"Oh God, tell me this is a lie, it's a dream," said Clarissa Paulino
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The pain was untenable …
The widow of Dominican bachatero Yoskar Sarante she could not contain her cry before the lifeless body of her husband, who arrived on Tuesday Santo Domingo to be buried.
"Oh, God! Tell me this is a lie, it's a dream," said CLarissa Paulino, with whom the artist procreated three children.
The corpse of Sarante, one of the icons of Dominican bachata, was moved from, Orlando, Florida, where he died at 49 years of age due to pulmonary fibrosis on December 21.
The newspaper Listín Diario detailed that the body is veiled from 6 p.m. from yesterday in the chapel The Orchids of the Memorial Garden Cemetery.
The interpreter of songs like "Llora alma mía" will be buried this Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Sarante, who was born in 1970 in the capital sector of Villas Agrícolas, showed an inclination for music since childhood.
Several exponents of the genre as Anthony Santos and Romeo Santos manifested their mourning after the death of the artist.
The mermaid Pochy Family He was present this Tuesday at the wake and highlighted the artistic value of his colleague. "The Dominican Republic lost one of the best performers of bachata, a person who set a style not only on stage, but also on recordings. He was a person who left a legacy for Dominican society, "he said.