A German Requiem Opus 45 (5) Johannes Brahms
As we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the concert that made The Three Tenors famous, here are some iconic photos from their glorious career.
A celebratory moment on stage as Pavarotti, Domingo and Carreras find reason to laugh. Picture: Getty
Three Tenors share a light moment during rehearsals for another World Cup performance in France in 1998.
Sometimes, the great trio of Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and José Carreras had an unspoken togetherness. Photo: PA
Their legendary concert at the Roman Baths of Caracalla, their first ever public performance together to celebrate the end of the World Cup in Italy.
Together with conductor Zubin Mehta, The Three Tenors packed out the Dodgers Stadium in LA, playing to a mere 56,000 people in 1994. Photo: PA
Here's Pavarotti and Carreras belting it out during rehearsal in Wembley. Photo: PA
Luciano Pavarotti sings as his colleagues respectfully listen. Photo: PA
Checking the pitch before one of their famous World Cup concerts.
This is how we remember them - belting out the operatic classics to a packed stadium. Photo: PA
Doing what they do best at the Braglia Stadium in Modena, Italy during a benefit concert in 1997. Photo: PA
Commanding the stage during a typically massive show in Dusseldorf. Photo: PA
Press attention followed them wherever they went, but The Three Tenors were more than happy to hang out together.
His enthusiasm on stage was always so palpable - here's Luciano Pavarotti soaking up the applause.