Here are 19 famous musicians from France died at 59:
Michel de Montaigne (February 28, 1533 Château de Montaigne-September 13, 1592 Château de Montaigne) a.k.a. Michel Eyquem de Montaigne or Michel Montaigne was a French philosopher and writer.
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Pierre Jean Baptiste Choudard Desforges (September 15, 1746-August 13, 1806) was a French personality.
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Stendhal (January 23, 1783 Grenoble-March 23, 1842 Paris) also known as Henri Beyle, Stendahl or Marie-Henri Beyle was a French writer and novelist.
He died as a result of heart failure.
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Antoine Arnauld (August 6, 1560-December 29, 1619) was a French personality.
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Émile Durkheim (April 15, 1858 Épinal-November 15, 1917 Paris) a.k.a. Emile Durkheim, David Émile Durkheim or Durkheim was a French sociologist, scientist and philosopher. He had two children, Marie Durkheim and Andre Durkheim.
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Roland Topor (January 7, 1938 Paris-April 16, 1997 Paris) a.k.a. Topor, Roland or Topor was a French novelist, screenwriter, actor, illustrator, painter, writer, filmmaker, songwriter and film art director. His child is Nicolas Topor.
He died as a result of cerebral hemorrhage.
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Erik Satie (May 17, 1866 Honfleur-July 1, 1925 Arcueil) also known as Eric Sathe, Eric Satie, Satie, 사티, Éric Alfred Leslie Satie, Erik Alfred Leslie-Satie, Virginie Lebeau or François de Paule was a French composer and pianist.
His albums include Piano Works (selection), Erik Satie: Including Trois Gymnopédies (Anne Queffélec, Piano), The Complete Ballets of Erik Satie, Best of Satie, Piano Works, Volume 1, Piano Works, Piano Works, Volume 2, Queffélec - Oeuvres pour Piano à 2 & 4 mains, The Complete Solo Piano Music and 3 Gymnopédies & Other Piano Works (Pascal Rogé). Genres related to him: 20th-century classical music, Ballet and Opera.
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Joris-Karl Huysmans (February 5, 1848 Paris-May 12, 1907 Paris) a.k.a. Charles-Marie-Georges Huysmans or J. K. Huysmans was a French novelist and author.
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François Rabelais (February 4, 1494 Chinon-April 9, 1553 Paris) also known as Francois Rabelais, Alcofrybas Nasier, François Rabelais, Francis Rabelais or Rabelais was a French novelist, physician and writer.
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Auguste Comte (January 19, 1798 Montpellier-September 5, 1857 Paris) otherwise known as Isidore Auguste Marie François Xavier Comte was a French philosopher.
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Muretus (April 12, 1526 Limoges-June 4, 1585 Rome) otherwise known as Marc-Antoine Muret or Muret, Marc-Antoine was a French philosopher.
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Madame de La Fayette (March 18, 1634 Kingdom of France-May 25, 1693 Kingdom of France) also known as Madame de Lafayette, Marie-Madeleine Pioche de La Vergne, Lafayette., Marie Madeleine Pioche de la Vergne or Mme. de Lafayette was a French novelist and writer.
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Alfred Sisley (October 30, 1839 Paris-January 29, 1899 Moret-sur-Loing) also known as Sisley was a French artist and visual artist.
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Pierre Bayle (November 18, 1647 Carla-Bayle-December 28, 1706 Rotterdam) was a French philosopher.
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Simon Vouet (January 9, 1590 Paris-June 30, 1649) was a French artist and visual artist.
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Pierre-Narcisse Guérin (May 13, 1774 Paris-July 6, 1833 Rome) a.k.a. Pierre-Narcisse Guerin was a French visual artist.
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Gaspard Dughet (June 15, 1615 Rome-May 27, 1675 Rome) also known as Gaspard Poussin was a French painter.
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Paul Delaroche (July 17, 1797 Paris-November 4, 1856 Paris) was a French personality.
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Jean Zuléma Amussat (November 21, 1796-May 13, 1856) a.k.a. Jean Zulema Amussat was a French physician and surgeon.
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