Pavarotti


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Pav·a·rot·ti

 (păv′ə-rŏt′ē, pä′vä-rōt′tē), Luciano 1935-2007.
Italian tenor noted for his interpretation of the music of composers such as Verdi and Puccini.
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Pavarotti

(Italian pavaˈrɔti)
n
(Biography) Luciano 1935–2007, Italian operatic tenor, specializing in works by Verdi and Puccini
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Pa•va•rot•ti

(ˌpæv əˈrɒt i, ˌpɑ vəˈrɔ ti)

n.
Luciano, born 1935, Italian operatic tenor.
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ning With the arrival of the new documentary film about legendary tenor Luciano Pavarotti directed by Ron Howard, now is the time to explore the places that invigorated him and his precursor, tenor Enrico Caruso.
NEAR the beginning of Ron Howard's documentary, which incorporates footage from concerts and interviews to recount Luciano Pavarotti's journey in his own words, the ebullient Italian tenor is asked to imagine his legacy.
"I'd like to be remembered as a man who took opera to the people," he replies Luciano Pavarotti and his second wife Nicoletta Mantovani modestly, flashing the camera a pensive smile.
Pavarotti's welldocumented faults are largely glossed over to concentrate on the coterie of admirers and celebrity friends he accumulated as he took opera into stadia, as well as the physical and emotional strain of performing.
Pavarotti's well-documented faults are largely glossed over to concentrate on the coterie of admirers and celebrity friends he accumulated as he took opera into stadia, including his relationship with Diana, Princess of Wales, as well as the physical and emotional strain of performing.
Summary: 'Studio 54' and 'Pavarotti' will screen at the independent theatre
But Luciano Pavarotti feared he would starve if he didn't have round-the-clock access to food, according to Simeon Rosset, the Italian tenor's butler his former butler.