Burying your father Soriano’s deadly remains in Kaytete: ‘Exciting’

In the lull of dawn on Friday, as Bohemians celebrate the moon and drink as legacies, the remains of avid singer and rooster Soriano have arrived in the Bahian town of Quetete, 645 kilometers from Salvador. The Bahian singer’s last song ended differently from his heartbreaking and broken songs: a happy ending. The singer’s remains, without proper care in grave No. 53817, in Cemitério do Caju, in Rio de Janeiro, now rest in eternal Bohemia for his hometown cemetery. Now with granite tombstones, irrigated flowers, and fair acclaim, your father has received the affection of fans and family members living in Kaytete. His new cemetery promises to be a frequent site for many fans in the area.

“We preferred something more familiar and decided not to announce the arrival of the remains of my parents and grandparents. However, its arrival was leaked and there were many people from the area and even from other cities accompanying the funeral. It was very satisfying and exciting. It was very satisfying and exciting. Your parents’ nephew Joao Soriano said: There was a Promado fan who found out last night and got up early to arrive in time for mass and burial.” His father and his name are buried in the same grave in Rio de Janeiro, as was your parents’ father, Manuel Sebastiao Soriano. All three are buried together again.

“It is a way to get to know the artist of the earth. We had the support of many people when we decided to bring the remains of our family members to Caetité. Now family, friends and fans will be able to pay their respects to the singer of the earth, who is now well deserved,” continues Joao. According to the lawyer, the singer’s children were consulted, but no one was interested in doing anything for the remains of your parents. It was then that the mission of bringing him to Bahian City began.

And another relative of the artist played a decisive role in the transfer. Your parents’ niece, Delita Soriano, affectionately known as Dona Letina, lived in Rio de Janeiro and lived daily with the King of Brega, until her death in 2008, of prostate cancer, at the age of 75.





“He lived there in the house, we lived and grew up together. He was 11 years older than me. I also lived in Rio de Janeiro and bought a headstone for my grandfather. Your parents died and were buried there too. While I was there I tended to the grave, which was not taken care of.” Badly, it was just rustic. When I got back to Caetité, I could no longer care about it and stayed there. His family never cared. The woman [viúva] dont care. She got all the copyright, but she never took care of his grave and never visited his grave. So this was it. His family here brought him back to Kayteity. Mission accomplished,” said Waldeleta, who provided all the bureaucracy for transportation. Your parents left about 800 written songs and 80 recorded records.

Since she owned the tomb in Rio, in addition to providing papers, Litinha went to Rio to accompany the exhumation of the Bohemian remains and arrange transportation from the state capital to Caetité. Despite an offer of financial assistance from the city of Kaitete and friends and politicians in the area, Letitia did not accept and preferred to bear all the expenses. However, some residents of Kayteti do not intend to stop there.

“It’s been an old wish for everyone here in town. We will now present a bust of Ludic Soriano in the square, complete with a traditional hat and glasses. Kaitya needs to appreciate her illustrious children who have carried our name across the country. I myself had a drink with your parents and I’m so proud of it. I could keep up, it was young at the time and our singer already had a lot of experience in Bohemia, right?”, recalls the mayor of the city of Kaitete, Valticio Aguiar. “It has given us an honorable place in the history of Brazilian music,” he adds.

The day of tribute was on this second day and the burial was more conservative. First, a requiem only for family members, politicians, and some fans who learned of the arrival of the remains. Monsignor Ademar Cardoso, 93, celebrated the mass. The ceremony ended with burial and applause. Now, homage is responsible for every Caetite bohemian, in every toast in the pub or in lamenting a lost love. “Drunk, I spend the nights in the streets! I only have the moon and the drink as an inheritance / Today I have only memory / Torture of my bohemian soul.” Sixto, your parents!

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