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Enrico Caruso
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    (February 27, 1873-August 2, 1921)
    Sang with the New York Metropolitan Opera (1903-1920)
    Made phonograph recordings for the Victor Talking-Machine Company (1903-1920)
    Sang in over 60 operas
    Known as the 'King of Tenors'
    He was overweight.
    He stopped going to school to hang out with his friends at a railway yard.
    He smoked two packs of cigarettes a day.
    He weighed three pounds less after each performance.
    Over fifteen of his siblings died in a cholera epidemic.
    He suffered from sickness for most of his life and spent his last hours in excruciating pain.
    He was one of the first artists to record his music.
    He is probably the most famous opera singer of all time.
    He was ranked #96 on A&E's Biographies of the Millennium (1999).

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