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  1. A Lover's Concerto

    A Lover's Concerto (1966)


    "A Lover's Concerto" is a pop song written by American songwriters Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell and recorded in 1965 by The Toys. Their version of the song was a major hit in both the United States and the UK during 1965. It peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at #2.

  2. A Question of Honour

    A Question of Honour (1995)


    "A Question of Honour" is a 1995 single by soprano Sarah Brightman, from her album Fly. It peaked at #15 on the German Singles Chart in the last week of 1995, even though it was released over five months earlier.

  3. All I Ask Of You

    All I Ask Of You (1992)


    "All I Ask of You" is a song from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical version of The Phantom of the Opera.

  4. Amigos Para Siempre

    Amigos Para Siempre


    "Amigos Para Siempre (Friends for Life)" or "Amics per sempre" is a song written for the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. The music was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The lyrics, written by Don Black, are in English, except for the title phrase which is repeated in English, Spanish and Catalan.

  5. Another Suitcase in Another Hall

    Another Suitcase in Another Hall (1992)


    "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" is a song from the musical Evita with lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The song was first a hit in the UK for Barbara Dickson in 1977. The B-side was the "Requiem for Evita", which had a slightly strange ending as it did not have "Oh What a Circus" to segue into.

  6. Any Dream Will Do

    Any Dream Will Do (1992)


    "Any Dream Will Do" is a popular song written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice for the 1968 musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It is generally the beginning and the concluding song of the musical, sung by the title character of Joseph.

  7. Anything But Lonely

    Anything But Lonely (1989)


    "Anything But Lonely" is a 1989 single by Sarah Brightman. The song is from the musical Aspects of Love. The music was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and the lyrics are credited to Don Black and Charles Hart. The single peaked at #79 in the UK charts.

  8. Captain Nemo

    Captain Nemo (1993)


    "Captain Nemo" is the debut single from Swedish band Dive (Chris Lancelot and Erik Holmberg), released in 1992.

  9. Con Te Partiró

    Con Te Partiró (1995)


    "Con te partirò" (literally meaning "With you I will leave") is an Italian song famously performed by Andrea Bocelli, who first sang it at the 1995 Sanremo Festival and recorded it on his album of the same year, Bocelli. Written by Francesco Sartori (music) and Lucio Quarantotto (lyrics), the single was first released as an A-side single with "Vivere" in 1995, topping the charts, first in France, where it became one of the best selling singles of all time, and then in Belgium, breaking the all-time record sales there.

  10. Deliver Me

    Deliver Me (1998)


    "Deliver Me" is a song originally released by The Beloved in 1996. In 1998, Sarah Brightman covered the song on her album Eden. It was a European only single. A second version was released as a charity single in aid of the 1999 Chi-Chi earthquake victims.

  11. Doretta's Dream

    Doretta's Dream


    "Doretta's Dream" is a 1987 single by Sarah Brightman. The song is based on the aria "Chi il bel sogno di Doretta" ("Doretta's Beautiful Dream") from Giacomo Puccini's opera La Rondine. New English lyrics were written by Charles Hart.

  12. Dust in the Wind

    Dust in the Wind (1998)


    "Dust in the Wind" is a song recorded by American progressive rock band Kansas and written by band member Kerry Livgren, first released on their 1977 album Point of Know Return.

  13. Eden

    Eden (1998)


    "Eden" is the third single from Belgian group Hooverphonic's album Blue Wonder Power Milk released in 1998 (see 1998 in music). The album peaked at 12 on the Belgian Music charts, charting for 13 weeks. The song also appeared on the soundtrack of I Still Know What You Did Last Summer.

  14. Everything's Alright

    Everything's Alright (1992)


    "Everything's Alright" is a song from the musical Jesus Christ Superstar by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. In the song, Mary Magdalene--along with the wives of the married apostles--comforts Jesus, while Judas and Jesus contend about the use of expensive ointment.

