Here are 25 famous musicians from France died at 79:
Jean Gabriel Maurice Rocques (November 16, 1761-February 8, 1841) also known as Maurice Montgaillard was a French politician.
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Marie de Gournay (October 6, 1565 Paris-July 13, 1645 Paris) was a French writer and novelist.
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François-René de Chateaubriand (September 4, 1768 Saint-Malo-July 4, 1848 Paris) also known as Francois-Rene de Chateaubriand, Chateaubriand, Francois-Rene Chateaubriand or François René de Chateaubriand was a French journalist, politician and novelist.
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Edgar Faure (August 18, 1908 Béziers-March 30, 1988 Paris) was a French lawyer and politician.
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Gabriel Fauré (May 12, 1845 Pamiers-November 4, 1924 Paris) also known as Fauré, Gabriel Urbain Fauré, Faure, 포레, Fauri, G. Fauré or Fauré, Gabriel was a French organist, pianist, composer and conductor. He had two children, Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet and Philippe Fauré-Fremiet.
His albums include Musique de chambre (cello: Frédéric Lodeon, piano: Jean-Philippe Collard, alto: Bruno Pasquier, violin: Augustin Dumay), Volume 2, Requiem Op. 48 (Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire feat. conductor: André Cluytens, soprano: Victoria de los Angeles, baritone: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau), Violin Sonatas, The Complete Music for Piano, Musique de chambre, Volume 1, Requiem & Cantique de Jean Racine - Cambridge Singers City of London Sinfonia John Rutter, Complete Works for Cello, Musique de chambre (feat. cello: Frédéric Lodeon, flute: Michel Debost, piano: Jean-Philippe Collard, violin: Augustin Dumay), Volume 1, 13 Nocturnes (piano: Germaine Thyssens-Valentin) and Piano Quartets, Opp. 15 & 45 (piano: Emanuel Ax, violin: Isaac Stern, viola: Jaime Laredo, cello: Yo-Yo Ma). Genres he performed: Romantic music, Classical music, Opera, Incidental music, Chamber music and Art song.
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Hans Arp (September 16, 1886 Strasbourg-June 7, 1966 Basel) also known as Jean Arp was a French sculptor, painter and poet.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Jean Crotti (April 24, 1878 Bulle-January 30, 1958 Paris) was a French personality.
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Marcellin Berthelot (October 25, 1827 Paris-March 18, 1907 Paris) also known as M. Berthelot or Pierre Eugène Marcellin Berthelot was a French scientist and chemist. His child is Philippe Berthelot.
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Alain-René Lesage (May 6, 1668 Sarzeau-November 17, 1747 Boulogne-sur-Mer) also known as Alain-Rene Lesage or Alain René Le Sage was a French novelist and playwright.
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Raymond Desèze (September 26, 1748 Bordeaux-May 2, 1828 Paris) otherwise known as Raymond Deseze was a French lawyer.
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Pierre Bonnard (October 3, 1867 Fontenay-aux-Roses-January 23, 1947 Le Cannet) was a French personality.
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William-Adolphe Bouguereau (November 30, 1825 La Rochelle-August 19, 1905 La Rochelle) also known as William Adolphe Bouguereau was a French draftsman, painter, artist, art teacher and visual artist.
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Jean-Léon Gérôme (May 10, 1824 Vesoul-January 10, 1904 Paris) otherwise known as Jean-Leon Gerome was a French painter, artist and visual artist.
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Marcel Pagnol (February 28, 1895 Aubagne-April 18, 1974 Paris) also known as John H. Kneubuhl was a French novelist, playwright, screenwriter, film director, writer and film producer. He had five children, Frédéric Pagnol, Estelle Pagnol, Jacques Pagnol, Jean-Pierre Burgart and Francine Pagnol.
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Jean-Baptiste Greuze (August 21, 1725 Tournus-March 4, 1805 Paris) was a French personality.
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Gen Paul (July 2, 1895 Montmartre-April 30, 1975 Paris) was a French painter.
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Pierre Paul Émile Roux (December 17, 1853 Confolens-November 3, 1933 Paris) also known as Pierre Paul Emile Roux or Dr. Pierre Paul Émile Roux was a French scientist and physician.
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Michel Serrault (January 24, 1928 Brunoy-July 29, 2007 Équemauville) otherwise known as Michel Lucien Serrault was a French actor. He had two children, Nathalie Serrault and Caroline Serrault.
His discography includes: .
He died in cancer.
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Carolus-Duran (July 4, 1837 Lille-February 17, 1917 Paris) was a French painter, artist and visual artist.
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Henri-Pierre Roché (May 28, 1879 Paris-April 9, 1959 Sèvres) also known as Henri-Pierre Roche was a French journalist and novelist.
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Jules Breton (May 1, 1827 Courrières-July 5, 1906 Paris) otherwise known as Jules Adolphe Aime Louis Breton or Jules Adolphe Breton was a French personality.
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Viviane Romance (July 4, 1912 Roubaix-September 25, 1991 Nice) a.k.a. Pauline Arlette Ortmans, Pauline Ronacher Ortmanns or Pauline Ronacher was a French actor, film producer and model.
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Pierre Laffitte (February 21, 1823 France-January 4, 1903) was a French philosopher.
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Annie Girardot (October 25, 1931 Paris-February 28, 2011 Paris) also known as Annie Suzanne Girardot, Annie Girardot de la Comédie Française, La Girardot, Annnie Girardot de la Comédie Française or Anni Zhirardo was a French actor. She had one child, Giulia Salvatori.
Her discography includes: Vivre pour vivre.
She died caused by alzheimer's disease.
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Ludmilla Tchérina (October 10, 1924 Paris-March 21, 2004 Paris) also known as Ludmilla Tcherina, Monika Tchemerzin, Monique Audran, Ludmila Tchérina or Monique Tchemerzine was a French actor, ballet dancer, sculptor, painter, choreographer and author.
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