Thursday, September 06, 2007

R I P Luciano

ROME (AP) - Luciano Pavarotti, opera's biggest superstar of the late 20th century, died Thursday. He was 71. He was the son of a singing baker and became the king of the high C's.
Pavarotti, who had been diagnosed last year with pancreatic cancer and underwent treatment last month, died at his home in his native Modena at 5 a.m., his manager told The Associated Press in an e-mailed statement.

This is one guy who could bring me to tears with a note. We have lost maybe the greatest voice ever. Glad to see his wife, daughters and sisters were there when he passed.

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