Together (Jonathan and Charlotte album)

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Released24 September 2012
Genre Classical crossover
Label Syco / Columbia Records
Producer Graham Stack
Jonathan and Charlotte chronology
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Together is the debut studio album by British classical crossover duo Jonathan and Charlotte, released on 24 September 2012. The duo began recording the album in May 2012, after signing a £1m record deal with Simon Cowell's label Syco Music. It was produced by Graham Stack at Metrophonic Studios in Surrey, England over a period of 8 weeks.[ citation needed ]


The album includes Italian covers of various songs from the likes of Elton John, Muse, Take That, R.E.M., Queen, and Peggy Seeger. They released the first song on the album, "The Prayer," together with the act that finished in third place in 2012, Only Boys Aloud. Having most recently peaked at Number 5 in the UK Album Charts, the duo are due to release their album in the USA and Canada on 30 October 2012. [1]

Track listing

1."The Prayer"4:02
3."Vero Amore"3:20
4."Ave Maria"3:18
6."Il Mondo È Nostro"3:08
7."Canto della Terra"3:45
8."Ognuno Soffre"3:45
9."Chi Mai Vivrà Per Sempre?"3:42
10."La Prima Volta"3:45

Charts and certifications


RegionCertification Certified units/sales
United Kingdom (BPI) [7] Gold100,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

Release history

United Kingdom21 September 2012Digital download Syco
24 September 2012CD
United States30 October 2012 Syco / Columbia Records

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