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  Tenor Luciano Pavarotti dead at 71 - CNN.com
Pavarotti is survived by his wife, Nicoletta Mantovani, and a daughter, Alice, along with three grown daughters by his first wife, Adua Veroni, whom he divorced in 2000, and a granddaughter.
Pavarotti joined with Domingo and Carreras in 1990, and although critics complained that Pavarotti's vocal skills were waning, the trio performed together for 14 years.
Pavarotti's influence was one reason opera has gained new audiences in recent years despite some problems that could affect future gains.
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  Madera Tribune
Pavarotti was vacationing at his holiday home in Pesaro, an Adriatic seaside resort 125 miles southeast of Modena, when his doctor noticed that he had a fever and decided to admit him to the hospital for tests, Robson said.
Pavarotti had been preparing to leave New York in July 2006 to resume a farewell tour when doctors discovered a malignant pancreatic mass, Robson said at the time.
Pavarotti's wife said in a newspaper interview last month that he was reacting well to radiation therapy.
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  Luciano Pavarotti - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Luciano Pavarotti (born October 12, 1935), an Italian tenor, is one of the most famous living singers, not only in the world of opera, but across all genres.
Luciano Pavarotti and Barry White performing a duet at a fundraising concert in Modena, Italy, May 29, 2001.
Pavarotti was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in July 2006 and required emergency surgery to remove the tumor.
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 ABC News: Opera Great Luciano Pavarotti Dies
"Luciano Pavarotti is the Babe Ruth of the opera world," Joseph Volpe, Pavarotti's longtime friend and former general manager of New York's Metropolitan Opera, told ABC News before the singer's death.
Pavarotti was born in Modena, Italy, deep in the heart of opera country — not all that far from Milan with its world-famous opera house, La Scala.
Pavarotti was soon concentrating all his spare time — while teaching school and selling insurance to make money — on studying the fine points of phrasing and repertoire and foreign language pronunciation for those operas in languages other than Italian.
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 Luciano Pavarotti Hospitalized in Italy | LifetimeTV.com
Luciano Pavarotti has been hospitalized for tests in his hometown of Modena, in northern Italy, hospital officials and his manager said August 9.
Il Resto del Carlino reported that Pavarotti was diagnosed with pneumonia as he was vacationing with his family at his villa in Pesaro, a seaside resort on the Adriatic some 125 miles southeast of Modena.
Pavarotti's wife said in a newspaper interview last month that her husband was "fighting like a lion" against his cancer and was reacting well to radiotherapy.
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 Luciano Pavarotti Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Luciano Pavarotti was born on the outskirts of Modena in north-central Italy on October 12, 1935.
Pavarotti began serious study in 1954 at the age of 19 with Arrigo Pola, a respected teacher and professional tenor in Modena who, aware of the family's indigence, offered to teach without remuneration.
Pavarotti was praised for both his diligence, his survival, and the fact that he undertook a new role at the age of 61.
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 PAVAROTTI, LUCIANO
Pavarotti made his debut in 1961 as Rodolfo in Reggio Emilia, went to Covent Garden in 1963 in the same role and then won fame touring with Joan Sutherland in Australia.
Pavarotti's sole attempt at Hollywood fame is an entertaining but plotless and old-fashioned story about a famous opera singer and his affair with woman doctor Kathryn Harrold.
Pavarotti is in good form at this concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London on April 13, 1982.
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 Stuntrijden is meer dan een wheelie maken | VK.tv | videoreportages door de Volkskrant
De Italiaanse tenor Luciano Pavarotti is donderdagochtend vroeg in Modena (Italië) overleden.
Pavarotti, door velen geprezen als de grootste tenor van zijn generatie, verloor de strijd tegen kanker.
Er was geen koper te vinden voor het negentig jaar oude winkelbedrijf.
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 Operatic songs
Andrea Bocelli & Luciano Pavarotti - Notte 'e Piscatore
Luciano Pavarotti - Puccini - La Boheme - Che gelida manina
Tosca -Luciano Pavarotti - E lucevan le stelle
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 Amazon.com: Luciano Pavarotti: The Myth of the Tenor: Books: Jurgen Kesting,Susan H. Ray   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
More enticingly, he posits that "Pavarotti is no longer famous because of the quality of his singing, but simply because he is so incredibly famous," and he goes on to consider the conflicts between fame and art.
He disputes Pavarotti's claim that his appearances outside the opera house are meant to attract a new audience to the theater.
Pavarotti's fans will find much to disagree with, but this is a welcome balance to the many flattering books about Pavarotti.
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 Luciano Pavarotti
Pavarotti studied with Arrigo Pola in Modena and Ettore Campogalliani in Mantua.
In 1965, Pavarotti made his American debut in Miami's production of Lucia di Lammermoor with Joan Sutherland.
Luciano has established several competitions designed to help young artists gain experience and recognition.
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 Luciano Pavarotti, Opera Tenor
Luciano Pavarotti has become the most legendary opera singer of his time and one of the most popular opera singers with the masses of all time.
