Liesbeth List, in "De Kinderen van de Zee" (1966).
The Doors, in "Feast of Friends" on the album An American Prayer (1978) & as a 40th anniversary bonus track on the album Waiting for the Sun (1968)
Renaissance, in their song "Cold Is Being" on the album Turn of the Cards (1974). Also recorded by frontwoman Annie Haslam as "Save Us All" on her second solo album Still Life (1985) Yngwie Malmsteen, in Icarus Dream Suite Op. 4 (1984)
Sarah Brightman has a vocal version, "Anytime, Anywhere" on the album Eden (1998) This was then covered by Liriel Domiciano in 2001 and Will Martin in 2007.
In 1999, Lara Fabian recorded a crossover in both English and Italian, named "Adagio" (later covered by Il Divo and Majida El Roumi).
In 2003, UK Trance trio Above & Beyond, under their Rollerball alias, produced a trance rendition of Adagio In G with additional opera voices and released it as "Albinoni" on their Anjunabeats record label.
Anathema used it as opener for their A Moment in Time DVD in 2006.
In 2011, Russian singer Vitas covered an Italian version of "Adagio" for his new program Say You Love in Beijing.
The popular song set to Albinoni's Adagio in G is Cold Is Being by Renaissance. There are also the "Albinoni's Adagio In G Minor" lyrics sang by The Doors. This is basically a neo-Baroque composition commonly ascribed to the 18th-century Venetian master known as Tomaso Albinoni. Check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adagio_in_G_minor for more information.