Even before Prince opened the 32nd Montreal International Jazz Festival on Friday night, the streets were buzzing with music. A street performer drew the longing notes of Bésame Mucho out of his tarnished saxophone. Indian drummers in native costume pounded relentlessly on tabla drums as a bride and groom mounted a horse. A woman’s voice sang sweetly in Chinese out of an amplifier in a Chinatown CD store.
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