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Thursday, September 06, 2007

RIP, Uber Tenor

What Kathleen Woodiwiss was for the romance genre, Luciano Pavarotti was for opera. He was the icon that pushed beyond his art, the "rock star" that put his name and his art into the public consciousness. Today, many old school romance readers name Woodiwiss' books as their first romances. I'll also bet that many people who don't care for opera know Pavarotti's name and have heard him sing either on television or radio.

I remember learning how to play the piano (a thousand years ago) and my music teacher had Pavarotti's record playing. We didn't start our lesson till he hit the high Cs in Donizetti's opera La Fille du Regiment ;-).




Of course, I didn't understand how great his voice was till I was much older. But I remember telling my mom (who didn't know much about Western opera or classical music) that I had been listening to Pavarotti and she knew who he was.

That is uberness.

RIP, King of the High Cs.

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2 comments:

Leslie said...

I loved Pavarotti. Such a great voice.

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Adding to your uber Zen thoughts yesterday:

Blank page is not golden.

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sq said...

My mom took me to see Pavarotti when I was 8. He was performing La Boheme. I didn't get to truly appreciate him at that age since I REALLY wanted to see the Care Bears movie instead.

My high school chorus teacher was an opera singer so I started to learn his nuances around then.

My piano teachers never bothered with ambiance. They were too busy yelling at me about my posture and my messed up fingering. Oh, and they REALLY hated it when I had to stop and count up the lines to figure out the note. This was after I'd been playing for 10 years.

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