Pavarotti My Own Story

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Pavarotti My Own Story

Pavarotti My Own Story Autobiography of the Great Tenor

  • Title: Pavarotti My Own Story
  • Author: Luciano Pavarotti
  • ISBN: 9780446301794
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • Autobiography of the Great Tenor.

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    1. Eve on said:

      I enjoyed reading about how he grew up, his path to learning to sing in the Bel Canto style and how he broke into opera. I liked reading this first, then his later (1995 I think) autobiography as his fame grew, and then the "tell all" book written by his long-time manager Herbert Breslin. That was an eye opener! After reading his autobiographies I was really liking Pavarotti (may he rest in peace), but after reading what people who worked with him had to say, I admit I liked him less. As an arti [...]

    2. Pat on said:

      This was a good approach: Pavarotti writes one chapter and interspersed are the thoughts from those who were associated with him. He comes across as an interesting and dedicated man. It is interesting that one chapter is written by his manager, Herbert Breslin; it is very positive about Pavarotti's work ethic and willingness to try new methods and venues. Later Breslin writes a derogatory book with heavy criticism.

    3. Jared on said:

      A look into the life of the world famous singer from many different viewpoints: colleagues, family, friends, and of course his own. Other famous people could learn alot from his example. After shows he would wait to greet every fan and if aspiring singers wanted him to hear them he would make time and offer them constructive criticism.

    4. Peter Campbell on said:

      Extremely interesting insight to the life of this artist and the massive amount of dedication necessary to become an important opera singer and remain at the top of a demanding profession for year after year.

    5. Bet on said:

      A charming book about a charming man. His chapters are interspersed with chapters by people who knew him well. A nice read for opera lovers.

    6. Yvonne Carter on said:

      Talks about his life, developing his music/singing. Gave me a better appreciation for opera

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