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Katherine Jenkins – “Le Cose Che Sei Per Me (The Things You Are To Me)”

Lyrics:

Le cose che tu sei tu sei per me
Sono cosi tante che
Contarle non potrei non ci riuscirei
Perché sei l’mmerensità

Sei la canzone che riuonerà
Nel vento che l’estate porterà
La meraviglia ed il mistero che
Mi ta vedere te in tutto quell che c’è

Dipingerei lassù nel gran cielo blu
Tutto quello che sei tu
Disegnerei di te un segno etemo che
Mostrasse cosa sei per me

Sei la canzone che riuonerà
Nel vento che l’estate porterà
La meraviglia ed il mistero che
Mi ta vedere te in tutto quell che c’è

Di notte a volte io temo che tu sia
Frutto della fantasia
Ma d’improvvisopoi io mi sveglio e sei
Se li stretta accanto a me
Io ti vedo accarto a me

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“Le Cose Che Sei Per Me (The Things You Are To Me)” is a song composed by Rolf Løvland (from Secret Garden) and then with lyrics by Giuseppe Fulcheri. It was published in Katherine Jenkins album “Rejoice” in 2007.

The original composition by Rolf Løvland and the Secret Garden was called “Song from a Secret Garden” and included in the album Songs from a Secret Garden released in 1996.

Secret Garden is an Irish-Norwegian band specialized in new instrumental music, led by the duo consisting of Irish violinist and singer Fionnuala Sherry and Norwegian composer, arranger and pianist Rolf Løvland.

The group came to fame when they won the 1995 Eurovision Song Contest, representing Norway with the composition “Nocturne”. In the course of a partnership lasting over 25 years, they have sold millions of albums worldwide, many of which went platinum in numerous countries.

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Lyrics English translation:

The things that you are, that you are to me
Are so many that
I cannot count them, I cannot succeed at that
Because you are immensity

You are the song that will resound
In the wind that summer will bring
The wonder and the mystery that
Cause me to see you in all that is

I would paint up there in the great blue sky
All that you are
I would draw an eternal sign of you
That would show what you are to me

You are the song that will resound
In the wind that summer will bring
The wonder and the mystery that
Cause me to see you in all that is

Sometimes at night I fear you are
A figment of my imagination

But then suddenly I awaken and you,
You’re there close beside me
I see you next to me

“Song from a Secret Garden” (Piano Solo sheet music)

Katherine Jenkins

(official source)

Welsh Superstar Mezzo Soprano Katherine Jenkins OBE officially became the world’s most successful Classical singer last year after she was crowned ’The Biggest Selling Classical Artist of the Century’ by Classic FM. She further cemented her title by gaining her 14th Number 1 Album – smashing the record books since signing to Universal Classics at the tender age of 22.

Then a school teacher, Katherine burst onto the music scene in 2003 when she performed at Westminster Cathedral in honour of Pope John Paul II’s Silver Jubilee, became the talisman for her much beloved Welsh rugby team, singing the anthem before important international matches & had her debut performance at the Sydney Opera House.

Awards and accolades followed as well as invitations to sing for Popes, Presidents and Princes. Jenkins is a firm favourite of the British royal family having been invited to sing ‘God save the Queen’ at Her Majesty’s diamond jubilee, perform at The Queen’s Coronation concerts at Buckingham palace and more recently at Her Majesty’s 90th birthday celebrations at Windsor castle.

Jenkins has earned her ‘National Treasure’ status not only through her dedication to her music, but because of her massive charitable efforts. She is a global patron of The Wilderness Foundation (conservation) as well as being an ambassador for Prince William’s TUSK Trust.

She is an ambassador for cancer charity Macmillan, Grief Encounter (Children’s charity dealing with the loss of a parent or sibling) and is a trustee of the British Forces Foundation (she has travelled to Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Cyprus & Northern Ireland to entertain the troops and was presented with an OBE by HRH Prince of Wales in 2013 as a result). Katherine sits on the arts advisory board of the Nehru Centre which encourages artistic development between India and the UK and is an ambassador for Number 10s GREAT campaign.

Katherine Jenkins spent 2020 creating free ‘at home’ performances to boost morale and bring people together virtually during the pandemic. She performed 25 ‘lockdown live’ concerts every Saturday night to millions of people, performed a VE Day BBC concert from a deserted Buckingham Palace as well as a highly publicized ‘Behind Closed Doors’ concert at the Royal Albert Hall – a first in the iconic venue’s 150 year history.

Born in South Wales, Katherine learned to sing as a chorister of St. David’s Church choir, Neath. Her love of music was well nurtured in the Welsh Valleys, where she had the opportunity to join choral groups, perform with Welsh Male Voice Choirs as well as participate in Eisteddfods and other musical events. She has always accredited her down to earth nature to her Welsh roots and her amazing family. Sadly, Katherine’s father Selwyn passed away when she was just 15 and since then his memory has been the driving force in her life. Every album, every award is dedicated to him.

Within months of graduating from the Royal Academy of music, Katherine signed the ‘biggest recording deal in UK classical music history’ and released her debut album ‘Premiere’, which became her first classical number one album. 6 months later, her second album, ’Second Nature’ also reached number 1 and went on to earn Katherine her first Classic BRIT Award for best album in 2005. The following year brought Katherine her second Classic BRIT award ‘Album of the Year’ for ‘Living A Dream’.

Sold out tours followed, as did performances and recordings with Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli, José Carreras, David Foster, Dame Kiri te Kanawa, Sir Bryn Terfel, Rolando Villazon, Juan Diego Florez, Valery Gergiev, Il Divo, Kylie Minogue & Michael Bolton.

Not afraid of stepping outside her comfort zone, Katherine has appeared as a mentor in ITV’s ‘Popstar to Operastar’, played the role of Abigail in the BBC’s iconic Dr Who Christmas special, tap danced her way through ‘Viva la Diva’ with Prima ballerina Darcey Bussell as well as, most notably, winning 2nd place in the U.S. hit TV show ‘Dancing with the Stars’ in 2012. After years as a guest performer, Katherine was delighted to officially join the BBC‘Songs of Praise’ family as a regular presenter of the weekly religious program.

2017 saw Jenkins’s debut on the West End stage playing Julie Jordan in Carousel with English National Opera at the London Coliseum, her performance earning her rave reviews from both the British and International press. Her next acting role and her film debut came in ‘Minamata’ alongside Johnny Depp and Bill Nighy, a movie scheduled for release in late 2021 for which Katherine also lends her voice to Ryuichi Sakamoto’s score. She will also appear in ‘Dream Horse’ – a true Welsh story where Katherine plays herself.

After clocking up her 14th number one album with ‘Cinema Paradiso’, Katherine ended her year with her ‘Christmas Spectacular’- a fully fledged Christmas musical film created by Jenkins with the aim of spreading some festive cheer. Katherine is scheduled to be performing in America, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan, Dubai and the UK this year.

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