coronavirus. The Spanish language edition of the album was released on 11 November 2008,[147] while the Italian language edition was released in Italy on 14 November 2008. Wir verwenden Cookies und ähnliche Tools, um Ihr Einkaufserlebnis zu verbessern, um unsere Dienste anzubieten, um zu verstehen, wie die Kunden unsere Dienste nutzen, damit wir Verbesserungen vornehmen können, und um Werbung anzuzeigen. [38] [23] During one of the auditions, she met Fabrizio Giannini of Warner Music Italy's Compagnia Generale del Disco. [61] Thanks to these results, Billboard ranked Pausini the second female revelation of 1994, after Mariah Carey. ... Dall’album Pompa (1977) in poi, in cui appare per la prima volta nella canzone Famiglia cristiana, in tutti gli album successivi avrà una traccia dedicata attraverso una telefonata a suo padre proveniente dalle località del mondo più disparate. Bitte versuchen Sie es erneut. [1] Characterized by adult themes, references to sex, political incorrectness, and vulgarity, in spite of no live activity and radio ostracism, they got an immediate commercial success. Maturità e poi tourneé. [172] [23] During the same year, she took part in another singing competition, Sanremo Famosi, which should have served as a selection for the newcomers' of the following Sanremo Music Festival. di. The song "Troppo tempo" was originally chosen as the sixth and last single of the album, but when Pausini discovered her pregnancy she changed her mind to "Celeste". Pausini performed it for the first time on 23 February 1993, during the first semifinal of the contest. Juli 2011 "Bitte wiederholen" IT Import. To promote the album, Pausini began in early 1999 the La Mia Risposta World Tour '99, during which she performed in theatres throughout Europe. The song ranked third in the competition, behind Aleandro Baldi's "Passerà" and Giorgio Faletti's "Signor tenente",[46] and became a hit in Italy,[47] in the Netherlands[48] and in Flanders. [167] The European leg of her tour visited the principle arenas of France, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, and concluded at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Varie tendenze. [130], Pausini made a guest appearance on Michael Bublé's 2005 live album Caught in the Act, singing a duet with Bublé of Lou Rawls' hit "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine". [50] It also peaked at number one on the Dutch Albums Chart and entered the charts in Belgium and Switzerland,[51] selling three million copies worldwide[8] and achieving gold and platinum status in Brazil and Argentina, respectively. L'Orchestra Filarmonica protagonista in Vaticano", "Ambra vortice erotico a Vina del Mar. On 27 November 2012, a special edition of Inedito, in both Italian and Spanish, was released, featuring a live DVD recorded during the 2012 Inedito World Tour. [31] Il film è in formato 4:3 ma con barre sopra e sotto, quindi quello che vedrete sullo schermo è un piccolo francobollo con colori impastati e risoluzione penosa. On 1 June 2013 Pausini took part in the Chime for Change concert at Twickenham Stadium in London, supporting the global campaign of the same name for girls' and women's empowerment. [119] [127] Its Spanish version later won Best Female Pop Vocal Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2005[128] and Best Latin Pop Album at the 48th Grammy Awards,[17] making Pausini the first Italian female artist to win a Grammy Award. La carriera di produttore discografico di Alfredo Cerruti inizia nel 1962 nella società Edizioni Adriatica. [134] On the album liner notes, Pausini wrote: “Io Si (Seen)” was created for the Netflix feature film “The Life Ahead” and is campaigning for contention at the 93rd Academy Awards[220]. [11][12] Her sole English-language album of original songs, From the Inside, was released in 2002, but failed to satisfy commercial expectations both in North America and in the rest of the world. [43][44] Other singles from the album were "Gente", "Lui non sta con te" and "Lettera". [69] Both the album and the single obtained a very poor commercial reception, failing to enter the charts in the United Kingdom. Alfredo Cerruti (Darsteller), Daniele Pace (Darsteller), Ciro Ippolito (Regisseur) & Alterseinstufung: Nicht geprüft Format: DVD. Starting from that moment, Pausini has recorded most of her songs both in her native language and in Spanish, in a practice that, according to Allmusic's Jason Birchmeier, has "come to define her career and compound her success". [4] Scompare il 18 ottobre 2020 a 78 anni. [223][224] Due to her voice, Pausini has been compared by music critics to various female artists, including Milva,[225] Celine Dion,[226][227] Mariah Carey[227] and Barbra Streisand. Consiglio. [53] In 1994 she was also awarded with her second Telegatto, receiving the prize for Best Female Artist. [213][214], In Spring 2018, Laura Pausini also appeared as a judge on the third series of Spanish talent show Factor X,[215] which was won by Pol Granch, one of the contestants she mentored as part of the Boys category. This version was included in El disc de La Marató 2014, a compilation album related to the telethon organized by