When did Pavarotti sing La donna e mobile?
Moscow, 1964 – YouTube Pavarotti, “La Donna e Mobile” from Verdi’s “Rigoletto”. Moscow, 1964 If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.
What kind of music did Luciano Pavarotti record?
Luciano Pavarotti enjoyed a 45-year recording career with Decca, and the result is a unique musical legacy. We explore the first decade of this relationship, an era of Puccini, Donizetti and Verdi, and feature essential recordings including ‘Nessun Dorma!’ from Puccini’s Turandot.
When did Nessun dorma by Pavarotti become famous?
‘Nessun Dorma!’ has arguably become the most famous of all operatic arias, largely as a result of Pavarotti’s performance of it at umpteen events and arenas following its use as the theme song of the BBC’s 1990 FIFA World Cup coverage.
When did Luciano Pavarotti sing pour mon ame?
In between, in 1967, she made this marvellous recording. It fell to Pavarotti, however, to sing the famous nine consecutive top Cs in the showcase aria ‘Pour Mon Ame’, and he did not disappoint. His technical feat established him as the “King of the High Cs” (as he was instantly dubbed).