Yesterday was a day to remember. Luciano Pavarotti, 71, died in Modena, his city and my beloved home town. The whole world mourned his passing by celebrating his talent. We will do the same here. I read somewhere that the only other Italian singer loved so much by all was Caruso. Both singers were filled with passion and natural talent that made them really stand out.
Today at The Blog Herald, I'm talking about your blog's best pick-up line, the mini story that will make you stand out. I thought of combining the two threads to give you a sense of story from a personal point of view. This is a video of Luciano Pavarotti while he delivers a live interpretation of Caruso, a song written by Lucio Dalla, who is in the duet with him. Dalla is a native of Bologna, the beautiful city where my Alma Mater is.
Now let's hear a version of the same song by Lara Fabian, a multilingual Belgian born singer.
[Tip of the hat to Jens Hilgenstock] An interpretation is inimitable, just like you. It expresses the natural sounding statement of your essence, what you're about.
When a lovemark sings, the world bows. Addio, Maestro.