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The king and I : the uncensored tale of Luciano Pavarotti's rise to fame by his manager, friend, and sometime adversary

Author: Herbert H Breslin; Anne Midgette
Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The classical music publicist and manager describes his thirty-six-year business relationship with Luciano Pavarotti, following the legendary tenor's career and offering a portrait of the superstar in the world of modern classical music.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Breslin, Herbert H.
King and I.
New York : Doubleday : 2004
(OCoLC)639673147
Named Person: Luciano Pavarotti; Herbert H Breslin; Luciano Pavarotti
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert H Breslin; Anne Midgette
ISBN: 0385509723 9780385509725
OCLC Number: 54544031
Description: 308 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Opening monologue: Herbert Breslin on Luciano Pavarotti --
From Chrysler to Carnegie Hall: midlife crisis, my start in the business --
Luciano makes his entrance: how I met and marketed the young Pavarotti --
The publicity machine: the ABCs of the most essential tool in the business --
How to manage a tenor, an introduction: launching the greatest career of a generation --
Life with Luciano: the tenor's lighter, and heavier, side --
Yes, Luciano: the blockbuster that wasn't --
The view from the (big) top: conquering new arenas, and old colleagues --
Money makes the world go round: the real motivation of opera stars, and their managers --
Another opening, another show: getting Luciano onstage --
City of women: Luciano's entourage --
Travels with Luciano: around the world in eighty suitcases --
The three tenors: opera's greatest franchise --
How to manage a tenor, the advanced course: everything your advance strategy didn't prepare for you --
Twilight of the god: the last decade --
The kiss of Tosca: our final act --
The fat man sings: Luciano Pavarotti on Herbert Breslin.
Responsibility: by Herbert Breslin and Anne Midgette.
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The classical music publicist and manager describes his thirty-six-year business relationship with Luciano Pavarotti, following the legendary tenor's career and offering a portrait of the superstar in the world of modern classical music.

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