02 dic 2011

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Caruso the First Singer to make Records Video

caruso first singer to make records
Caruso
Caruso was an Italian tenor.
He is considered the standard for excellence, thanks to the suggestion of the stamp and the unmistakable charm of the vocal instrument.
Caruso's life was very impressive, straight out of a novel was born near Naples in 1873 from a poor family of 20 brothers, went to work early, but the mother still tried to do this study and it is there that he realized his passion for singing, for 'opera '.
His debut had him at 21, but it was the theater of Naples, who had a failure and decided not to sing more in his city.

In 1902, impressed the first gramophone records and was the first singer in the world to make records, sold well over 1 million copies: it was a worldwide success that often the record companies do not remember...
Caruso in Italy is synonymous with the great singer, certainly for the extraordinary success that earned him the disks, unfortunately we can not recordings, if not in part, to help them experience the power and elegance of the voice of this singer who has been in the history of world music.
Here are some great successes of Caruso Enrico:




Caruso repertoire:

  1. L'amico Francesco (Morelli) – Teatro Nuovo, Napoli, March 15, 1895 (debut)
  2. Faust – Caserta, March 28, 1895
  3. Cavalleria rusticana – Caserta, April 1895
  4. Camoens (Musoni) – Caserta, May 1895
  5. Rigoletto – Napoli, July 21, 1895
  6. La traviata – Napoli, August 25, 1895
  7. Lucia di Lammermoor – Cairo, October 30, 1895
  8. La Gioconda – Cairo, November 9, 1895
  9. Manon Lescaut – Cairo, November 15, 1895
  10. I Capuleti e i Montecchi – Napoli, December 7, 1895
  11. Malia (Francesco Paolo Frontini) – Trapani, March 21, 1896
  12. La sonnambula – Trapani, March 24, 1896
  13. Marriedda (Bucceri) – Napoli, June 23, 1896
  14. I puritani – Salerno, September 10, 1896
  15. La Favorita – Salerno, November 22, 1896
  16. A San Francisco (Sebastiani) – Salerno, November 23, 1896
  17. Carmen – Salerno, December 6, 1896
  18. Un Dramma in vendemmia (Fornari) – Napoli, February 1, 1897
  19. Celeste (Marengo) – Napoli, March 6, 1897
  20. Il Profeta Velato (Napolitano) – Salerno, April 8, 1897
  21. La bohème – Livorno, August 14, 1897
  22. La Navarrese – Milano, November 3, 1897
  23. Il Voto (Giordano) – Milano, November 10, 1897
  24. L'arlesiana – Milano, November 27, 1897
  25. Pagliacci – Milano, December 31, 1897
  26. La bohème (Leoncavallo) – Genova, January 20, 1898
  27. The Pearl Fishers – Genova, February 3, 1898
  28. Hedda (Leborne) – Milano, April 2, 1898
  29. Mefistofele – Fiume, March 4, 1898
  30. Sapho (Massenet) – Trento, June 3(?), 1898
  31. Fedora – Milano, November 17, 1898
  32. Iris – Buenos Aires, June 22, 1899
  33. La regina di Saba (Goldmark) – Buenos Aires, July 4, 1899
  34. Yupanki (Berutti)– Buenos Aires, July 25, 1899
  35. Aida – St. Petersburg, January 3, 1900
  36. Un ballo in maschera – St. Petersburg, January 11, 1900
  37. Maria di Rohan – St. Petersburg, March 2, 1900
  38. Manon – Buenos Aires, July 28, 1900
  39. Tosca – Treviso, October 23, 1900
  40. Le maschere (Mascagni) – Milano, January 17, 1901
  41. L'elisir d'amore – Milano, February 17, 1901
  42. Caruso's sketch of himself as Don José in Carmen, 1904
  43. Lohengrin – Buenos Aires, July 7, 1901
  44. Germania – Milano, March 11, 1902
  45. Don Giovanni – London, July 19, 1902
  46. Adriana Lecouvreur – Milano, November 6, 1902
  47. Lucrezia Borgia – Lisboa, March 10, 1903
  48. Les Huguenots – New York, February 3, 1905
  49. Martha – New York, February 9, 1906
  50. Madama Butterfly – London, May 26, 1906
  51. L'Africana – New York, January 11, 1907
  52. Andrea Chénier – London, July 20, 1907
  53. Il trovatore – New York, February 26, 1908
  54. Armide – New York, November 14, 1910
  55. La fanciulla del West – New York, December 10, 1910
  56. Julien – New York, December 26, 1914
  57. Samson et Dalila – New York, November 24, 1916
  58. Lodoletta – Buenos Aires, July 29, 1917
  59. Le prophète – New York, February 7, 1918
  60. L'amore dei tre re – New York, March 14, 1918
  61. La forza del destino – New York, November 15, 1918
  62. La Juive – New York, November 22, 1919.
Enrico Caruso Museum