Pavarotti - Nessun Dorma 1994 (High Quality With Lyrics)





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Published on Nov 4, 2009


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I am not an opera singer by any means, but the passion in his eyes when he sings.... I burst into tears the moment he sustained that 'Vincero'.
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Lenn Loeven
me to
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Boaty Gatling
If anyone would like the translation, PAVAROTTI - None shall sleep! None shall sleep! Not even you, oh Princess, in your cold bedroom, watching the stars that tremble with love and with hope! But my secret is hidden within me; no one will know my name! No, no! On your mouth I will say it when the light shines! And my kiss will dissolve the silence that makes you mine! - CHORUS- No one will know his name, and we will have to, alas, die, die! - PAVAROTTI - Vanish, o night! Fade, you stars! Fade, you stars! At dawn, I will win! I will win! I will win! -
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Timmy Cai
Boaty Gatling iiiii
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Hazard Pay 35
his face at 2:55 is the certain emotion only music can bring out of people's hearts.
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Seeking Truth
People jest, but you're right.
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Eduardo Melo
Pavarotti is not dead ... just returned to his planet.
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Jim Doc
Eduardo Melo his name is jonathan antoine
Ronald Doctor
@ Eduardo ; Harambe approves!
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Illyasviel von Einzbern
He set the bar too high, no one can top his Nessum Dorma. The power and emotions he delivers in his voice are and will remain unmatched.
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smitajky ㄴㅁㅎᆞㄴᆢᆞ
/watch?v=CYsThgP3maA listen this
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Music is one of the few things that makes up for the fact that we are a terrible species.
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Edgar Bikermas
@SOIBand. speak for yourself Asshole!!!
Kenneth Wright
SOIBand amen!!!
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Aarya G
I don't understand a single thing he said but this moved me to tears. This is art this is beautiful
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Glauco Pazzaglini
music may shake your heart if your heart is sensitive.
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Steve Dobson
To think I shared this planet with a talent so rare. Pure privilege!
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Holly Dee
Valerie: I have no idea what those numbers mean...
Valerie Von Steinberg
Holly Dee 557996
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Chris James
I come back to this video every once in a while to feel something. The voice and context is mind blowing.
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jay hutzler
dude, the opera is almost a hundred years old, get over the racial aspect, (which isn't really that bad except for their names) if thats bogging you down you're missing the point. moreover the song isn't about the turandot and her crazy games and threats. its about hope and awaiting victory in the morning. its a sung of triumph and thats why its so empowering.
Kevin McMahon
I went to see Turandot at the ROH two nights ago. It's a superb opera. Of course the story is odd but it's Puccini; its fantasy. Ping, Pong and Pang were in it and they were marvellous. Nothing "racist" at all. And the music was perfect.
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God, how I love this song . . . this song PROVED beyond a shadow of a doubt that Italian is the most aesthetical language of ALL TIME . . . PERIOD!!! This song alone has convinced me that Italian is a language I need to learn. I cannot imagine an excuse that is better.
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Eveline Schwarz
Michael boltem
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