Mary Ann Virginia Gabriel (1825-1877) was born at Banstead, Surrey, England. She studied music under Johann Peter Pixis, Theodor Dohler, Sigismond Thalberg and Bernhard Molique, and Saverio Mercadante. She became very well-known as a song-writer. She also composed nine operas and a number of cantatas. Her husband was her librettist George March. She died in London from “injuries sustained by a fall from a carriage.”
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