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    Sarah Brightman & Kadim Al Sahir - The War is Over( المملكة المغربية)HD

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    "The War is Over" (featuring Iraqi singer Kadim Al Sahir and English violinist Nigel Kennedy)
    Nume naștere Sarah Brightman
    Data și locul nașterii 14 august 1960 (53 de ani)
    Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, Anglia
    Origine Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, Anglia
    Gen muzical Crossover clasic, pop opera
    Ocupație Cântăreață, actriță, dansatoare
    Tipul de voce Soprană
    Ani de activitate 1976 - prezent
    Case de discuri A&M Records (1993)
    East West Records (1995-1997)
    Angel Records/EMI (1998-2007)
    Manhattan Records/EMI (2008-Prezent)
    Interpretare cu Hot Gossip, Andrea Bocelli, Amelia Brightman
    Website www.sarah-brightman.com

    Album Track listing

    "Harem" – 5:45 (cover of "Canção do Mar" by Amália Rodrigues and Dulce Pontes)
    "What a Wonderful World" – 3:40 (originally sung by Louis Armstrong)
    "It's a Beautiful Day" – 3:56 (adapted from the Un Bel Di Vedremo aria from Giacomo Puccini's Madama Butterfly) (Cover of "Ein Schöner Tag" by Schiller)
    "What You Never Know" – 3:24
    "The Journey Home" – 4:56 (cover of song from Bombay Dreams by A.R.Rahman)
    "Free" – 3:45
    "Mysterious Days" – 5:17 (featuring Israeli singer Ofra Haza)
    "The War is Over" (featuring Iraqi singer Kadim Al Sahir and English violinist Nigel Kennedy) – 5:15
    "Misere Mei" – 0:54 (from Gregorio Allegri's "Miserere")
    "Beautiful" – 4:35 (cover of "Beautiful" by Mandalay)
    "Arabian Nights: Scimitar Moon/Voyage/Promise/Hamesha/Alone" – 8:50 (featuring Natacha Atlas)
    "Stranger in Paradise" – 4:27 (adapted from Alexander Borodin's Polovetsian Dances)
    "Until the End of Time" – 4:32

    Her 2003 album Harem represented another departure: a Middle Eastern-themed album influenced by dance music. On Harem, Brightman collaborated with artists such as Ofra Haza and Iraqi singer Kazem al-Saher. Nigel Kennedy contributed violin tracks to the songs "Free" and "The War is Over", and Jaz Coleman contributed arrangements.
    The album peaked at No. 29 on the Billboard 200 charts,No. 1 on the Billboard Classical Crossover chart, No. 1 on the Swedish Album Chart, and yielded a No. 1 dance/club single with the remix of the title track. Some time later, another single from the album (the ballad "Free", cowritten with Sophie B. Hawkins) became a second Top-10 hit on this chart. A year later of the album's release, Harem was referred as a multi-million seller in EMI's annual music sales report.
    The albums Eden, La Luna and Harem were accompanied by live world tours which incorporated the theatricality of her stage origins. In both 2000 and 2001, Brightman was among the top 10 most popular British performers in the US, with concert sales grossing $7.2 million from 34 shows in 2000 and over $5 million from 21 shows in 2001. In 2004 the Harem tour grossed $60 million and sold 800,000 tickets