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Victor Herbert Victor Herbert had always felt music in his blood He knew he was to be a musician from an early age Even his grandfather Samuel Lover was a musician of sorts He wrote songs and for part of his life was a traveling performer When Victor was three his father died When his mother remarried shortly after Victors mother took a great interest in her sons musical future She enrolled him where he studied the cello which would later become his principle instrument Victor studied the cello his whole life and when he was an adult he became a cellist at the Stuttgart Opera in Stuttgart Germany While there he met the leading soprano of the opera Miss Theresa Foerster They quickly fell in love and were married Soon after she was asked to move to America to become the leading soprano for The Metropolitan Theresa wanted to go but said she would only comply if her husband Victor Herbert be asked to become the first cellist at The Metropolitan also He was readily accepted and they made their move to New York During their time there they had five children but sadly only two survived The eldest was a girl named Ella Victoria who later became the executive over her fathers business affairs The younger child was a boy named Clifford Victor Neither child was ever musically inclined however Clifford did take violin lessons when he was young Coincidentally the only song he was ever able to learn was The Low-Backed Car A song which had been written by his great-grandfather Samuel Lover Victor and Theresa had been completely in love when they married and moved to America but as the years passed by they grew more and more distant In 1887 Theresa left The Metropolitan There were many speculations made as to why she left and why they didnt seem to be getting along anymore Some said that
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