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Critic's Notebook

Sometimes a crossover attempt can make a good voice go bad

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / January 25, 2004

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Crossover didn't begin with the Three Tenors, but Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, and Jose Carreras gave the genre a tremendous boost because they attracted so much attention and made so much money for themselves and for the companies that produced their records and DVDs. The camaraderie of the three divos was irresistible, but they weren't very good at crossover singing ... (Full Article: 1104 Words)

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