Catalan channel TV3, with the purpose to raise money against cardiovascular diseases. [13], In 2004, Allmusic's Jason Birchmeier considered Pausini's sales "an impressive feat for someone who'd never really broken into the lucrative English–language market". In September 2006, following a year of praise and formal recognition—particularly from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences—Warner Music released special edition CD+DVDs of Escucha in Argentina and the United States. [119], The album features the song "Mi abbandono a te", co-written by Pausini, Rick Nowels and Madonna. DVD 5,35 € Weitere Versionen auf DVD, Import: Edition Disks Preis Neu ab Gebraucht ab DVD, Import 6. Dopo una così brillante serie di visioni e nel vano tentativo di mettere qualcosa su carta, lo scrittore pensa bene di spararsi e in una maniera tanto insolita, da fare notizia. Released in Canada, Mexico and the United States by Atlantic Records on 5 November 2002, the album did not get the expected success, selling 50,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen-Soundscan. Der Artikel ist in folgender Variante leider nicht verfügbar, Alfredo Cerruti, Daniele Pace, Giancarlo Bigazzi, Nuccia Fumo, Marisa Laurito, Italienisch (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Nicht qualifiziert (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo). The album was also promoted through an Italian outdoor tour during the summer of 1993. During the concert she gave in Milan on 2 December 2001 as part of the tour, Pausini also recorded her first live video album, titled Live 2001-2002 World Tour and released on 30 November 2002. Maturità e poi tournee: Son studiosa e devota", "Vent'anni di Laura Pausini, una storia speciale", "Stasera Laura su Raiuno. In order to promote the album, Pausini engaged the Inedito World Tour, starting with 11 shows in Italy in late December 2011. Laura Pausini OMRI (Italian: [ˈlaura pauˈziːni]; born 16 May 1974) is an Italian singer-songwriter, record producer and television personality. 1. [5] [163] [90] The album also spawned the singles "Non c'è" and "Perché non torna più". Prime-Mitglieder genießen Zugang zu schnellem und kostenlosem Versand, tausenden Filmen und Serienepisoden mit Prime Video und vielen weiteren exklusiven Vorteilen. [8] During the same year, she released her first Spanish-language album, Laura Pausini, composed of ten adapted songs originally included in her previous works. [83] It was Pausini's first international tour, during which she gave concerts in indoor arenas for the first time. In 2006, she also became the first Italian female artist to win a Grammy Award,[16] receiving the accolade for Best Latin Pop Album for the record Escucha. Her new studio album, Fatti sentire, will be released on 16 March 2018, both in its Italian-language version and in its Spanish-language counterpart, titled Hazte sentir. [14] FIMI certified Pausini's sales of more than 70 million records with a FIMI Icon Award.[15]. I really believe in God, and the Pope is the man that I most want to meet again in the world. [237], Although Pausini is mainly a melodic pop singer,[238][239][240] her musical style evolved during her career, with influences from various genres, including Latin music,[241] soul music[10][86] and rock music. Her first live performance was on 16 May 1985, when she sang together with her father in a restaurant in Bologna. [230][231][232] She was also strongly criticized for her songs, described as too melancholic[233] and trivial. In 2012 Pausini also recorded an Italian-language duet with Josh Groban, "E ti prometterò", included in his album All That Echoes, released in February 2013. [209] [189][190], On 13 November 2014, Pausini was the first artist to be inducted in the newly created Paseo de las Estrellas in Tijuana, Mexico. 5/16/1974) Laura Pausini Photos (2) Laura Pausini's Relationships (3) Alfredo Cerruti Jr. Music - Producer. [23], "La solitudine" was selected as one of the entries in the newcomer artists' section of the 43rd Sanremo Music Festival. [84] Ovviamente parliamo di un film che per l'epoca (metà degli anni 80) era ancora troppo di nicchia per farsi capire ai più. [76], In December 1996, Pausini was among the artists singing for Pope John Paul II during the Natale in Vaticano concert, a Christmas show held at the Paul VI Audience Hall. ", Ti ho conosciuto in un clubs/La risata triste,, Voci con template Bio e LuogoMorte assente su Wikidata, licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo. [23] Valsiglio suggested to her "La solitudine", a song he wrote with Pietro Cremonesi and Federico Cavalli. A Spanish-language version of the album, titled Entre tú y mil mares, was released shortly before the Italian-language edition, on 11 September 2000. Saranno famosi, anzi lo sono. The first single from the album, "Benvenuto" / "Bienvenido", was released on 12 September 2011. [92] [1] In 1984 they wrote and starred in the low budget comedy Arrapaho, loosely inspired by their album with the same name, which was a surprise hit at the box office and achieved some cult status. Hinzufügen war nicht erfolgreich. [136] It debuted at number one on the Italian Albums