Biography by Rovi Staff. Easily opera’s brightest star of the latter half of the 20th Century, booming tenor tackled practically every role of classical canon. The World of Luciano Pavarotti: Tenor Masterpieces, Vol. 4. Trace Records.
Luciano Pavarotti In Concert Luciano Pavarotti. Luisa Miller: Quando Le Sere Al Placido. By Giuseppe Verdi - Luciano Pavarotti, Emerson Buckley & Symphony Orchestra Of Emilia Romagna "Arturo Toscanini". 2. Lucia Di Lammermoor: Fra Poco a Me Ricovero. By Gaetano Donizetti - Luciano Pavarotti, Emerson Buckley & Symphony Orchestra Of Emilia Romagna "Arturo Toscanini". 3. Rigoletto: Questa O Quella. Rigoletto: La Donna È Mobile
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Luciano Pavarotti – In Concert. Label: Zkp rtvl – LL-1768. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold. Liner Notes – Luciano. Orchestra – Symphonic Orchestra Of Emilia Romagna "Arturo Toscanini". Tenor Vocals – Luciano Pavarotti. Recorded Live in Modena - Piazza Grande on August the 14th 1985. Danubius Digitally Mastered. Courtesy of Decca Record Co. Limited Licenced exclusively by Danubius Paris Records Publishing & Filmworks . for the territory of Yugoslavia.
This was the concert that made opera popular, and Pavarotti a household name (Domingo and Carreras each got to be "one of the other three tenors" - until much later). And the reason it did that was primarily due to a) their song choice - including popular numbers such as Tonight, from West Side Story, for instance, broke down the perceived divide between opera singers and the average music listener; and b) the mischievous playfulness of Domingo and Carreras' reply to Pavarotti's fioratura in the encore - along with Pavarotti's astonishment and hearty. Pavarotti needs no description - truly a voice from the universe. Domingo is strong & secure in his voice. And the orchestra - omg, the orchestra!!!