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More than 50 ambulance staff attended the funeral at Exeter & Devon Crematorium on Friday, forming an honour guard.Thick, grey clouds provided a sombre backdrop as Kath, from Newton Abbot, arrived in a vintage ambulance, which was led by the flashing blue lights of two paramedics on motorcycles.It was tipping with rain and so cold that the teeth of the pregnant woman sitting next to me started to chatter, and we had to fashion a blanket for her out of various cagoules, yet still she swooned as the Italian love god made his way through arias from La Traviata and La Bohème.Opera snobs are terribly snooty about Bocelli’s particular brand of “popera” – Time To Say Goodbye, which he does with Sarah Brightman, is possibly the cheesiest song ever to have been recorded – but I imagine that as he sang to the crowd in Central Park, he couldn’t have given two hoots.He continued to hone his talent, studying voice with Luciano Bettarini.It’s hard not to be morbidly interested in what music people choose to have their body laid to rest to, and that curiosity can be satisfied thanks to Co-op Funeralcare’s 2016 Funeral Music Chart."I always felt older than my years, maybe because I was married to someone older."I think it's typical of women when they love someone that they move themselves into that person's life and go with that.
Kath died on her 41st birthday after inspiring friends, family and colleagues to help her fight the disease until the end - raising thousands for last-ditch treatment.
It's a confident new style, and a sure sign of how much Sarah has vamped up her image since she stopped being Mrs Lloyd Webber.
"I was quite middle-aged when I was younger," she says.
His big break came when a demo tape landed in the hands of Luciano Pavarotti.
His 1995 album Born on September 22, 1958, in Lajatico, Italy, Andrea Bocelli became interested in music at an early age.
Her wicker coffin was carried by colleagues Louise Cox, Gareth Knights, Chris Parsons, Chris Hewett, Deb Woodward and Alison Moore, reports the Bristol Post.