|Birth Day||March 17, 1805|
|Birth Place||Madrid, Spain|
|Age||214 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jul 1, 1906 (age 101)|
Spanish baritone singer and Teacher best known for inventing the first-ever laryngoscope in 1854.
He was a baritone singer who abandoned singing to pursue a teaching career at the Paris Conservatory in 1830.
He lived until the age of 101.
He had sisters named Maria and Pauline.
He had many famous pupils, including singer Jenny Lind.