I Love Luciano Pavarotti

Leave your personal memory of the incredible tenor, Luciana Pavarotti. RIP. 207 People

    I Learned So Much..........

    When I first heard Luciano Pavarotti sing Nessun Dorma, I became an instant fan, not only of his, but of all opera and classic music. His beautiful voice mesmerized me. Though he is gone from our world, we still have all his beautiful arias to remember him by. I shall always...
    LindaDi LindaDi
    66-70, F
    Sep 7, 2007

    So Upset

    My father was a huge fan of Luciano, he passed away in April and always wanted me to see him in concert....needless to say I never got a chance!RIP Luciano Pavarotti.
    kleighm12687 kleighm12687
    18-21, F
    Sep 6, 2007


    I was 15 yrs old when I first heard Pavarotti sing in a Christmas Special and it  literally took my breath away! I made it my goal to one day see him in concert and when he was in Columbus in his last show with the three tenors is when I finally lived my dream! He awesome...
    teths teths
    36-40, F
    Sep 6, 2007

    I Remember

    the first time I heard him sing 'Nessun Dorma' for the 1990 Football World Cup and it made Me cry.. the emotion in his voice.  I will never forget him and the fact he brought opera to those who, under other circumstances, would never go near it. RIP Luciano, you will be...
    alabastardragon alabastardragon
    36-40, M
    Sep 6, 2007

    I Could Listen To Him All Day

    I have the DVD of the Three Tenors Concert, and I love it. I watch it frequently, and I often have Pavarotti on YouTube while I am here, on EP.
    Serenitree Serenitree
    70+, F
    1 Response Nov 3, 2012

    Miss Sarajevo

    First seriously exposed to Luciano Pavarotti was in U2's haunting ode to Bosnia-- called Miss Sarajevo: Dici che il fiume Trova la via al mare E come il fiume Giungerai a me Oltre i confini E le terre assetate Dici che come fiume Come fiume... L'amore giungerà...
    ExperienceProject ExperienceProject
    26-30, M
    5 Responses Sep 6, 2007

    An Inspiration

    i am now a singer singing in many concerts and learning new techniques everyday. i wanted to accknowledge how amazing this man was at singing. he was one of the first singers that i heard sing and meant every word he said. the feeling that were put into his songs were amazing. he...
    amberx amberx
    18-21, F
    1 Response Sep 6, 2007

    What a Voice

    i love luciano pavarotti because of his beautiful voice. the first time i ever heard of him, i was a freshman in college.  i was in the office for some reason and i heard this amazingly strong voice coming from sherry potters office, it was then i enquired of this voice and...
    sandymae sandymae
    56-60, F
    1 Response Sep 6, 2007


    His contribution to the world was great!  When he sang he shared his feelings, an experience I will never forget!
    MaxV MaxV
    56-60, M
    Jan 6, 2010

    A Blessing...

    Luciano introduced me to opera. His voice could bring tears to my eyes. His voice was so soothing. I always took him along to the dentist or stressful times. He could bring a calmness to my soul. There will never be another one like him - God threw away the mold! He can not...
    csl552 csl552
    51-55, F
    1 Response Sep 6, 2007

    What A Voice!

    I am not a real big Opera fan, and I don't listen to that genre of music very often.  Usually I prefer classical instrumental pieces or various styles of popular music, but I must say that I enjoy Pavarotti when I hear him on PBS or another venue.  What a voice!  And while I...
    deleted deleted
    May 18, 2011

    Thank You!

    That voice can move me in ways that no other voice can.  It is my therapy.  I was able to attend two concerts but never able to meet him and say "Thank You".  What a tenor section in the Heavenly Choir with Pavarotti and Tom Mills, my two all time...
    janieb janieb
    56-60, F
    Sep 6, 2007

    Still Sad

    I'm not particularly an opera fan but I still feel quite sad at  his death.  He was such a great talent!  I don't know what sort of person he was, but he was truely a great artist.
    auxarcs auxarcs
    36-40, F
    1 Response Sep 7, 2007

    Eclipse 2000

    I had a unique opp. to be at 2000 Eclipse Concert of Pavarotti. It was magnificent.
    timisoso timisoso
    36-40, M
    1 Response May 19, 2007

    One of the Greatest Tenors of the 20th Century and 21st Century That I Will Never Forget...

