Editors' Notes One of the quintessential lyric tenors of the 20th century, Luciano Pavarotti consistently floored audiences with his tremendous range and dramatic fervour. As one of The Three Tenors, he performed dazzling concert renditions of operatic arias such as Puccini's triumphant “Nessun Dorma!” In the opera world, he was known predominantly for his charming affect and seemingly effortless melodicism in Italian bel canto operas like Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore, where his “Una furtiva lagrima” evidenced a perfect and most elegant mastery of line and phrase.

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Carmen, WD 31, Act II: "La fleur que tu m'avais jetée"
4:29
 
Funiculì, funiculà
2:39
 
4:16
 
3:00
 
La Fanciulla del West: "Ch'ella mi creda libero e lontano"
2:05
 
4:33
 
5:07
 
5:20
 

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