They were superstars on their own, iconic names who didn't need first names: Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti. The world loved them; and they loved the world -sometimes a little too literary. When they agreed to sing together, they went from superstars to superheroes: The Three Tenors. Three? Really? That's all it takes to be adored? I can do bettermuch better than that! Let the adoration flow because I presented "More Than Three Tenors" this week. Of course, I meant, tenor sax players and accompanists plus a few favorite tenor voices as well. I began the show again with a Ukrainian jazz musician. Though she lives in London now, it was a reminder of and my way of remembering what the world is losing in this hideous madness.
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