Tomb of revue-artist Piet Muijselaar (‘Snip’) is not removed
The tomb of the famous revue artist Pieter Muijselaar is not removed. That report cemetery Zorgvlied in amsterdam on Friday on its website.
Previously reported to the media that there would be. The cause of the commotion was a sign at the tomb, in which survivors were asked to sign. Often that is a harbinger that there are any plans for a tomb to clean up.
But the final resting place of Muijselaar is kept intact, confirms Yet. “This is in line with the policy Yet to tombs of famous people, in principle, not to clean up,” writes the cemetery. Those people count as “culture carriers”, and “as Yet is aware of that these tombs are of in this case, a beloved artist a lot of meaning for many people.”
Popular character created
Piet Muijselaar (1899-1978 on the left in the photo) was known as the memento of Snip. The artist performed for more than forty years with his colleague Willy Walden, that Snap of grief. Muijselaar broke in the twenties of the last century with his game in the Bouwmeester-revue and The Variegated Dinsdagavondtrein.
In this last radio show also made Snip and Snap for the first time made their appearance. The characters appeared in 1954 for the first time on television. The duo Muijselaar and Walden stopped in 1977 with occur, when Muijselaar became ill. Fans who want to help the grave of the actor to maintain, can make a donation, log Yet.