Velvet voice contralto. What is the main secret of his popularity
Contralto is one of the brightest female voices. Its velvety low sound is often compared to a cello. This voice is quite rare in nature, so it is very appreciated…

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The first tenor of the country
26 years ago, on December 21, 1993, the famous Soviet opera singer, People's Artist of the USSR Ivan Kozlovsky passed away. He always had a huge number of fans who…

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Paradoxes of Enrico Caruso: What the legendary tenor was reproached for and what he could not forgive to his native Naples
The name of the legendary Italian opera singer Enrico Caruso is known all over the world - he had a rare voice, sang leading parts in more than 80 operas,…

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Enrique worked as a street

Paradoxes of Enrico Caruso: What the legendary tenor was reproached for and what he could not forgive to his native Naples

The name of the legendary Italian opera singer Enrico Caruso is known all over the world – he had a rare voice, sang leading parts in more than 80 operas, released about 260 records and got into the Guinness Book of Records as the first performer in the history of the record, whose record sold a million copies. It is amazing that in his hometown he vowed never to speak and in Naples received recognition only after death …

Enrico Caruso was originally from Naples, but for many years crossed out this city from his memory. He was born into a poor large family. Enrico received 3 classes of primary education in a parish school, where chants were given more attention than sciences. By the age of 14, Caruso had already become the first viola in the church choir, but his father, who worked as a mechanic and a foundry worker, wanted his son to continue his profession, and from the age of 11 he sent him as an apprentice to an engineer who built city fountains. Continue reading

The most vivid novels of the French heartthrob Yves Montand: Edith Piaf, Marilyn Monroe and others
He was not written handsome, but he was damn talented. He was admired by the multimillion audience, he was idolized and the most beautiful women of the world went crazy…

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Whitney Houston
Is it possible not to know who Whitney Houston is? An amazing singer with an unrivaled powerful and sonorous voice, the range of which spanned 5 octaves. It is unlikely…

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TOP 10 historical oddities related to music
10th and 9th place: Funny cases related to the French It is known that Napoleon was exiled to the island of St. Helena. While in exile, he admitted once: "During…

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One who gave way to Olympus Freddie Mercury: Tim Staffel
In 1964, two students, Brian May and Tim Staffel, created a musical group in London, which for the most part played cover versions of popular songs at that time. The…

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