The famous operas of Oscar Wilde and Charles Dickens, the opera The Merry Widow and The Merry Wives Club are popular Christmas holiday favorites.
And this year’s operas are the first in which the song has gone viral.
Opera singer-songwriter Rene Fazio told CBS News’ John Dickerson on Sunday that he created the song as a way to make people feel more connected to the holiday.
“I wanted to do something that really touched the heart and it was a song that was very intimate and very personal and really touching to me and my wife,” Fazios said.
The song, titled Mi faltas que tienes a la clementada, was written and recorded by Faziano and performed by the Italian orchestra orchestra for the premiere of his opera, La calle. “
We wanted to have a song about love and the meaning of Christmas and the relationship between love and children and all the good things that come from that.”
The song, titled Mi faltas que tienes a la clementada, was written and recorded by Faziano and performed by the Italian orchestra orchestra for the premiere of his opera, La calle.
Faziano said the lyrics were written in the spring of 2015 and are inspired by the life of the original author.
“It’s an amazing story, it’s a great poem and I have so much love for him,” Fazzino said.
Fazio’s song is part of the opera, but it is not the only opera in which he sings it.
His wife, actress Christina Pizzi, is also a vocalist in the opera.
“We wrote the opera for her and I wrote the music and it is my husband who plays the guitar,” Fazo said.
Pizzi said she was inspired by her husband and the song.
“When we were preparing the opera and I think I started to sing, I started singing a song I had written for the opera,” Pizzis said.
She added that she was able to do that with a voice she has never had before.
“My husband has a very beautiful voice, he sings very softly and very softly,” she said.
She said it was something that she had always wanted to be able to sing but she didn’t know how.
“The singing is very beautiful, very soulful and very powerful,” she added.
The opera is set in the 17th century and is about the love of a young boy, Elmo, who falls in love with his sister, Chico.
He is a child of the Puritan Puritan family, which has a strict separation between church and state and is ruled by the King of England.
In the end, Elmots brother, Chic, falls in with the Catholic church and falls in heart with the Puritans.
The song, however, portrays the two as brothers and lovers who can only be together when they are together.
“In a way, I love it,” Pazzi said.