  15. Free

    Free (2003)


    "Free" is a song performed by English classical crossover soprano Sarah Brightman from her ninth studio album, Harem (2003). It was originally written in German by Matthias Meissner and Thomas Schwarz. The song was then re-written in English by Brightman in collaboration with Sophie B. Hawkins. The track was produced by Frank Peterson. It was released as the fourth and final single from Harem by Angel Records on 10 June 2003. The song contains prominent classical crossover and Middle Eastern pop musical characters. It is influenced by feelings of desperation and is lyrically about somebody who has lost somebody and is looking onto their relationship with somebody else.

  16. Gloomy Sunday

    Gloomy Sunday (2000)


    "Gloomy Sunday", also known as the "Hungarian Suicide Song", is a song composed by Hungarian pianist and composer Rezső Seress and published in 1933.

  17. Good Morning Starshine

    Good Morning Starshine (1990)


    "Good Morning Starshine" is a pop song from the musical Hair. It was a #3 hit in the United States in June 1969 for the singer Oliver.

  18. Harem

    Harem (2003)


    "Harem (Canção Do Mar)" was a single released by Classical cross-over artist Sarah Brightman on November 4, 2003 . This was the first single taken from her 2003 album of the same name. "Harem" ranked #1 on the Billboard dance/club charts. The original version of "Canção do Mar" was performed by Amália Rodrigues in 1955. The song would later be recorded by Valentina Félix on her album of the same name, and by Dulce Pontes for the 1996 movie Primal Fear, starring Richard Gere and the 2001 Disney movie Atlantis: The Lost Empire. There are at least five more versions of "Canção do Mar": "Oye Mar", by Chenoa, and a second version by Chayanne, "Elle tu l'aimes" by Hélène Ségara, "Das Ja Zum Leben", by Milva, and "Ftais esy" by Mando.

  19. Here with Me

    Here with Me (2000)


    "Here with Me" is a song written by singer Dido, and is first single released from her debut studio album, No Angel. The song was written about her now ex-boyfriend Bob Page. The single was released on June 8, 1999 in the United States, however, was not released in the UK until February 2001, and was the album's second british single, following the worldwide release of Thank You in December 2000. It peaked at number four in the UK Singles Chart, becoming her second top five single in a row, following "Stan", a collaboration with Eminem. The song was used as the theme music for the American television drama Roswell.

  20. Him



    "Him" is a 1983 single by Sarah Brightman. It peaked at #55 in the UK charts.

  21. How Can Heaven Love Me

    How Can Heaven Love Me (1995)


    "How Can Heaven Love Me" is a 1995 single by soprano Sarah Brightman and Chris Thompson, from her album Fly.

  22. I Lost My Heart To A Starship Trooper

    I Lost My Heart To A Starship Trooper (1978)


    "I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper", sometimes cited as "(I Lost My Heart to A) Starship Trooper", is a 1978 single written by Jeff Calvert and Max West of Typically Tropical and performed by Sarah Brightman and Hot Gossip. It is notable as the debut of the then teenage Brightman as a singer, and reached number six in the UK Singles Chart.

  23. Just Show Me How to Love You

    Just Show Me How to Love You (1997)


    "Tu Cosa Fai Stasera" is a song by Dario Baldan Bembo, Amerigo Cassella which came third in the 1981 the competition at the Sanremo Music Festival and later made famous by Sarah Brightman, under the title Just Show Me How to Love You, when translated into English.

  24. Masquerade

    Masquerade (1993)


    "Masquerade" is a song from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical The Phantom of the Opera. It is sung at the beginning of the second act where a New Year's masquerade ball is held at the Opera House. Several months have passed since the end of the first act and the cast and crew of the Opera House have heard nothing of the Phantom for that period of time, thus assuming that he had left them for good. The owners of the Opera, Andre and Firmin, are determined to celebrate this, as well as the "new chandelier" installed after the Phantom fell the last one (although this is changed to "our friends who are here" for the film, where the falling chandelier is moved until a later scene). Christine and Raoul also mention their secret engagement, each expressing doubt and that they need not be so silent about it.

  25. Meadowlark

    Meadowlark (1989)


    Meadowlark is a song from the musical The Baker's Wife, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. It has been performed by several famous Broadway singers such as Carole Demas, Patti LuPone, Betty Buckley, Liz Callaway, Alice Ripley, Susan Egan, Judy Kuhn, Julia Murney, and Sarah Brightman.

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