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Credo: John Paul II

Credo: John Paul II
Directed by Alberto Michelin
Produced by Caterina Caselli
Starring Andrea Bocelli
Distributed by Warner Music[1]
Release date(s) July 6, 2006[1]
Running time 63 minutes
Country Italy
Language English, Italian

Credo: John Paul II is the fourth DVD released by Italian tenor, Andrea Bocelli, celebrating the life of pope John Paul II.[2][3]

Throughout the DVD, Bocelli sings, in the background, songs from his 1999 album Sacred Arias.


The DVD contains footage of highlights of John Paul II's pontificate, his spiritual heritage, his most significant meetings with heads of states, but also his contact with people from all over the world, from the day of his election to his funeral.

Track listing

  1. Ave Verum Corpus, K.618 - Mozart
  2. Ave Maria - Caccini/Mercurio
  3. Sancta Maria - Mascagni, Arr. Mercurio
  4. Ave Maria (Arr. Bach's Prelude No.1Bwv 846) - Bach/Gounod
  5. Panis Angelicus - Franck, Orch. Michelot
  6. Domine Deus (Petite Messe Solennelle-Gloria) - Rossini
  7. Pietà,Signore - Niedermeyer, Arr. Reynolds
  8. Gloria a Te Cristo Gesù (the Hymn of the Great Jubilee)
  9. Proteggimi - Orch. Serio/Sartori - F.Sartori/L.Quartotto
  10. Frondi tenere...Ombra mai fu (Serse/Act 1) - Händel
  11. Mille cherubini in coro - Schubert, Arr. Mercurio
  12. Ingemisco (Messa da Requiem) - Verdi
  13. Ave Maria "Ellens Gesang III,D839" - Schubert, Orch. Weingartner
  14. Agnus Dei - Bizet, Arr. Guiraud
  15. Cujus Animam Gementem (Stabat Mater) - Rossini
  16. I Believe - Levi
  17. Adeste Fideles (O come, all ye faithful) - Trad. Arr. Mercurio


External links

  • Sugar Music
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