Here are 15 famous musicians from France died at 65:
Madeleine Pelletier (May 18, 1874 France-December 29, 1939) also known as Dr. Madeleine Pelletier was a French physician, writer and novelist.
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Roger Désormière (September 13, 1898 Vichy-October 25, 1963 Paris) a.k.a. Roger Desormiere, Roger Desormières, Désormière, Désormières, Desormiere, Roger Désormières, Desormières or Roger Desormieres was a French conductor and film score composer.
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Eugène Delacroix (April 26, 1798 Saint-Maurice-en-Chalencon-August 13, 1863 Paris) a.k.a. Eugene Delacroix, Eugne Delacroix or Eugène Delacroix was a French artist and visual artist.
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Charles Fourier (April 7, 1772 Besançon-October 10, 1837 Paris) was a French philosopher.
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Georges de Scudéry (August 22, 1601 Le Havre-May 14, 1667 Paris) also known as Georges de Scudery or Scudéry was a French novelist and playwright.
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Marcel Aymé (March 29, 1902 Joigny-October 14, 1967 Paris) also known as Marcel Ayme was a French novelist, screenwriter and writer.
His albums: , , and .
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Guillaume du Vair (March 7, 1556 Paris-August 3, 1621 Tonneins) was a French lawyer and writer.
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Alexandre Cabanel (September 28, 1823 Montpellier-January 23, 1889 Paris) was a French artist and visual artist.
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Charles Paul Landon (October 12, 1760 France-March 5, 1826 Paris) a.k.a. C. P. Landon was a French personality.
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Polaire (May 14, 1874 Algiers-October 14, 1939 Champigny-sur-Marne) also known as Emilie Marie Bouchaud, Pauline Polaire or Emilie-Marie Bouchaud was a French singer.
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Michel Colombier (May 23, 1939 Lyon-November 14, 2004 Santa Monica) also known as Michel Clombier or Michael Colombier was a French composer, film score composer, conductor, music arranger and songwriter. He had six children, Agathe Colombier, Siena Colombier, David Colombier, Arabella Colombier, Emily Colombier and Christian Colombier.
His albums include Michel Colombier, Old Fool Back on Earth, Swept Away, Largo Winch TV Series Soundtrack, Wings, The Golden Child: Music from the Motion Picture, Metamorphose: Messe pour le Temps Present, Psyché Rock Sessions, Psyche Rock and Cannabis / Ce sacré grand père. Genres he performed: Film score and Ballet.
He died in cancer.
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Charles Lamoureux (September 28, 1834 Bordeaux-December 21, 1899 Paris) was a French conductor and violinist.
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James Tissot (October 15, 1836 Nantes-August 8, 1902 Chenecey-Buillon) also known as James Jacques Joseph Tissot was a French personality.
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Jean Guillaume Auguste Lugol (August 18, 1786 Montauban-September 16, 1851) was a French physician.
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Jean Antoine Villemin (January 28, 1827 Prey, Vosges-October 6, 1892) a.k.a. Dr. Jean Antoine Villemin was a French physician.
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