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Rosmarie Trapp, Whose Family Inspired ‘Sound Of Music’, Dies: Latest Updates!!

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Rosmarie Trapp Updates: Rosmarie Trapp, whose Austrian family, the von Trapps, was immortalised in the musical and film “The Sound of Music,” has passed away.She died at a nursing facility in Morrisville, Vermont, on Friday at the age of 93, according to Trapp Family Lodge. Her brother Johannes is the resort’s president.Rosmarie von Trapp was the first child of Austrian naval Captain Georg von Trapp and Maria von Trapp, and a younger half-sister to the von Trapp children seen on stage and in the film.

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About Rosmarie Trapp

In 1938, the family escaped Nazi occupied Austria and embarked on a singing tour of Europe and America. In the early 1940s, they moved to Vermont and founded a ski lodge in Stowe.”She toured and performed with the Trapp Family Singers for many years,” Trapp Family Lodge said in a statement.According to the statement, “her kindness, generosity, and vibrant character were legendary, and she had a tremendous impact on innumerable lives.”

Rosmarie Trapp

“The Sound of Music” was partially based on Maria von Trapp’s 1949 novel. Georg von Trapp had seven children with his first wife, Agathe Whitehead von Trapp. Georg married Maria, who taught the children music, after his first wife died.There were three additional children born to Georg and Maria von Trapp, Rosmarie, Eleonore, and Johannes, who were not depicted in the film. Eleonore “Lorli” von Trapp Campbell died in Northfield, Vermont, in October.According to the lodge, when she became a US citizen in 1951, she signed her name Rosmarie Trapp, omitting the von.Rosmarie and her sister Maria served as missionaries and teachers in Papua New Guinea for five years, according to her relatives. She was well-known in Stowe for walking everywhere and bringing her items home in a waggon or cart. They said she also submitted letters to the local newspaper, where she was granted her own section, “Rosmarie’s Corner,” for her stories. They stated she hosted singalongs, knitting circles, spun wool, owned many thrift stores, and enjoyed teaching people to sing.

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