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Enrico Annibale Butti (1868—1912)

Enrico Baj (1924—2003)

Enrico Banducci (b. 1922)

Enrico Bemporad (1868—1944)

Enrico Berlinguer (b. 1922)

Enrico Bevignani (1841—1903)

Enrico Caruso (1873—1921) Italian operatic tenor

Enrico Caterino Davila (1576—1631)

Enrico Cavacchioli (1885—1954)

Enrico Cecchetti (1850—1928)

Enrico Corradini (1865—1931)

Enrico Dandolo (c. 1108—1205)

Enrico Delle Sedie (1822—1907)

Enrico Donati (1909—2008)

Enrico Fainardi

Enrico Falqui (1901—1974)

Enrico Fermi (1901—1954) Italian-born American atomic physicist

Enrico Flores

Enrico IV

Enrico Mainardi (1897—1976)

Enrico Palandri (b. 1956)

Enrico Panzacchi (1840—1904)

Enrico Pea (1881—1958)

Enrico Perotti

Enrico Pieranunzi (b. 1949)

Enrico Prampolini (1894—1956)

Enrico Rava (b. 1939)

Enrico Tamberlik (1820—1889)

Enrico Thovez (1869—1925)


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1 (Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor). See Ashton of Lammermoor, Lord Henry.

2 King Henry VIII (Donizetti: Anna Bolena) Bass. The King of England is losing interest in his second wife, Anna Bolena (Anne Boleyn), and now favours Giovanna (Jane) Seymour. In his attempts to find Anna guilty of treason, he encourages her old love, Lord Percy, to return. When he finds them innocently together, the King sends Anna to the Tower to await trial. Despite all the protests of Percy, her brother Rochefort, and her page, he sentences her to the scaffold. Created (1830) by Filippo Galli.

3 (Haydn: L'isola disabitata). Bass. Friend of Gernando. Accompanies him to rescue his wife from a deserted island and falls in love with her sister. Created (1779) by Benedetto Bianchi.

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