Giuseppe Osvaldo MARCHESI Margherita MARCHESI Elena MARCHESI Veronica EISENRING Mini tree diagram

Arnoldo MARCHESI

19th Aug 1909 - 19th Dec 1936

Life History

19th Aug 1909

Born in Bazenheid SG

19th Dec 1936

Died

Notes

  • Arnoldo Marchesi-Eisenring:
    Nacque a Batzenheid nel 1908, primogenito di Giuseppe Marchesi-Dorizzi e Veronica Marchesi-Eisenring. Arnoldo frequentò le prime due classi elementari a Batzenheid. Poi continuò le scuole a Poschiavo, dove la famiglia si era trasferita nei 1917: il padre Giuseppe Marchesi aveva assunto la funzione di medico del distretto Bernina.
    Don Tobia, Vicario a Poschiavo, dette ad Arnoldo lezioni di italiano per facilitargli l'inserimento scolastico. Finite le elementari
    fu iscritto al collegio dei Gesuiti a Feldkirch (Austria), dove iniziò il ginnasio. Si trasferi poi a Friborgo (Svizzera) per continuare
    il ginnasio in francese.
    Arnoldo era musico appassionato. Da giovane iniziò a suonare il piano e il violino. Con sua sorella Margherita soleva suonare
    il piano a quattro mani o lei lo accompagnava al pianoforte mentre lui suonava il violino. Sovente si univa anche la loro amica Ines
    Mengotti (più tardi suora presso le Ancelle del Sacro Cuore a Bologna) al pianoforte, anche lei molto portata per la musica.
    Arnoldo moriva a soli 27 anni nell'autunno 1936.

    English.
    Arnoldo was born at Bazenheidt in 1908, the first child of Giuseppe Marchesi-Dorizzi and Veronica Marchesi-Eisenring. He was often top of the class at elementary school in Bazenheidt and continued his schooling at Poschaivo where the family had moved to in 1917 as his father had taken over as doctor for the Bernina District. Don Tobia,  Vicar of Poschiavo, gave Arnoldo lessons in Italian to enable him to integrate into the school. At the end of his elementary schooling, he was enrolled at the Jesuit College at Feldkirch (Austria), where he began his grammar education. He moved then to Friborg (Switzerland) to continue his studies in French.
    Arnoldo was a passionate musician and began to play the piano and violin when he was young. He used to play duets on the piano with his sister Margherita, or she accompanied him as he played the violin. Often, he was joined by their friend Ines Mengotti, also a keen musician (later a nun at the Convent of the Sacred Heart at Bologna), at the piano. Arnoldo was only 27 when he died in the autumn of 1936.

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