This album was born when the head of the recording house multimedia San Paolo, Giulio Neroni, heard Pope Benedict XVI sing the Regina Coeli for the first time. Father Neroni says he was blown away by the pope’s vocals.
As a sign that this album is one everybody can enjoy, the music that accompanies the Popes prayers was composed by a Christian, an atheist and a Muslim.
“These kind of product forced me to view the relationship with the faith day by day and it help me a lot.”
“You don’t have to be a Catholic or a Muslim to appreciate a great work of art and that always operates on the right music it’s kind and an act of faith for me because I don’t know where my music comes from.”
“It was one work who could be signification not only musical work, but the most important things that the music give message of peace and tolerance, and coexistence.”
Multi media San Pablo and U.K based recording house Geffen/U.K international produced this 50 minute C.D.
President of Geffen Records UK
“I think it will be surprise for a lot of people how special and how good the record is and that’s why we got involved. And we’re very excited about people hearing it.”
Especially by those who have distanced themselves from the Church.
The pope has expressed his satisfaction with the final product.
Part of the revenue will go towards helping needy children.