Belgian music stars died as a result of Pulmonary embolism

Here are 1 famous musicians from Belgium died in Pulmonary embolism:

Jacques Brel

Jacques Brel (April 8, 1929 Schaerbeek-October 9, 1978 Bobigny) also known as Jaques Brel, Jacques Romain Georges Brel or Abbé Brel was a Belgian actor, singer-songwriter, film score composer, film director and screenwriter. He had three children, Chantal Brel, Isabelle Brel and France Brel.

His most recognized albums: Au printemps, La valse à mille temps, Enregistrement Public à l'Olympia 1961, Les bourgeois, Les Vieux, Ces gens-là, Ne me quitte pas, Les Marquises, De 24 grootste successen and Jacques Brel, Volume 1. His related genres: Chanson.

Brel was a multilingual artist who sang in French and Dutch, and also wrote lyrics and music in those languages. He was known for his intense, emotional performances and his deeply poetic and socially conscious lyrics. In addition to his music career, Brel also acted in several films, including "Mon Oncle Benjamin" and "L'emmerdeur." He was influential in the French chanson genre and his work has been covered by many artists, including Nina Simone, Frank Sinatra, and David Bowie. He died at the age of 49 from lung cancer, but his legacy lives on as one of the most iconic and beloved singers of his era.

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