Chart and held the top spot for 8 non-consecutive weeks. In October 2020, Pausini released “Io Si (Seen),” which was written in collaboration with Diane Warren and Niccolò Agliardi[218]. [196], In August 2015, Pausini co-wrote the song "Como yo sabría", with fellow Italian singer-songwriter Virginio Simonelli. Altre visioni passano come su di uno schermo nell'immaginazione del poco estroso scrittore, ivi compresa la scenetta che si svolge in un mercato d'Oriente, in cui un certo Giuda, gestore di un ristorante a prezzo fisso, ha a che fare con un personaggio dai capelli biondo-rossastri, specialista nel riempire ceste su ceste di pani e di pesci. [212] "Nadie ha dicho" premiered in the United States with a performance during the Lo Nuestro Awards gala on 22 February 2018, which were co-hosted by Pausini herself. Pausini's rendition convinced Valsiglio and Marati, who wanted Pausini to audition for some major labels. Ancora con Santoro nel 1990 prende parte alla trasmissione Il caso Sanremo, condotta anch'essa da Renzo Arbore assieme a Lino Banfi, Michele Mirabella e Massimo Catalano, in cui Cerruti e Santoro interpretano i due giudici a latere. Zugelassene Drittanbieter verwenden diese Tools auch in Verbindung mit der Anzeige von Werbung durch uns. In August of the same year, during the last night of the Festivalbar, she received the International Award for the success she achieved abroad. Characterized by adult themes, references to sex, political incorrectness, and vulgarity, in spite of no live activity and radio ostracism, they got an immediate commercial success. [4] The album is mainly focused on themes of anger, bitterness,[3] desire for independence[5] and interior peace,[4] but also features a song about the Iraq War, in which Pausini sings about Ali Ismail Abbas, a boy who was severely injured in a nighttime rocket attack near Baghdad in 2003. In un documentario rivivono i padri del rock demenziale",, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 19 October 2020, at 13:27. [3], "Chiedi chi erano gli Squallor. At the 9th Lo Nuestro Awards for Latin Music, Pausini was nominated for Pop Female Singer and Video of the Year for the Spanish-language version of "Le cose che vivi". Worldwide sales of Pausini's debut studio album exceed two million units. [178], In November 2013, Pausini also released a greatest hits album, titled 20 – The Greatest Hits in Italian and 20 – Grandes éxitos in Spanish. [98] [34][95] The song was included in the album Tra te e il mare, released on 11 September 2000 and preceded by the homonymous single, written by Italian pop singer Biagio Antonacci. It also includes the ballad "Vivimi" / "Viveme", written by Biagio Antonacci, and the single "Benedetta passione" / "Bendecida pasión", penned by Italian rock-star Vasco Rossi. [133], In November 2006, Pausini released the album Io canto / Yo canto, consisting of covers of Italian pop rock songs. Nach dem Album Le cose da difendere (2002), das von Dado Parisini und Alfredo Cerruti produziert wurde, brachte Nek 2003 sein erstes Best-of L’anno zero heraus. The concert will be held to help women suffering from domestic violence. [54] In the meanwhile, she started an Italian tour to promote her album. [199] The first single from the album, "Lato destro del cuore"—"Lado derecho del corazón" in Spanish—was written by Biagio Antonacci. [7], Its follow-up, Laura, was released in 1994 and confirmed her international success, selling three million copies worldwide. During the same year, she continued her tour, which reached Australia and Russia. [140][141] Later on during the show she sang "Vivere (Dare to Live)" alongside Italian singer Andrea Bocelli. The album's title-track, after being released as its second single, was chosen as the opening song of the third season of Italian TV series Braccialetti rossi. [185][186] The concert she gave in Taormina, featuring several guests, was conceived as the first Italian "one woman show", and it was broadcast by Rai Uno in May 2014. [78] Resta in ascolto is Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini's eighth studio album released by Warner Music on 22 October 2004. [135], The album also features duets with Tiziano Ferro, Juanes and Johnny Hallyday. The special editions feature previously unreleased bonus tracks presented in music video form. [211] The single was performed during the final night of the 68th Sanremo Music Festival, where Pausini appeared as a special guest. State lontano da questo DVD anche se siete fan sfegatati degli Squallor! [137] It also became the best-selling album of 2006 in Italy, selling 500,000 copies in less than two months. The album was preceded by the single "Invece no" / "En cambio no", released on 24 October 2008[149] and promoted with an appearance in Piazza Trinità dei Monti in Rome on 14 November 2008. 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Squallor (also spelled as Gli Squallor) were an Italian comedy music group, active between 1973 and 1994. [109], In 2003 Luciano Pavarotti invited her for the second time to the "Pavarotti and Friends" concert, where they duetted again in "Tu che m'hai preso il cuor". 