Peter Fessler - Fragile

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"Fragile" is a song written and performed by English musician Sting from his second studio album ...Nothing Like the Sun. Released as a single the following year, it placed to number 70 on the UK Singles Chart. Sung additionally in both Spanish and Portuguese under the titles "Fragilidad" and "Fragil", it appeared twice more on his 1988 EP variant of the album, Nada como el sol. The Spanish version features as a b-side to "I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying".
The song is a tribute to Ben Linder, an American civil engineer who was killed by the Contras in 1987 while working on a hydroelectric project in Nicaragua. "Fragile" was the opening song in Sting's ...All This Time concert, recorded on the evening of the September 11 attacks in 2001. Sting performed the song with cellist Yo Yo Ma during the opening ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. The song appears in the 1995 Oscar-nominated documentary The Living Sea.
A version of the song with Julio Iglesias was included in Sting's Duets compilation album (2021).

In 1986, Peter Fessler gained worldwide attention as the singer of the pop hit "New York-Rio-Tokyo". Peter Fessler has released more than a dozen albums. In addition, there are major concert successes, sometimes in duets, sometimes as a support act, with world stars such as: Al Jarreau, Toots Thielemans, Randy Crawford, George Benson, Shirley Bassey, Gilbert Bécaud, Bobby McFerrin, Take 6, Roberto Menescal, Till Brönner, Don Grusin and Randy Brecker.

In 2014 he was awarded the Echo/Jazz in the category "Best National Singer" for his album "Quality Time". The "figurehead for jazz singing in Germany".