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The Spanish Internal War and the Great Depression period
Born April 12, 1933, Maria de Montserrat Viviana Concepcion Caballe lived in Barcelona.
During the Great Depression of the 1930s and the Spanish Civil War, her poor family had to bear the financial burden.
It was during the Civil War and the harsh post-war period that she never knew where the piece of food would come from, Caballe said in one of her interviews.
Carles Caballe I Borras and Anna Folch occasionally listened to their opera songs in the presence of little Caballe, who possessed considerable musical skill. They were also fans of classical music.
Caballe’s parents were able to admit her to the Conservatorio del Liceo when she was 13.
Eugenia Kemeny, who helped students learn breath training, was her instructor. The opera singer went on to say that she was able to have a huge career thanks to this instruction.
Caballe also learned with Napoleone Annovazzi, the music supervisor at the conservatory, and continued to study Spanish songwriting. She graduated at the age of 20 and began preparing for opera roles in Italy.
She focused her efforts in Switzerland after failing to secure parts in Italy. She landed a job at the Basel Opera and over the next few years toured Europe, singing over forty roles between the 1950s and 1960s.
Bernabe Marti, a Spanish tenor, married the singer in 1964. Montserrat Marti and Bernabe Marti were their two children.
Cabelle’s innate talent for singing in a wide range of styles introduced her to a wide range of followers. Another pivotal moment in her life occurred in 1987 when she and her mate Mercury took over Barcelona, which would later become the title song of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.
Cabelle had to deal with numerous health issues throughout his career, including a benign tumor, a cardio crisis and phlebitis. Due to these circumstances, she had to cancel many concerts.
She died at the age of 85 in Barcelona.
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