Here are 8 famous musicians from France died before 25:
Lili Boulanger (August 21, 1893 Paris-March 15, 1918 Mézy-sur-Seine) also known as Boulanger, Lili was a French musician and composer.
Her discography includes: les mélodies, Faust et Hélène (City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, BBC Philharmonic feat. conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier), and Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms / Boulanger: Du fond de l'abîme, Psalms 24 & 129, Vieille prière bouddhique. Genres: Classical music.
She died as a result of crohn's disease.
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Raymond Radiguet (June 18, 1903 Saint-Maur-des-Fossés-December 12, 1923 Paris) was a French novelist and writer.
He died in epidemic typhus.
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Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (October 4, 1891 Orléans-June 5, 1915 Neuville-Saint-Vaast) was a French personality.
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Jeanne Hébuterne (April 6, 1898 Meaux-January 25, 1920 Paris) also known as Jeanne Hebuterne was a French artist, art model and visual artist. She had one child, Jeanne Modigliani.
She died caused by suicide.
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Pierre Batcheff (June 23, 1907 Harbin-April 13, 1932 7th arrondissement) also known as Pierre Batchef or Piotr Bacev was a French actor.
He died as a result of suicide.
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Sylvia Lopez (August 24, 1936 Vienna-November 20, 1959 Rome) also known as Tania Karen, Sylvia Sinclair, Tatjana Bernt or Sylvia Sainclair was a French actor.
She died in leukemia.
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Vanessa Duriès (April 5, 1972-December 13, 1993 Montélimar) otherwise known as Vanessa Duries or Katia Lamara was a French writer and novelist.
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Jean Germain Drouais (November 25, 1763 Paris-July 15, 1788) was a French personality.
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