|Diva: The Singles Collection|
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|Released||US: 3 October 2006|
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|Diva: The Singles Collection|
Diva: The Singles Collection is a 2006 compilation album by Sarah Brightman. Alongside this album, Brightman released a DVD collection of her music videos on 3 October 2006 under the title of Diva: The Video Collection. The album marked the first time Brightman released a greatest hits album in the United States. It reached No. 1 on the Billboard Classical Crossover chart. In Japan, the album debuted and peaked at No. 2 with 77,000 copies sold on its first week of release, and became Japan's best-selling classical album of 2007. Subsequently, it was Japan's fifteenth best-selling international album of the 2000s decade.Diva was also the best-selling western album in South Korea in 2010, as it topped the international charts for 26 non-consecutive weeks. As of December 2013, it has been certified Quintuple Platinum in the country.
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- 'The Phantom of the Opera' (with Steve Harley) (Mike Batt, Charles Hart, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Richard Stilgoe) – 4:39
- 'Music of the Night' (Hart, Lloyd Webber, Stilgoe) – 5:25
- 'Pie Jesu' (with Paul Miles-Kingston) (Lloyd Webber) – 3:58
- 'Who Wants to Live Forever' (Brian May) – 3:56
- 'Tu Quieres Volver' (Tonino Baliardo, Maurice Baliardo, Jacques Baliardo, Jahloul Bouchikhi, Nicolas Reyes, André Reyes, Paul Reyes) – 3:49
- 'Just Show Me How to Love You' (with José Cura) (Baldan Bembo) – 4:00
- 'Deliver Me' (Helena Marsh, Jon Marsh) – 4:01
- 'Nella Fantasia' (Ennio Morricone) – 3:40
- 'Scarborough Fair' (Frank Peterson, Paul Simon) – 4:12
- 'A Whiter Shade of Pale' (Gary Brooker, Keith Reid) – 3:39
- 'It's a Beautiful Day' (Christopher von Deylen, Frank Peterson) – 3:58
- 'What You Never Know' (Stephan Moccio) – 3:25
- 'A Question of Honour' (Frank Peterson) – 5:18
- 'Time to Say Goodbye' (with Andrea Bocelli) (Peterson, Lucio Quarantotto, Francesco Sartori) – 4:06
- 'Il Mio Cuore Va (Japanese bonus track)'
- 'Sarahbande (Japanese bonus track)'
Sarah Brightman Diva The Singles Collection
- Mike Batt – Lyricist, Producer
- Andrea Bocelli – Vocals
- Sarah Brightman – Vocals, Lyricist, Producer, Executive Producer, Concept
- Gary Brooker – Lyricist
- A. Cassella – Lyricist
- Alex Christensen – Producer
- José Cura – Vocals
- Chiara Ferrau – Lyricist, Photography
- Simon Fowler – Photography
- Esther Haase – Photography
- Charles Hart – Lyricist
- Laisa – Lyricist
- Andrew Lloyd Webber – Lyricist, Producer
- Brian May – Lyricist
- Paul Miles-Kingston – Choir Master
- Stephan Moccio – Lyricist
- Ennio Morricone – Lyricist
- David R. Murray – Producer
- Frank Peterson – Lyricist, Producer, Executive Producer, Concept
- Quarantotto – Lyricist
- Keith Reid – Lyricist
- A. Gilberto Reyes – Lyricist
- Sartori – Lyricist
- Richard Stilgoe – Lyricist
- Christopher Von Deylen – Lyricist
- Ellen Von Unwerth – Photography
Charts and certifications
Sarah Brightman: Diva - The Video Collection Movie
|Japan Oricon Top Albums||2|
|New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)||10|
|US Billboard 200||100|
|US Top Classical Albums (Billboard)||1|
Sales and certifications
|Argentina (CAPIF)||2× Platinum||80,000^|
|Hong Kong (IFPI Hong Kong)||Platinum||20,000*|
|Japan (RIAJ)||2× Platinum||600,000|
|New Zealand (RMNZ)||Platinum||15,000^|
|South Korea (GAON)||5× Platinum||50,000*|
|Taiwan (RIT)||2× Platinum||40,000*|
^shipments figures based on certification alone
Where Is Sarah Brightman Now
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