R E F E R E N C E  &  C O N T A C T  I N F O R M A T I O N

Before you email any questions to me, please understand that I am not a Caruso
historian. I am merely a person who could not help but recognize the enormity of his

I put this page together to spread the word to others who might not have taken the time
to listen, and who should.

I can be reached at feedback@henryrosner.org.

The life and art of Enrico Caruso have given rise to a variety of biographical, discographical,
and analytical literature. Some that I've used as reference for this page are:

Dorothy Caruso: Enrico Caruso: His Life And Death (New York: Simon & Schuster 1945;
    London: T. Werner Laurie 1946)
Enrico Caruso Jr., and Andrew Farkas: Enrico Caruso: My Father And My Family
    (Portland, Oregon: Amadeus Press 1990): with chronology of Caruso's performances
    and list of his repertoire by Thomas G. Kaufman, discographies by William R. Moran
    and Richard Koprowsky, and bibliography by Opritsa Popa. (the discography by
    William R. Moran also includes specific notes, of interest to the listener, about
    several recordings)
Michael Scott: The Great Caruso (London: Hamish Hamilton 1988; New York: Alfred
    A. Knopf 1988), with chronology by Thomas G. Kaufman and discography by
    John R. Bolig