2 legends: Celine Dion & Luciano Pavarotti. Beautiful video!


Great couple! October 12, 1935, the famous Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti was born. At his concerts, which were held around the world, he collected thousands of listeners. Very often Pavarotti experimented and invited famous musicians to perform and sang a duet with them on the same stage.

Luciano Pavarotti and Celine Dion “I Hate You Then I Love You” is considered to be the brightest performance of an opera singer with a pop star. The different manner of performers did not prevent them from performing together at a charity concert.

It turned out very worthy. This song is also included in the tenor album, where his best duets are collected. Céline Dion performed at the show Pavarotti and Friends, profiting the Children of Liberia, held in Modena, Italy.

Celine sang “I abhor you then I cherish you” in two part harmony with Luciano Pavarotti. I Hate You Then I Love You, “hate” at that point love the extraordinary vocal powerhouses, Luicano Pavarotti and Celine Dion, for they make numerous insane desirous of their ability and completely adore them for conjuring up such crude and excellent feeling.

Amid the epic execution, you can see the force and enthusiasm for music that these two awesome abilities have. The late Pavarotti and Dion were a music-coordinate made in paradise!

When you hear a tune of this nature, sung by two of the most mind boggling entertainers on the planet, you can’t commend life and all the lovely things we have. In the first few seconds, when Pavarotti looks at Celine before they start singing, there is such respect and admiration from him for her.

He may not interact with her for much of the rest of the performance but that is what opera singers do – he is concentrating on simply getting it right.

I think he is sorespectful and admiring of Celine’s voice and performace – an amazing duet – cant think of anything since then that has matched it – and clearly Celine really really enjoyed it. I love how simple he makes it seem, as opposed to a lot of these contemporary artists are trying way too hard he truly was on another level above these people.