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By Andrew Farkas, Enrico, Jr. Caruso

Drawing at the own reminiscences of the Caruso brothers, archival fabric preserved by means of the kinfolk, and wide examine, this ebook is an extraordinary tribute to to the fellow and his vocal legacy. This abridged variation comprises the complete unique textual content overlaying Caruso's existence and demise, plus a present discography.

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Giuseppina Giachetti must have known about her husband's transgression, but as a respectable and devoted wife was expected to do, she stayed with Guido. When she died on 11 June 1909, Guido, apparently a man of principles, married Teresa Da Vela. Their son became Umberto Da Vela-Giachetti and finally had a home with both his natural parents. Guido and Teresa lived in harmony until the end of his life in 1935. Music must have played an important role in the Giachetti household. Both girls showed a musical inclination early in life, and the family encouraged musical interests.

In memory of the late king, they called the baby Umberto. " In countries where church and state are less inextricably intertwined than the Catholic church and the Italian state, a couple who realize that their marriage was a mistake can dissolve their union and begin new < previous page page_38 next page > < previous page page_39 next page > Page 39 lives. With the divorce rate as high as it is today, it is almost impossible for most Westerners to identify with the mores and ethics of nineteenth-century Italy.

It is possible, too, that charming as young Rina must have been, his feelings for her were not strong enough to warrant an irreversible commitment to marriage. Rina, perhaps overly confident of his interest in her, gave Caruso time to think it over, which proved to be a mistake. Having sufficiently recovered from her illness, she returned temporarily to Florence to take her final examinations at the Conservatorio Cherubini. She completed her courses cum laude and received her diploma in singing.

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