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Should it happen tomorrow, I would fall to my knees to give thanks to God for such a career.

Singing becomes a form of therapy.

The atmosphere of the theater is my oxygen.

The high note is not the only thing.

The press regularly proclaims my ambitions and my financial demands.

The public is a part of my real life.

The public made me and then encouraged me for many years, and my future even now depends upon it.

The voice collects and translates your bad physical health, your emotional worries, your personal troubles.

This circus games aspect has existed since the beginning of my career.

This season, over eight productions, I am presenting four young tenors.

To stay at my best, I have to stop talking during the preceding day.

We all have a destiny in accordance with the breadth of our shoulders. My shoulders are broad.

When a young artist is ready, one has to bring him into the limelight.

When facing symphonic orchestras which have played some works five thousands times, you have nothing to do.

When I was a young man, I was a baritone, very far from possessing the whole range of the tenor then.

When working with an orchestra, you never spend more than 20 minutes per recording session.

With my personal preparation at the piano, I can afford to hum at half voice.

Young singers are much better educated musically, much better informed, through discs and videos, than I was.

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