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The Story of the Trapp Family Singers - Part One: Chapter XI, Never Again Summary & Analysis

Maria von Trapp
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Part One: Chapter XI, Never Again Summary and Analysis

Father Wasner realizes that singing is serious to the Trapp family, and he becomes a regular at their house. The priest has vast knowledge of music theory and history and from him, they learn Motets and Masses they could never have tackled alone. Their love for the music is so genuine that in mornings they sing in their chapel at morning Mass. Evenings, they sing madrigals, ballads, and ancient folk songs outside in their park.

A famous performer, Lotte Lehmann, comes to inquire about renting, and hears them practicing. Recognizing their artistry, she encourages them to perform in a group singing festival. They are flattered, but thoughts of being on stage are intimidating. Georg can not imagine his family on stage, and tells Mrs. Lehmann that it is "out of the...

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