Andrea Bocelli is one of the world's most successful male singers, selling 20 million recordings world-wide. He has become the popular face of classical music, best known for his smash hit duet "Time to Say Goodbye" with Sarah Brightman, and "Canto Della Terra", the official song of Euro 2000. Yet behind his extraordinary success lies a story of personal triumph. Andrea Bocelli was blinded at the age of twelve. Undeterred, he continued to pursue his childhood dream to sing, using Braille musical scores and lyric sheets. Bocelli's first CD, "Romanza", rocketed him to international stardom. This is Bocelli's true story, told in his own words for the first time. He talks frankly about his blindness, the importance of his family, his stage fright, and the pressures of international stardom. Bocelli wrote these memoirs himself on a special Braille computer, without using a ghostwriter or aid.
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