From the moment Julie Andrews appears on the hills outside Salzburg (45 years ago) to the final daring escape from the Nazis, The Sound of Music is embedded in the DNA of a generation. But what was it like to be part of all this? For seven children, the summer of 1964 was a magical one, spent in Salzburg, Austria with their parents or guardians, the film’s stars and director, and last – but not least – each other. The Sound of Music Family Scrapbook tells their story, following their journey through the filming, the movie’s release and beyond. It features a DVD of their own home-movie footage, and memorabilia they have cherished and preserved over the years. If you ever dreamed of marching round the fountains singing “Do Re Mi” you will love this enchanting story of how seven boys and girls became a family – and how they have kept that closeness for over 45 years.
THE SOUND OF MUSIC: FAMILY SCRAPBOOK by Fred Bronson is published by Carlton Books and is available to buy from carltonbooks.co.uk.
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