Wednesday, September 05, 2007

He Was Our Heaven On Earth...

Opera Star Luciano Pavarotti Dies At 71

Luciano Pavarotti, whose vibrant high C's and ebullient showmanship made him one the most beloved tenors, has died, his manager told The Associated Press. He was 71.

Pavarotti had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year and underwent further treatment in August 2007.

Pavarotti Is in 'Very Serious Condition'

Nessun Dorma


Anonymous Anonymous said...

"One more song was in him

now this song is lost

forever lost"

Hebrew poet BIALIK.


10:26 PM  
Anonymous cassie said...

I don't know... some songs will last forever. Thanks for the beautiful tribute, Donal - best one on the web!

10:54 PM  
Anonymous day said...

I will miss him terribly; he was the best.

11:36 PM  
Blogger The Merry Widow said...

First Dr. D. James Kennedy, who fought to retain the Founder's vision for America and a return to moral standards(G*D's). And now Pavarotti, who blessed us with his beautiful voice.
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!

What to do when giants fall?

2:57 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Oh, my--I hadn't heard about Dr. Kennedy...! May he rest in peace.

5:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

His voice was angels come to life!


5:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

G-d I'll miss him...

5:13 AM  
Blogger Brooke said...

Still, he had a good life, and will always be remembered!

5:17 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Hi, Brookie!--thanks for writing in. You're always so thoughtful!

6:05 AM  
Blogger Patsy said...

Beautiful, glowing man.

Shining stars for eyes, so full of life and love.

The voice that lifted souls to heaven.

You gave us much, you gave your all.

God's peace be with you now.

Sleep, dear maestro, sleep.

Your music, a gift to all, will live on forever.

6:17 AM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

Donal, this is a beautiful tribute to the world's great talent. The music that you chose was perfect.

In July we also recently lost Beverly Sills, another operatic talent.

6:32 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Thanks, sissy! ;-)

6:54 AM  
Anonymous prairieson said...

Very nice tribute, Donal. He was a giant in many ways. Classical music had no better envoy.

6:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How sad. He was a brillant talent, a beautiful, strong voice, ''robusto'' in Italian. He was also the first real opera signer who bought opera to so many people, espically young people and made it seem less stuffy and aloof. He was the opera singer for the comman man. He will be missed. J'Mac.

4:24 PM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Not one Demmie wrote in... figures.

8:20 PM  

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