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About Titta Ruffo
Titta Ruffo (June 9, 1877 - July 5, 1953), was an Italian opera star who had a major international singing career. Known as the "Voce del leone" ("voice of the lion"), he was greatly admired, even by rival baritones, such as Giuseppe De Luca, who said of Ruffo: "His was not a voice, it was a miracle" (although not often published is the second part of De Luca's conclusion "...which he bawled away..."), and Victor Maurel, the creator of Verdi's Iago and Falstaff