The album was praised by the majority of music critics, and fans as well. The album's lead single was "Por Lo Que Reste De Vida", a romantic ballad written by Ricky Montaner. In the pop chart, published by Monitor Latino, the song peaked at #1. Judy Cantor-Navas of Rhapsody also gave a favorable review, mentioning that "the ballad "Por Lo Que Reste de Vida" spotlights a stripped-down Thalia, starting with a spare arrangement with voice and piano with musical drama following as the track quickly crescendos to a passionate, full-band climax". Lv 4. The song Amore mio was written by Camillo Felgen, Carlo Rustichelli, Pietro Germi and Alfredo Giannetti and was first released by Britt Hagen in 1960. He also mentioned that "the spoken word that introduces "Tú Puedes Ser" frames one of the most uplifting and sincere performances on the disc".[7]. Also, through the project, it will be possible to optimize the image of EU agricultural products outside the EU, particularly in the Japanese market, and strengthen the recognition of the Union quality schemes for authentic, non-counterfeit products. On February 10, 2015 Thalía announced that "Sólo Parecía Amor" will be the album's official third single, and on the same day she filmed the song's music video. Amore mio (English translation) Artist: Gigi D'Alessio (Luigi D'Alessio) Song: Amore mio 7 translations; Translations: English #1, #2, Greek #1, #2, Hungarian, Portuguese, Spanish ... Click to see the original … The album includes collaborations with songwriters such as Marcela de la Garza and Ricky Montaner, son of the Argentine-born Venezuelan singer and songwriter Ricardo Montaner. Label: Philips - 6198 159 • Format: Vinyl 7 El Pasador - Amada Mia, Amore Mio (1977, Vinyl) | Discogs At the Ferrero booth in the “Italy Amore Mio!” venue, free samples of Ferrero Rocher and an original Tanabata Tree photospot! However, it was labeled as a weak choice for a first single, leading to the album's first week moderate sales in the United States, where it debuted at the #1 position in both the Latin Pop and Top Latin albums charts, but failed to become a big seller for that week or at least maintain its success. The campaign involves the promotion of these Italian delicatessen excellences: Mortadella Bologna PGI Salamini Italiani alla Cacciatora PDO, Zampone Modena PGI, and Cotechino Modena PGI. This contest is held in collaboration with carefully selected universities and aims to uncover Japan’s youthful talent through special package design and provide them a chance to present their works. The project “Arigat-EU, the authentic deli meat from Europe” which started in February 2018, combines three consortia for the protection of PDO and PGI deli meats, co-funded by the European Union and aimed at the Japanese market. Opera, pop, classics, an original song written for Italia, amore mio!, solo piano by Emiliano Pepe, Japan first-ever concert by Chiara Galiazzo in duet with Japanese accordion legend Coba and a collective karaoke to wrap-up on Sunday. Come and try for yourself. Amore Mio (stylized as AMORE MIO) (English: My Love) is the thirteenth studio album by Mexican recording artist Thalía, released on November 4, 2014 by Sony Music Latin on both standard and deluxe editions. Italian fruit juices and other refreshments to beat the heat. Open today until 8:00 PM. The chief objective is to increase the level of knowledge and recognition of European quality labels and improve consumer awareness in terms of food safety, traceability, tradition, authenticity, nutritional, health and sustainability aspects.