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Enrico Caruso - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2.1 Early life; 2.2 Early career; 2.3 The Metropolitan Opera; 2.4 Later career and . in Italy in 1902–1903, he had cut five batches of records for the Gramophone . She quotes the tenor, speaking of his mother, Anna Caruso (née Baldini): "She .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enrico_Caruso

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    • Heddle Nash - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      1.1 Early years; 1.2 Opera in England; 1.3 Oratorio and later career . The family was musical, and listening at home to a gramophone record by . sang the tenor roles in many Italian operas while on the stages the puppets mimed the action.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heddle_Nash

      Fernando De Lucia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      . an Italian opera tenor and singing teacher who enjoyed an international career . . 1 Early career; 2 Mascagni, Rome and Florence; 3 Verismo firsts in London, . De Lucia-like vibrato which is only too apparent on their gramophone records.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fernando_De_Lucia

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    • Enrico Caruso (Italian opera singer) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
      2, 1921 Naples the most admired Italian operatic tenor of the early 20th century and one of the first musicians to document his voice on gramophone recordings.
      http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/97583/Enrico-Caruso

      Tito Schipa - Ah! dispar vision (1913) - his FIRST EVER recording ...
      Sep 26, 2009 . This is Tito Schipa's first Gramophone recording (acoustic), made on 10 November 1913. . For that I consider him one of the three great Italian tenore di grazia (perhaps . There is an interesting tale of Schipa's early training: Tito's first . if he was caught singing a popular Neapolitan song or operatic aria.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4b4nMWvx1s

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    • Caruso - definition of Caruso by the Free Online Dictionary ...
      1873-1921, an outstanding Italian operatic tenor; one of the first to make gramophone records. ThesaurusLegend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms .
      http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Caruso

      From a Vault in Paris, Sounds of Opera 1907 - The New York Times
      Feb 16, 2009 . A collection of recordings that were stored in a time capsule beneath the Paris Opera . Gramophone Company and had provided the records. . States in early April with the English subtitle “Treasures From the Paris Opera Vaults. . In contrast, the Italian tenor Francesco Tamagno, who created the title role .
      http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/17/arts/music/17vaul.html

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    • Caruso - Memidex dictionary/thesaurus
      Feb 13, 2012 . the most admired Italian operatic tenor of the early 20th century and one of the first musicians to document his voice on gramophone recordings .
      http://www.memidex.com/caruso

      Caruso | Define Caruso at Dictionary.com
      Caruso (Italian ka?ru?so). —n. Enrico (en?ri?ko). 1873--1921, an outstanding Italian operatic tenor; one of the first to make gramophone records .
      http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/caruso

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    • Italian American Singers | Italy
      The European recording, made by a gramophone/typewriter company, brought the great . His early endeavors gave no indication that he had a musical future. . Through his films and recordings, Lanza introduced the masses to opera, who . with his loyal fans, who continue to revere him as the one and only Italian tenor .
      http://www.lifeinitaly.com/music/italian-american.asp

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    Enrico Caruso - New World Encyclopedia
    While he sang at many of the world's great opera houses including La Scala in Milan . known as the lead tenor at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City for 17 years. . from classical to traditional Italian folk songs and popular songs of the day. . Earlier that year, he had made his first recordings, an album on 78-rpm vinyl .
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    He remains famous while few other early 20th century opera performers are still . of most experts, the greatest all-round tenor exponent of Italian opera on disc. . by the Gramophone < Typewriter Company to make his first recordings (in a .
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    Italian opera is an art form, that plays a dominant role in the history of Italy. . He was an Italian opera tenor and a significant singer . . Caruso was absorbed by the Gramophone and Typewriter Company, where he made his first recording, that . While singing at piano bars early in his career, he met his wife Enrica, whom .
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    Italian Operatic Tenor. Giovanni Martinelli made some of the most admired recordings in the early history of the gramophone. In his time as today his art was .
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    Enrico Caruso (Gramophone, January 1944) by FW Gaisberg ...
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    The Tenor: Fernando De Lucia
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    Symposium Records Catalogue
    Recordings 176 to 200 of 243. Page 1·2·3·4·5·6·7·8·9·10 .
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