Ti vorrei sollevare

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"Ti vorrei sollevare"
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Single by Elisa featuring Giuliano Sangiorgi
from the album Heart
Released16 October 2009 (2009-10-16)
Recorded2009 by Davide Linzi, Dave Frazer
Genre Pop rock
Label Sugar
Songwriter(s) Elisa
Producer(s) Elisa, Andrea Rigonat
Elisa singles chronology
"Qualcosa che non c'è"
"Ti vorrei sollevare"
"Anche se non trovi le parole"
Giuliano Sangiorgi singles chronology
""Safari" (with Jovanotti)"
"Ti vorrei sollevare"

"Ti vorrei sollevare" is a song written and recorded by Italian singer Elisa. It was released on 16 october 2009 through Sugar Music as the lead single for Elisa's sixth studio album, Heart . The song featured Italian singer Giuliano Sangiorgi from Negramaro. [1]


The song peaked at number one on the Italian Singles Chart, becoming Elisa's sixth and Sangiorgi's first song as a lead artist to achieve it.


The song was written and composed by Elisa, with the produciotn of her partner Andrea Rigonat. [2] Elisa explained the decision to collaborate with Giuliano Sangiorgi was made because his vocal timbre that perfectly matched the melody of the song. [3] Sangiorgi also expressed his thought about the collaboration: [4]

"In the song we hear two voices that need each other. It is the meeting of instinct and reason, feelings that reflect our personalities and how we approach music"

Giuliano Sangiorgi about the collaboration with Elisa

Music video

The music video for "Ti vorrei sollevare" was directed by the Italian film director Marco Ponti and was produced by One More. [5] It premiered on the Corriere della Sera website on 4 November 2009 and was set in a Mountain's countryside. [6]

Commercial performance

The song reached the #1 on the Italian Chart FIMI for the first two weeks from its release, on Italian Airplay Chart since 15 November 2009 and was certified Platinum Award for the copies sold.



Weekly charts

Chart (2009)Peak
Italian Singles (FIMI) [7] 1

Year-end charts

Chart (2009)Position
Italian Singles (FIMI) [8] 20
Chart (2010)Position
Italian Singles (FIMI) [9] 60


RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Italy (FIMI) [10] 2× Platinum60,000

Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

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