Pavarotti"s Music Benefits War Orphans

Host Susan Stamberg talks to Luciano Pavarotti about his music, his voice, and his latest performance with pop stars to help raise money for war orphans. Pavorotti"s recent activities have included marking the thirtieth anniversary of his debut at the Metropolitan Opera, getting a hip replacement and celebrating his sixty-third birthday. (8:41) Due to Internet rights issues, this segment has been modified from its original broadcast form.

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