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Trapp

(trop),
Julius, Russian pharmacist, 1815-1908. See: Trapp formula, Trapp-Häser formula.
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The romantic tale of a father, Captain Von Trapp, falling in love with nun-turned-Governess Maria, immortalised by Julie Andrews in the 1965 film.
Von Trapp comes to mind, of him gathering his children around him while he played "Edelweiss" on his guitar, its no wonder.
She performed the song Sixteen Going on Seventeen in her role as the eldest of the von Trapp children.
It was inspired by the memoirs of the real Maria Von Trapp. Julie Andrews nearly turned down the role of Maria because she was worried it might be too similar to her character in Mary Poppins.
Julie Andrews warbling her way across the mountains in the role of Maria von Trapp remains one of the silver screen's iconic images.
The quartet are the great-grandchildren of Captain von Trapp and step great grandchildren of his wife Maria - of the Sound of Music fame.
At its heart, however, e Sound of Music is a Cinderella tale, with the initially gauche and naive nun-turned-governess Maria winning the heart of the aristocratic, emotionally damaged Captain Von Trapp.
Maria, who was born in 1914, was the last surviving member of the original Trapp Family Singers, who were made popular by the classic "The Sound of Music" (1965).
FAMILY MATTERS: (Clockwise from left) John-Boy and Grandma Walton, the Von Trapps, The Brady Bunch, The Simpsons and The Addams Family
"We are always singing and humming together, even when we are not on stage." But despite all the singing and dancing for which the wartime von Trapps became famous ( and which inspired the movie ( Sofia says they didn't grow up serenading their favourite things.
In 1941, Wiessner and Krauss were the first to climb "High Exposure" in the Trapps. Today, this route is considered by many to be the single best rock-climbing route in the world for its level of difficulty.