French musicians who were born in 1930

Here are 18 famous musicians from France were born in 1930:

Jacques Derrida

Jacques Derrida (July 15, 1930 El Biar-October 9, 2004 Paris) a.k.a. Derrida, Jacques was a French philosopher. He had one child, Pierre Alféri.

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Jean Rochefort

Jean Rochefort (April 29, 1930 Dinan-) a.k.a. Rochefort, Jean Raoul Robert Rochefort, Mon petit Jeannot, Jeannot, Signor Roccaforte or My Little Jeannot is a French actor, film director, horse breeder, consultant and voice actor. His children are called Julien Rochefort, Louise Rochefort, Pierre Rochefort, Marie Rochefort, Clémence Rochefort and Guillaume Rochefort.

His albums: Le Roman de Renart.

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Pierre Gabaye

Pierre Gabaye (February 20, 1930 Paris-March 1, 2015) was a French , .

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Guy Béart

Guy Béart (July 16, 1930 Cairo-) a.k.a. Guy Beart, Béart, Guy or Guy Béhart-Hasson is a French singer, poet, film score composer, actor and songwriter. He has one child, Emmanuelle Béart.

Discography: Très vieilles chansons de France, Les Grandes Chansons, La Gamberge, , , Best of 3 CD & son nouvel album, , , and .

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Jean-Louis Trintignant

Jean-Louis Trintignant (December 11, 1930 Piolenc-) also known as J.L. Trintignant, Jean Louis Trintignant or Jean-Louis Xavier Trintignant is a French actor, screenwriter, film director and voice actor. He has three children, Pauline Trintignant, Vincent Trintignant and Marie Trintignant.

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Jean-Luc Godard

Jean-Luc Godard (December 3, 1930 Paris-) also known as JL Godard, Hans Lucas, Monsieur Godard, JeanLuc Cinéma Godard, Moi même, J.-L. Godard, Jean Godard, JLG or Godard is a French film director, screenwriter, actor, film editor, film producer, cinematographer, film critic, television director and television producer.

His albums: Histoire(s) du Cinéma and Nouvelle Vague.

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Jean Ferrat

Jean Ferrat (December 26, 1930 Vaucresson-March 13, 2010 Aubenas) also known as Ferrat, Jean was a French singer.

His most well known albums: Jean Ferrat (Coffret 6 CD), Aragon, Volume 1, Ferrat, Volume 2: 1963-1964, Nuit et Brouillard / La Montagne, Ferrat, Volume 3: 1965-1966, Potemkine / Maria, Ferrat, Volume 4: 1967-1969, Ma France / À Santiago, Ferrat, Volume 5: 1970-1971, Aimer à perdre la raison / Camarade, Ferrat, Volume 6: 1972-1975, À moi l'Afrique / La femme est l'avenir de l'Homme, Ferrat, Volume 7: 1979-1980, Les Instants volés / L'amour est cerise, Ferrat 91 and Ferrat 95 : 16 nouveaux poèmes d'Aragon.

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Pierre Max Dubois

Pierre Max Dubois (March 1, 1930-August 29, 1995) was a French , .

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Barbara

Barbara (June 9, 1930 Paris-November 24, 1997 Neuilly-sur-Seine) also known as Monique Serf, Monique Andrée Serf or Barbara Brodi was a French singer, singer-songwriter and actor.

Her discography includes: L'aigle noir, Bravo À Barbara, Ballades & mots d'amour, Anthologie (disc 1), Alhambra de Bordeaux 28-11-1969 'Campus spécial', Barbara : En public, Barbara singt Barbara, Barbara, Chatelet 87, Volume 1 and Chatelet 93 (disc 2). Genres she performed include Chanson and French pop music.

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Claude Bolling

Claude Bolling (April 10, 1930 Cannes-) also known as Clause Bolling or Claude Bolling Big Band is a French jazz pianist, actor, film score composer, music arranger and pianist.

His most well known albums: Enchanting Versailles - Strictly Classical, Bolling's Greatest Hits, Concerto Pour Guitare Classique Et Piano Jazz, Le Magnifique, Original Ragtime Piano Solo, Suite for Chamber Orchestra and Jazz Piano Trio, Suite for Violin and Jazz Piano, Suite for Cello & Jazz Piano Trio, Les brigades du tigre and Vintage Bolling. His related genres: Jazz.

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Christiane Legrand

Christiane Legrand (August 21, 1930 Paris-November 1, 2011 France) a.k.a. Legrand, Christiane or C. Legrand was a French singer and actor.

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Anton LaVey

Anton LaVey (April 11, 1930 Chicago-October 29, 1997 San Francisco) also known as LaVey, Anton, Howard Stanton Levey, Black Pope, Dr. LaVey, Tony or Anton Szandor LaVey was a French writer and organist. He had three children, Karla LaVey, Zeena Schreck and Satan Xerxes Carnacki LaVey.

Related albums: Satan Takes a Holiday.

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Michel Magne

Michel Magne (March 20, 1930 Lisieux-December 19, 1984 Cergy-Pontoise) was a French film score composer, orchestrator and songwriter.

His albums: Fantomas, Le monde est beau, tout le monde il est gentil, 25 ans de musique de films, Bandes originales des films de Georges Lautner, Galia, Les Misérables, Par un beau matin d'été, Angélique, Pour l’amour des sous / Parle au patron, ma tête est malade and Tout le monde il est beau tout le monde il est gentil / Alleluia garanti. Genres he performed: 20th-century classical music, Avant-garde music, Ballet and Film score.

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Jean Guillou

Jean Guillou (April 18, 1930 Angers-) also known as Guillou, Jean is a French organist.

His discography includes: Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition / Stravinsky: Three Dances From Petrouchka, The Great Organ of St. Eustache, Paris, Vivaldi for Organ and Jean Guillou joue Mozart.

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Christian Chevallier

Christian Chevallier (July 12, 1930 Angers-September 14, 2008) also known as Chevallier, Christian was a French film score composer.

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Sacha Briquet

Sacha Briquet (April 16, 1930 Neuilly-sur-Seine-July 17, 2010 Deauville) also known as Alexandre Edouard Albert Briquet was a French actor.

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Bernard Gérard

Bernard Gérard (April 26, 1930 Mouvaux-June 29, 2000 France) also known as Bernard Gerard was a French film score composer.

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Caravelli

Caravelli (September 12, 1930 Paris-) also known as Claude Vasori or Claude Vasor is a French composer, film score composer and music arranger. He has one child, Patrick Vasori.

His most important albums: Caravelli Et Son Grand Orchestre, Only You, Caravelli in Moscow, , , One Hour With Caravelli, Pluie d'étoiles, Caravelli Joue ABBA, and .

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