Here are 12 famous musicians from France died at 60:
Michel de Certeau (May 17, 1925 Chambéry-January 9, 1986 Paris) also known as Michel Certeau was a French writer and philosopher.
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Georges Bernanos (February 20, 1888 Paris-July 5, 1948 Neuilly-sur-Seine) was a French writer, novelist, soldier and screenwriter. He had two children, Michel Bernanos and Yves Bernanos.
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Jean-François Millet (October 4, 1814 Gréville-Hague-January 20, 1875 Barbizon) also known as Jean-Francois Millet, Jean Franois Millet or Jean-François Millet was a French painter, artist and visual artist.
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Jean-François Rewbell (October 8, 1747 Colmar-November 23, 1807 Colmar) also known as Jean-Francois Rewbell was a French lawyer.
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Pierre Louis Maupertuis (September 28, 1698 Saint-Malo-July 27, 1759 Basel) also known as Pierre-Louis Moreau de Maupertuis or Maupertuis was a French scientist, mathematician and astronomer.
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Jean-Charles Cazin (May 25, 1840 Samer-March 17, 1901) also known as Jean Charles Cazin was a French personality.
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Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve (April 5, 1695 Paris-December 29, 1755) was a French novelist.
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Antoine Coypel (April 11, 1661 Paris-January 7, 1722 Paris) was a French personality.
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John Theophilus Desaguliers (March 12, 1683 La Rochelle-February 29, 1744 Covent Garden) otherwise known as J. T. Desaguliers was a French scientist, philosopher and engineer.
He died in gout.
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Louis Amédée Achard (April 19, 1814 Marseille-March 24, 1875 Paris) otherwise known as Louis Amedee Achard was a French journalist and novelist.
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Charles-André van Loo (February 15, 1705 Nice-July 15, 1765 Paris) otherwise known as Charles-Andre van Loo was a French personality.
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Louis Claude de Saint-Martin (January 18, 1743 Amboise-October 13, 1803 Châtenay-Malabry) also known as Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin was a French philosopher.
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