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Download links and information about Dreamchaser by Sarah Brightman. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:04:57 minutes.

Artist: Sarah Brightman
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:04:57
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No. Title Length
1. Angel 5:32
2. One Day Like This 6:06
3. Glosoli 6:50
4. Symphony No. 3, Op. 36 "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs": II. Lento e largo - Tranquillissimo (Górecki) 5:39
5. B 612 4:50
6. Breathe Me 4:48
7. Ave Maria 5:48
8. Eperdu 5:07
9. A Song of India 3:26
10. Venus and Mars 4:26
11. Closer 8:15
12. Kaze No Torimichi 4:10



On her first studio album in five years, Sarah Brightman teams with producer Mike Hedges (U2, The Cure, Camilla Keslake) to craft an album of pop, rock, and classical songs linked by the theme of space travel. The Queen of Classical Crossover's crystalline vocals and flair for the theatrical serve her well here, whether she’s flying to soprano heights (“Angel”), surrounding herself with liturgical textures (“Ave Maria”), or riding the ripples of romantic pop (“Closer”). The scope of Dreamchaser’s material is impressive, ranging from the slowly unfolding grandeur of Sigur Ros’ “Glosoli” to the shimmering effervescence of The Cocteau Twins’ “Eperdu” and the arena-rock melodrama of Paul McCartney’s “Venus and Mars.” Brightman brings equal sensitivity to her versions of the exotic Rimsky-Korsakov piece “A Song of India” and Elbow’s orchestral rocker “One Day Like This.” “Kazi No Tormichi” deserves special mention for its ethereal delicacy. Hedges' production is both accessible and challenging, surrounding Brightman with lush strings, stately percussion, and electronica accents.