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Source: Singing the Faith: 266
Words: Graham Kendrick
Music: Graham Kendrick  arr Martin V. Clarke
Metre: Irregular
Verses: 2

Cabel, Marie Josephe – (1827 – 1885)
Belgian soprano
Marie Josephe Dreulette was born (Jan 31, 1827) in Liege. She trained as a singer under Louis Joseph Cabel who later became her husband. Madame Cabel later divorced her husband but retained his surname. She studied at the Paris Conservatoire and made her stage debut at the Opera Comique (1850). Cabel performed throughout France, Belgium and England and created the lead role in Le Promise (1854) by Antoine Clapisson (1808 – 1863). Her successful career came to en end due to debilitating mental illness (1877) and she was later confined to an asylum. Madame Cabel died (May 23, 1885) aged fifty-eight, in Paris.

Cabot, Petra – (1907 – 2006)
American designer
Petra Cabot was born (Feb 21, 1907) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. An extremely talented artist, she was employed to design china dinnerware for the Russel Wright company (1935 – 1950), whilst her best known work was the plaid Skotch Kooler, which remained popular throughout the decade of the 1950’s. Miss Cabot’s first husband was the poet Laurence Jordan, from whom she was later divorced (1931). Petra Cabot died (Oct 13, 2006) aged ninety-nine, in Woodstock, New York.

Cabrera, Ana de – (1897 – 1970)
Argentinian musician and composer
Ana de Cabrera was born at Simoca in Tucuman, and was first introduced to music at church. She later studied music at Cordoba and took instruction in guitar from Andre Segovia (1893 – 1987). She composed the collections of Argentine folk music Serie de Cantos Nativos and Danzas y Canciones Argentinas .

Source: Singing the Faith: 266
Words: Graham Kendrick
Music: Graham Kendrick  arr Martin V. Clarke
Metre: Irregular
Verses: 2

Source: Singing the Faith: 266
Words: Graham Kendrick
Music: Graham Kendrick  arr Martin V. Clarke
Metre: Irregular
Verses: 2

Cabel, Marie Josephe – (1827 – 1885)
Belgian soprano
Marie Josephe Dreulette was born (Jan 31, 1827) in Liege. She trained as a singer under Louis Joseph Cabel who later became her husband. Madame Cabel later divorced her husband but retained his surname. She studied at the Paris Conservatoire and made her stage debut at the Opera Comique (1850). Cabel performed throughout France, Belgium and England and created the lead role in Le Promise (1854) by Antoine Clapisson (1808 – 1863). Her successful career came to en end due to debilitating mental illness (1877) and she was later confined to an asylum. Madame Cabel died (May 23, 1885) aged fifty-eight, in Paris.

Cabot, Petra – (1907 – 2006)
American designer
Petra Cabot was born (Feb 21, 1907) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. An extremely talented artist, she was employed to design china dinnerware for the Russel Wright company (1935 – 1950), whilst her best known work was the plaid Skotch Kooler, which remained popular throughout the decade of the 1950’s. Miss Cabot’s first husband was the poet Laurence Jordan, from whom she was later divorced (1931). Petra Cabot died (Oct 13, 2006) aged ninety-nine, in Woodstock, New York.

Cabrera, Ana de – (1897 – 1970)
Argentinian musician and composer
Ana de Cabrera was born at Simoca in Tucuman, and was first introduced to music at church. She later studied music at Cordoba and took instruction in guitar from Andre Segovia (1893 – 1987). She composed the collections of Argentine folk music Serie de Cantos Nativos and Danzas y Canciones Argentinas .

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