Enrico Caruso


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outstanding Italian operatic tenor (1873-1921)

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The club was named after Enrico Caruso, a famous Italian operatic tenor who died in 1921.
This American-Italian singer, influenced by Enrico Caruso and gifted with a dramatic operatic voice, reached the rock-star status that would later be enjoyed by Elvis Presley, The Beatles, even of Michael Jackson.
In 1903, Enrico Caruso made his American debut at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, appearing in ''Rigoletto.
Written by Lucio Dalla in 1986 and a huge hit at the time, it was inspired by the 19th century tenor Enrico Caruso and his final moments looking into the eyes of a woman he loved.
Caruso, for Enrico Caruso (1873-1921), an Italian tenor who sang to great acclaim at the major opera houses of Europe and the Americas.
The reader will be delighted to read about the different restaurants that provided excellent Italian cuisine to some very famous stars such as Jimmy Durante, Sarah Vaughn, Billie Holiday, Jackie Gleason, Enrico Caruso, Abbot & Costello, Rocky Marchiano and others.
The following year he starred in The Toast of New Orleans and in 1951 he played the famous Italian tenor Enrico Caruso in The Great Caruso.
1873: Enrico Caruso, operatic tenor, was born in Naples.
The opera that I love so much came later, at age 10 when I discovered Enrico Caruso.
En el ano 86 Vargas gana el concurso Enrico Caruso en Milan, se establece en Austria y firma un contrato con la compania del Teatro de Lucerna.
The pub enjoys a rich history and has had a number of famous visitors, including Enrico Caruso, Marie Lloyd and Charlie Chaplin," said a spokesman for Oakham Ales, which bought the business in 2002 and restored it to its former Victorian glory.
Thanks to its association with the Aston Hippodrome - once the Midland's premier variety theatre, now long gone, it was frequented by the likes of Laurel and Hardy, Enrico Caruso, Marie Lloyd and Charlie Chaplin.
He said he knew he wanted to be an opera singer since he was six years old and saw the movie The Great Caruso, about Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, starring Mario Lanza.
You won't recognize many names in the jukebox, but some will probably be familiar, such as opera singer Enrico Caruso, Broadway legend Al Jolson, composer and lyricist Irving Berlin, and composer, arranger, and conductor John Philip Sousa.
Asked what adjustments he's made to his technique over the years, he points to the greatest and most versatile of all tenors, Enrico Caruso.