Ciao, Luciano

Through pop and political effluvium, the final note struck by “the king of the high C’s” transcends. Here are a few of the more outstanding news features, one where Plácido Domingo is quoted, his final interview along with a career timeline, a story about a signature aria, and another describing the disposition of his hometown’s folk. As of this time, Giuseppe Di Stefano, strangely, hasn’t been reached, or perhaps sought out, for comment.

Tenor’s ‘Rival’ Regrets Missed Goodbye

The Maestro’s Last Interview

Pavarotti’s Legacy: The Song That Really Let Football Come Home

Crowds Mourn Pavarotti in His Hometown


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