In August, we already reported about the terrible death of Dutch musician Glenn Corneille, who participated in the Dutch national Eurovision Song Contest selection of 2003. Now it appears that the photo etching at his grave has been stolen!
According to police investigation, the theft probably took place Thursday or Friday. The etching was made by a friend of the musician. His parents filed the heartless act with the police.
Aged 35, Dutch pianist, composer and arranger Glenn Corneille died at 23rd August in a car crash. Glenn was on his way home after he had been performing with the Dutch singer Do. Glenn Corneille participated in the semifinal of the Nationaal Songfestival 2003, together with Boris Titulaer as the duo Sofuja. Their song, She would, was a fan favourite but eventually didn't make it to the final.
Glenn Corneille was a well known pianist, composer and arranger in the Netherlands. He played album tracks for Boris, Do and Allessandro Saffina and was known as one of the pianists in the television programme De Notenclub, which was hosted by Nance (host of the Nationaal Songfestival in 2004 and 2005) and in which Danny Wuyts (Flemish national final 2002) was the other pianist.