After becoming well-established in legitimate opera, Pavarotti expanded his career to include mass concerts, which culminated in the immensely popular Three Tenors concerts that Pavarotti gave with his colleagues Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras.
Luciano Pavarotti is the best selling classical recording artist of all time.
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 Buy Luciano Pavarotti Tickets - Cheap Luciano Pavarotti Theater Show Tickets At Onlineseats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti (born October 12, 1935), is one of the most famous living opera singers.
Signor Pavarotti became a household name through frequent television performances, such Rodolfo in the first Live from the Met telecast in March of 1977, which attracted one of the largest audiences ever for a televised opera.
Luciano Pavarotti tickets may be purchased by following any of the links on this page.
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 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Pavarotti cancels more tour dates
Opera star Luciano Pavarotti has postponed five concerts on his worldwide farewell tour because of complications from back surgery.
But Pavarotti's manager said the star developed an infection which forced him to cancel the later dates.
Pavarotti is to stay in New York to continue with intensive physical therapy.
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 PlaybillArts: News: Pavarotti's Farewell Tour to Stop in Washington in June
Luciano Pavarotti will make his final Washington, D.C., appearance at the Verizon Center on June 21, the tenor announced.
Pavarotti, who gave his final opera performance at the Metropolitan Opera in 2004, is in the midst of a worldwide farewell concert tour.
The tour was originally scheduled to end by Pavarotti's 70th birthday in October 2005 but he said last fall that he expected it to last for another year or two before ending in Milan, London, Vienna, or the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
www.playbillarts.com /news/article/4086.html   (451 words)

  
 Luciano Pavarotti's Future - Classical Music
Illness, however, is usually the only reason why a performer would bow out of fulfilling his role, but only an illness if the type that would effect his voice and therefore the quality of the performance.
Maybe Pavarotti was that ill. However, waiting until the last moment to inform the Metropolitan Opera that he would not be performing his role in Puccini’s Tosca, does not bode well for his future with the Met.
With Pavarotti’s super-star status, this bout with the flu has garnered the type of press coverage usually reserved for film or rock stars.
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 Luciano Pavarotti Tickets - Luciano Pavarotti Concert Tickets
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 Luciano Pavarotti — Infoplease.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Luciano Pavarotti - Pavarotti, Luciano, 1935–, Italian tenor.
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 Showbiz - News - Luciano Pavarotti's condition improves - Digital Spy
Luciano Pavarotti's doctors are feeling "positive" about the singer's condition, his wife has confirmed.
The Italian tenor, 71, was admitted to hospital earlier this week, when he started suffering from a high fever.
Luciano was forced to cancel his farewell tour last year, as he needed to have an operation to remove a pancreatic tumour.
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 Amazon.ca: Romantica: The Very Best of Luciano Pavarotti: Music: Lucio Dalla,Ernesto de Curtis,Salvatore ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Pavarotti has a short but excellent repertoire that belongs in "Classical Music" (e.g.
Pavarotti is good, but I think that the title is misleading.
This is a wonderful sounding CD, much better then some of the other CD compilations I have of Luciano.
www.amazon.ca /Romantica-Very-Best-Luciano-Pavarotti/dp/B00005Y204   (772 words)

  
 Luciano Pavarotti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Luciano Pavarotti was born on October 12, 1935, in Modena, Emilia-Romagna...
Pavarotti in Concert at the Madison Square Garden (1987) (V)....
- Luciano Pavarotti in Recital at the Metropolitan Opera House (1978)
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Pavarotti: comune del Salernitano gli dedica una piazza - A Postiglione, sindaco: un piccolo tributo
L'ULTINO SALUTO A LUCIANO PAVAROTTI, ''ITALIA ORGOGLIOSA DI LUI'' 08 settembre 2007
Pavarotti: comune del Salernitano gli dedica una piazza - A Postiglione, sindaco: un piccolo tributo 06 settembre 2007
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 Noticias Cultura y Ocio - Canal Noticias - Interbusca
Pavarotti.- El secretario general de la ONU lamenta su muerte
NUEVA YORK, 6 (EUROPA PRESS) El secretario general de la ONU, Ban Ki Moon, expresó hoy su profunda tristeza por la muerte del tenor italiano Luciano Pavarotti, quien fuera Mensajero de la Paz de Naciones Unidas.
En un comunicado, Ban afirmó que Pavarotti no sólo hizo grandes contribuciones a la música y las artes en general, sino que también ayudó a las personas necesitadas de todo el mundo.
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Les obsèques de Luciano Pavarotti célébrées en la cathédrale de Modène
MODENE, Italie (AP) - Un émouvant "Ave Maria" a résonné dans la cathédrale de Modène lors des obsèques samedi après-midi du grand ténor italien Luciano Pavarotti, en présence de sa famille, de ses proches et de centaines de personnalités et de dignitaires.
Pour le souverain pontife, Pavarotti avait "honoré le don divin de la musique au travers de son extraordinaire talent d'interprète".
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