Saturday, September 08, 2007




Pavarotti singing NESSUN DORMA

RIP
NWN: Farewell Snr.Pavarotti. In our opinion he was the best classical tenor for over 50 years. He ranks just behind Enrico Caruso and Jussi Bjorling. The western nations have lost a star from our midst. He was a major figure within white/western culture.

7 comments:

herbert norkus said...

A great loss to us all !

Anonymous said...

I never tire of listening to that tune.

I dont understand a bloody word either, but it raises the hairs on the back of my neck.

RIP Luciano !

JiB said...

"Nessun dorma" = No one may sleep
"Vincero" = I'll win

Anonymous said...

English translation:




The Prince:

No one shall sleep! ... No one shall sleep!
Even you, O Princess, in your cold room, watch the stars, that tremble with love and with hope.

But my secret is hidden within me, my name no one shall know ...

No! ... No!... On your mouth I will tell it when the light shines.

And my kiss will dissolve the silence that makes you mine! ...
The Chorus of women:

No one will know his name and we must, alas, die.
The Prince:

Vanish, O night! Set, stars! Set, stars!
At dawn, I will win!
I will win! I will win!

Anonymous said...

None shall sleep !

Aryan Awakening said...

We were very sad on this news. Another person who brings culture to our race has gone.

Our youth spend their time with hip hop and video games. While the great people of our culture die.

We at aryanawakening.blogspot.com play video's from amazing new people on our blog - in the hope of bringing new life to the new "video art" and the new video artists that represent this new form of art for our rsce.

Let us all encourge them ...

We are hopeful, that the decadent and jewish art forms via video shall not win.. but the Aryan spirit will ... one can hope prevail !

Remember this when you casticate a great man.

Aryan Awakening said...

PS:

Thanks NWN for posting this ..

He was our culture ..

A great man gone ..remember him - forever!

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