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Thank you. I tried to write about this, but couldn't. Even though I am not a great opera fan, I still am struck with an inexpressible sadness over this.
I love opera. Although Pavarotti never was my favorite tenor, I loved him for his sheer gusto and for the way he drew in a public that would never have listened to opera without his enormous personality.
He will be so very missed.And I agree, he wasn't my favorite tenor, but he was so amazing, and he spread his love for the genre everywhere!(sigh)(((hugs)))
He once stayed in our house (before we lived here), and left a tuxedo shirt in the laundry!I often wonder if he had trouble navigating the skinny steps ...
thank you ~ we will miss him dearly.
He was such a powerful figure for furthering opera. A crossover star before we had the term.
Oh I really liked Pavarotti. Not just for his Tenor voice but his enthusiam for life in all he seemed to do.
Whoa. . when I heard he'd succumbed him singing Nessun Dorma is what ran through my head immediately. Very big loss for all of us.Thanks for this post!
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