TRUMP CAMPAIGN ANGERS PAVORATTI'S FAMILY

Jul 29, 2016

By Andy Johnson

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Donald Trump’s campaign continues to annoy world famous musicians over use of their music.  First is was the Rolling Stones who demanded Trump stop using “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, then it was Queen upset over Trump’s use of “We Are The Champions.”

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Now that annoyance has crossed over to Classical Music with the widow and three daughters of Luciano Pavarotti telling Trump to stop using the tenor’s famous signature aria “Nessum dorma,” the final act of Puccini’s Turnadot, which ends with the Italian phrase “Vincero,” translated to “I will win.”
The family says Pavarotti upheld the values of brotherhood and solidarity throughout his career; qualities they say are incompatible with Trump’s world vision.

 

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