[kuh-roo-soh; Italian kah-roo-zaw]
- En·ri·co [en-ree-koh; Italian en-ree-kaw] /ɛnˈri koʊ; Italian ɛnˈri kɔ/, 1873–1921, Italian operatic tenor.
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I'm not sure many people would say Summer was Caruso, but okay.
And not just an obit, but a sidebar under the hed "Caruso Kept Hoping He Would Return."
Cleigh, senior, stood before the phonograph listening to Caruso.The Pagan Madonna
Caruso speaks to us of the little things we know, but he speaks with a lyric ecstasy.
There will not be another Caruso for two or three hundred years; perhaps not then.
For a long time after Caruso had gone, Jerry sat with his cold pipe in his mouth.
"Dam' shame," said Caruso, the barber, who always championed underdogs.
- Enrico (enˈriːko). 1873–1921, an outstanding Italian operatic tenor; one of the first to make gramophone records
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