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JBL 4645
09-06-2007, 01:40 PM
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One of operas most celebrated tenor (Luciano Pavarotti) has passed at the age of 71.His voice has touched the world and has left behind a legacy of crowning musical achievements for many to enjoy until time ends.

RIP Mr. Pavarotti. :) and thank you for enriching the world with youíre voice you will be sadly missed by millions.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/6981032.stm (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/6981032.stm)

Pavarotti - Nessun Dorma
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ONUCPKdGcrk (http://youtube.com/watch?v=ONUCPKdGcrk)

Luciano Pavarotti - Ave Maria - Schubert
http://youtube.com/watch?v=2uYrmYXsujI (http://youtube.com/watch?v=2uYrmYXsujI)

Leave a kind thank you on Youtube.


RIP Luciano Pavarotti - Ave Maria - Schubert
http://youtube.com/watch?v=NvGvZqOLFXs (http://youtube.com/watch?v=NvGvZqOLFXs)

hjames
09-06-2007, 02:23 PM
Might I beg the question - How much Pavarotti do you have in your music collection?
Does it affect you personally, or is it just a sad thing that he is gone?
Just a question - because - well, the news is full of the celebrity meaning of this ...
what I wonder is from the heart ...




One of operas most celebrated tenor (Luciano Pavarotti) has passed at the age of 71.His voice has touched the world and has left behind a legacy of crowning musical achievements for many to enjoy until time ends.

RIP Mr. Pavarotti. :) and thank you for enriching the world with you’re voice you will be sadly missed by millions.

JBL 4645
09-06-2007, 02:43 PM
What kind of question is that to ask:blink:? Yes his music was one of joy whether you hear in on the radio or in a film or at the world football match, does it make a difference, whether I have collections of CD no.

I will not get into a dispute or argument with you over this just pay respect and move on.:)

edgewound
09-06-2007, 02:54 PM
What kind of question is that to ask:blink:? Yes his music was one of joy whether you hear in on the radio or in a film or at the world football match, does it make a difference, whether I have collections of CD no.

I will not get into a dispute or argument with you over this just pay respect and move on.:)

I couldn't agree more. A musical legend is now gone. A man known for his talent and his art....not an off-color, controversial nature.

Pavarotti is mourned the world over.

JBL 4645
09-06-2007, 03:02 PM
I couldn't agree more. A musical legend is now gone. A man known for his talent and his art....not an off-color, controversial nature.

Pavarotti is mourned the world over.

edgewound

Yes Iíve seen countless replies on Youtube countless Iím presently looking for some of the joyful moments from this grand master and paying respect with a sad reply of thanks.:)

alskinner
09-06-2007, 03:10 PM
Not only IMHO the greatest Tenor since Caruso, but just a great person, through his charming personality he was able to attract a lot of people back to Opera. Any one who has studied music realizes the amount of talent it takes to sing classical opera. I used to sing Baritone (not very good at it) but it did make me respect and appreciate those that could.

Regards
AL

JBL 4645
09-06-2007, 04:02 PM
Even classic FM UK is celebrating the man “Luciano Pavarotti” via a wonderful musical experience. If you can tune in by clicking listen here and depending on where you live in the world counts as its kinder restricted to certain parts.

http://www.classicfm.co.uk/default.asp

JBL 4645
09-06-2007, 05:10 PM
Just heard Nick Bailey read out my farewell to “Luciano Pavarotti”.

"Wonderful show classic FM bravo what could the listeners do with out you in sharing the life of the man “Luciano Pavarotti” the concert that I’m listening to now is marvellous even if I can’t understand the phrases the meaning still sounds universal and recognizable to me wondrous and thank you very much for putting on a great show. He will be missed the world over his will continue to play until till the end of time."
http://images.radcity.net/6440/1555872.gif
Nick, commented “hear, hear.”

Titanium Dome
09-10-2007, 08:04 AM
First Beverly Sills, then Luciano Pavarotti, it's a sad year for opera fans. I have a number of recordings of both, particularly on LaserDisc, which was a very opera-friendly medium in its day.

Once when I was at the Venetian, I had my son take this:

Hoerninger
09-10-2007, 08:24 AM
Once when I was at the Venetian, I had my son take this:

Two men:
Great moment! :applaud: --- Great voice! ;)
Die Puppe kann nicht singen - good shot!
___________
Peter