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St. Patrick's Day is upon us on the 17th March, but what does Ireland's classical music heritage have to offer? Discover the best music of the Emerald Isle with our guide to St. Paddy's day listening...
The world-famous tenor was celebrated for his fabulous diction and breath control. In one Mozart aria, he famously sung 64 notes in one breath. He made hundreds of recordings, the first in 1904. In 1928, he was given the title of Papal Count from the Pope in recognition of his work for Catholic charities.
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