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Sarah Brightman HYMN IN CONCERT Released Today!

The day has finally arrived! The stunning film, Sarah Brightman HYMN IN CONCERT (full theatrical version) is out today on DVD, Blu Ray, Digital and Deluxe Special Edition! BUY LINK

Filmed in the enchanting Ludwigs Festspielhaus at the foot of the Bavarian Alps in Germany, SARAH BRIGHTMAN: HYMN IN CONCERT is a hybrid of musical film, opera and concert and features beloved favourites and selections from her beautiful album, HYMN. Accompanied by her band, a 40-piece orchestra, a 50-voice choir and dancers the show also includes stunning performances by guest artists including Japanese superstar Yoshiki, Vincent Niclo, Mario Frangoulis and Narcis Ianau.

The DVD and Blu-ray bonus features include exclusive behind the scenes footage, interviews and breathtaking photo galleries to enjoy … and the Deluxe Edition includes a 15-track audio CD from the film!

Collect these incredible items and watch favourite performances again and again!

DVD/Blu Ray Tracklisting:

ACT 1

Gothica
Fleurs Du Mal
Stranger In Paradise
Carpe Diem feat. Mario Frangoulis
Anytime Anywhere
Gia Nel Seno (La Storia Di Lucrezia)
Misere Mei
Beautiful
Follow Me
Figlio Perduto
Who Wants To Live Forever
Tu Che M’Hai Preso Il Cuor
Miracle (Sarah’s Version) feat. Yoshiki

ACT 2

Hymn Overture
Hymn
Sogni feat. Vincent Niclo
There For Me feat. Vincent Niclo
Better Is One Day
Canto Per Noi
Pie Jesu feat. Narcis
Fly To Paradise
Time To Say Goodbye
Masquerade
Phantom Of The Opera feat. Mario Frangoulis
Sky And Sand

Extras:

Hymn In Concert – Behind The Scenes
Hymn The Album Production
Hymn Track By Track Review
Photo Slideshow

CD Tracklisting: (Deluxe Special Edition)

Fleur Du Mal
Anytime, Anywhere
Gia Nel Seno
Follow Me
Figlio Perduto
Tu Che M’Hai Preso Il Cuor
Miracle (feat. Yoshiki)
Hymn
Sogni (feat. Vincent Niclo)
Better Is One Day
Canto Per Noi
Pie Jesu (feat. Narcis)
Fly To Paradise
Time To Say Goodbye
Sky And Sand

Film Produced by Sarah Brightman and Frank Peterson
Film Directed by Gerd F. Schultze