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Louise Pettitt, vocalist, founder of Attleboro's Chaminade Opera

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / April 2, 2006

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Music, Louise Pettitt told nearly everyone she encountered, has spiritual and physical restorative powers. ''She always said it was good for the soul," said Lisa Hirsbrunner of Attleboro, who studied voice with Mrs. Pettitt and performed under her direction in many productions. ''And if you said, 'I'm not feeling well,' she would say, 'You will feel much better after you've ... (Full article: 798 words)

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