Goodnough, David (1997). Plácido Domingo: Opera Superstar (Hispanic Biographies). Biography, interviews and profiles
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Placido Domingo book. 100+ page biographies of inspirational Hispanic individuals.
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Retrieved 1 July 2013. "American certifications – "Three Tenors, The"". Goodnough, David (1997).
Plácido Domingo is a world-renowned, multifaceted artist. Recognized as one of the finest and most influential singing actors in the history of opera, he is also a conductor and a major force as an opera administrator in his role as Eli and Edythe Broad General Director of Los Angeles Opera. His repertoire now encompasses 150 roles, with more than 4000 career performances.
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Plácido Domingo : opera superstar. Plácido Domingo : opera superstar. by. Goodnough, David. Plácido Domingo about too small operas, casting singers as Paul Potts and the humility before a great career". Matthew Stadlen, "Plácido Domingo: 'I've done nothing to deserve this voice'", The Telegraph (London), 25 August 2013 on telegraph.
Placido Domingo Biography. Born: January 21, 1941 Madrid, Spain Spanish singer, conductor, and pianist. Spanish-born tenor (the highest natural male voice) Placido Domingo's performances are intelligent and dramatic. He is also a conductor and an accomplished pianist. The number of Domingo's opera appearances increased steadily, and in November 1961 he made his first American appearance with the Dallas Civic Orchestra. In 1962 he married Marta Ornelas, who had been voted the best Mexican singer of the year.