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[106] The album also includes the single "Una storia che vale" and features guest appearances by Brazilian singer Gilberto Gil in "Seamisai"[107] and by Italian singer Nek, who plays bass in "Non c'è". [242] In 2001, David Cazares of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel described Pausini's music as "an assortment of glossy and sentimental pop ballads backed by light rock instrumentation and synthesized strings". [197] Escucha features “Víveme”, theme song of the highly successful Mexican telenovela La madrastra (2005). The lead single from the album, "Un'emergenza d'amore", was released in September 1998,[88] and was followed by "In assenza di te" and "La mia risposta", the latter being performed during the Festivalbar in 1999.[89]. The album was recorded while Pausini was still a high school student[34] at the "Gaetano Ballardini" Institute of Ceramics in Faenza, Italy,[35] where she got her diploma a few months after the release of her debut studio set. Her Pausini Stadi Tour 2016 included concerts at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, and at the Stadio della Vittoria in Bari. The album singles "Surrender" and "If That's Love" reached the top spot on the Hot Dance Club Songs Chart,[115] but Pausini, disappointed at her English-language debut being ignored in the U.S. outside the club scene, abandoned the promotion for From the Inside due to her label promoting it as a dance album instead of a pop album as she requested. The second and third legs of the tour consisted of shows in Latin America and Europe, respectively, and concluded in October 2016. [27] In 1991 she participated in the Castrocaro Music Festival singing Liza Minnelli's "New York, New York", but she failed to reach the final stage of the competition. She is currently engaged with the Italian guitarist, composer, music producer and former singer Paolo Carta. [55], During the same year, Pausini released her first Spanish-language album, Laura Pausini, a compilation of ten adapted versions of hits from her previous albums, issued by Dro Records. 2005 erschien das nächste Studioalbum Una parte di me und mit dem Lied Lascia che io sia gewann Nek in diesem Jahr Festivalbar. Alfredo Cerruti has died at 78. In the meanwhile, she also started singing in a church choir. The Spanish-language version of the album, Similares, received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album. Released by CGD Records in May 1993,[20] it reached the sixth position on the Italian Musica e dischi albums chart,[37] selling 400,000 copies in Italy. México. Wählen Sie eine Sprache für Ihren Einkauf. Pausini’s music video for “Io Si (Seen)” also features the film’s star, Sophia Loren[221]. [110][111], In 2001, Pausini started working with producers such as Patrick Leonard and John Shanks[112] on her first English-language album, From the Inside. [177] [249][250] On 15 September 2012, Pausini confirmed through her official Facebook page that she was expecting her first child with her partner Paolo Carta. [143], On 2 June 2007, Laura Pausini was the first female artist to play at the San Siro Stadium in Milan,[144] in front of a crowd of 70,000 spectators. [114] Laura Pausini is described as a mezzo-soprano[222] with a classic and powerful voice. 5 Personen fanden diese Informationen hilfreich. [58], The album was successful in Latin America too, being certified platinum by the Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers,[44] the Asociación Colombiana de Productores de Fonogramas[59] and the Chilean division of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. On 1 March 1997, she launched from Geneva the World Wide Tour in support of the album, giving concerts in Italy, Switzerland,[80] Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal,[81] Spain,[82] France,[83] as well as in the United States,[63] Canada and many American countries, including Venezuela, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay, Colombia and Mexico. 4 Personen fanden diese Informationen hilfreich. Zero sconfitto, rovesciati i pronostici", "IL DIARIO Sanremo da serie B meglio voltar pagina", "Laura Pausini – From the Inside – Recensione", "Lluís Llach presenta durante cinco noches su nuevo disco en el Centro Cultural de la Villa", "La Pausini canta i versi di Madre Teresa", "I guai della celebrità: pettegolezzi, bugie e persino la contro-propaganda di una radio Pausini, la favorita: Vincere non conta, ma mi piace che la gente canti quello che canto io", "Nelle stanze di Laura. Pausini recorded the song in five languages[219]. [109] – Commander Order of Merit of the Italian Republic: Awarded the third highest civil honour in Italy, by President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi on 6 February 2006. [187] [191] Originally announced on 5 October 2019, she will perform a concert titled "Pausini BeMe" as part of the annual Fan Club (LPFC) party to be held on 5 September 2020 to celebrate the 25th years of the Fan Club inauguration. The album, produced by Patrick Williams and recorded with his orchestra, was launched with a performance at Disneyland Paris.

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