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Pavarotti sounds his final opera note

At the Met, curtain comes down on incomparable 43-year career

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / March 14, 2004

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"In boca del lupo" -- "into the mouth of the wolf" -- is the traditional greeting exchanged by Italian opera singers before they go onstage. They say this instead of courting disaster by wishing one another good luck. (Full Article: 1017 Words)

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