    I feel very saddened about hearing about the death of Luciano Pavarotti today, and the fact that so great a voice, a kind person, and a philanthropist, has been lost in our century. I feel very saddened that he suffered  so and was not spared of...
    Michaele Michaele
    46-50, M
    2 Responses Sep 6, 2007

    His Voice

    i listen to it for hours and love every minute of it ..i'm so sorry the world lost him
    goodseemore goodseemore
    41-45, F
    1 Response May 17, 2011

    Listening to Luscious Luciano

    As a face reader, I have delved into reading the great man's lips. It was one of the first posts on my new blog. I tried cut-and-pasting it here but couldn't, and any link would be treated as spam. Sigh! If you email me I will send you a link for the blog at the Rose Rosetree...
    Roserosetree Roserosetree
    56-60, F
    1 Response Sep 9, 2007

    The World Is Silent Today

    The Maestro is gone but the Voice will live on forever.  Share the legend with you loved ones today.  If you have never listened, do it today.  Farewell Luciano. Today the angels have a new Tenor. Rest in Peace.
    BigBully BigBully
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 6, 2007


    I had an opportunity to see Pavarotti at the Met for opening night of Barber of Seville. He gave the most amazing rendition of Largo Al Factotum I have ever heard. The sold-out house was completely silent. A good 3 seconds passed and not a noise came from the audience. A...
    EPJulio EPJulio
    26-30, M
    2 Responses Sep 6, 2007

    The Most Perfect Voice

    The first time I heard Pavarotti's voice I literally lost my breath.  I was absolutely spellbound and forever a devoted fan.  He had the most perfect voice I've ever heard.  Powerful, passionate, dramatic, so, so glorious!! I would have been thrilled to hear...
    teetahdiva teetahdiva
    56-60, F
    1 Response Sep 16, 2007

    Vale Luciano

    Today one of the greatest tenor voices in our World passed into another realm. Pavarotti's voice filled the emotional niches of our soles: he brought us joy, he brought us tears and sorrow, he brought us harmonious tones that touched gently upon our soles and left us changed...
    dancingdolphin dancingdolphin
    46-50, F
    Sep 6, 2007

    The Voice of God

    The world changed for me in Dec 1976. i was mowing my aunts lawn and when i had stop the mower a sound came from my aunt's window. a sound that even at the age of 13 caused my hart to swell. I knew i was hearing the voice of god. and at 43 i still feel like that 13 year...
    41-45, M
    1 Response Sep 6, 2007

    The Voice That Won My Heart

    Growing up in eastern Canada didn't give much opportunity for enjoying opera. You basically listened when you could and had to be happy with that. So i did. I moved to Ontario at nineteen and heard Pavarotti for the first time. I was hooked for life. His voice was breathtaking...
    sunni sunni
    41-45, F
    Sep 6, 2007

    Il Maestro

    Luciano Pavarotti opened my musical world many years ago.  While living in Venezuela, I had the absolute joy of seeing him in concert in Caracas.  I breathed the same air as he !!  When I was a poetry student way back when, I penned a tribute to Luciano, "Il...
    mirilady mirilady
    61-65, F
    Sep 6, 2007

    Goodbye to a Legend

    This world has lost a legend. A man who still maintained humility, and a wonderful sense of humour. His voice was just amazing. Goodbye and God bless this new angel.
    pamelajane pamelajane
    56-60, F
    Sep 6, 2007


    I love Pavarotti,so does my mother . One night about 10 years ago the kids and i heard an awful sound , it was my mom.Picture my mom ,flannel nighty,hair in curlers,head set on , a singing voice that terrified children to sleep,singing with Pavarotti. One of the little ones,about...
    redheadsrule redheadsrule
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Sep 17, 2007

    Remembering Luciano Pavarotti

    To one and all; I woke up this moring 9/06/07, to the news the world has lost Luciano Pavarotti. It is one of the saddest days of my life.  He was one of the greatest tenors this world has ever seen.  I had the extreme pleasure of meeting Maestro Pavarotti here in...
    madalina madalina
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 6, 2007

    Farewell to a Genius...

    The Maestro introduced me to opera in 1980, and I have him to thank for all the wonderful concerts, recitals and opera performances I've attended ever since.   His voice was inspirational and unique, and he will be sorely missed.   Thank you, Pav, for opening...
    hazydaze64 hazydaze64
    61-65, F
    Sep 6, 2007

    I Loved His Voice

    I never had the opertunity to see Mr. Paavarotti in concert.  That will always be my loss.  His voice always touched me to the core of my being.  He opened opera to millions and they are so much more richer for it as I am.  I will always be greatful for having...
    Strawberryjamcs Strawberryjamcs
    56-60, F
    1 Response Sep 6, 2007

    The Gift of His Gift

    What a blessing his voice has been. Thank God for recordings, which will remind us often of his wonderful gift. I was never able to hear him in person, but I often listen to his glorious, soaring, liquid gold voice. It never fails to raise my spirits. I loved the Three Tenors...
    helena2646 helena2646
    61-65, F
    Sep 6, 2007

    Pavarotti Improves The Quality Of Life!

    I love Pavarotti! I'm slightly on the verge of being obsessed with him. I just think that his singing was just so beautiful and he was so passionate about it! I don't know, I just love seeing passionate people.I had a teacher who once described Pavarotti as, "he got old and fat...
    invaderdmb invaderdmb
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jan 10, 2011

    Bravo Maestro

    I have never been a big fan of opera, but I don't have any problem with listening to Pavarotti perform in his brilliant fashion.  How can anyone deny a great talent such as him. A once in lifetime star who will never be matched in range and talent. He was a shining...
    Caliper Caliper
    56-60, M
    Jul 2, 2009
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