Here are 18 famous musicians from France died at 64:
Georges Bataille (September 10, 1897 Billom-July 9, 1962 Paris) also known as Lord Auch, Georges Albert Maurice Victor Bataille, Pierre Angélique, Louis Trente or Dianus was a French philosopher, librarian, screenwriter, novelist, writer and anthropologist. He had one child, Laurence Bataille.
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Simone Signoret (March 25, 1921 Wiesbaden-September 30, 1985 Autheuil-Authouillet) also known as Henriette Charlotte Simone Kaminker or Simone Henriette Charlotte Kaminker was a French actor, tutor and writer. She had one child, Catherine Allégret.
She died as a result of pancreatic cancer.
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Allan Kardec (October 3, 1804 Lyon-March 31, 1869 Paris) a.k.a. Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail was a French philosopher, teacher and author.
He died caused by aneurysm.
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Étienne Bonnot de Condillac (September 30, 1715 Grenoble-August 3, 1780 Lailly-en-Val) a.k.a. Etienne Bonnot de Condillac was a French economist and philosopher.
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Roland Barthes (November 12, 1915 Cherbourg-Octeville-March 25, 1980 Paris) also known as Roland Gérard Barthes was a French writer and philosopher.
He died in traffic collision.
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Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon (October 17, 1760 Paris-May 19, 1825 Paris) also known as Henri de Saint-Simon or Henri Saint-Simon was a French philosopher.
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Rodolphe Kreutzer (November 15, 1766 Versailles-January 6, 1831 Geneva) otherwise known as Kreutzer, Rodolphe or Rudolph Kreutzer was a French conductor, music pedagogue, opera composer, violinist and composer.
His albums: 42 Studies for Solo Violin (Jacques Israelievitch) and . Genres he performed: Opera.
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Alphonse Milne-Edwards (October 13, 1835 Paris-April 21, 1900 Paris) was a French ornithologist, carcinologist, zoologist and scientist.
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Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (April 4, 1758 Cluny-February 16, 1823 Paris) a.k.a. Pierre-Paul Prud’hon was a French personality.
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Antoine-Jean Gros (March 16, 1771 Paris-June 25, 1835 Meudon) also known as Jean-Antoine Gros or Baron Antoine Jean Gros was a French artist and visual artist.
He died in suicide.
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Édouard Detaille (October 5, 1848 Paris-December 23, 1912 Paris) a.k.a. Edouard Detaille was a French personality.
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Gaston Rébuffat (May 7, 1921 Marseille-May 31, 1985 Paris) a.k.a. Gaston Rebuffat or Gaston Rébuffat was a French mountain guide.
He died caused by cancer.
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Théophile Steinlen (November 10, 1859 Lausanne-December 13, 1923 Paris) a.k.a. Theophile Alexandre Steinlen was a French personality.
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Jean-Baptiste Arban (February 28, 1825 Lyon-April 9, 1889 Paris) a.k.a. J.-B. Arban or Arban, Jean-Baptiste was a French conductor, teacher and trumpeter.
Genres he performed include Classical music and Romantic music.
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Gustave Aimard (September 13, 1818 Paris-June 20, 1883 Paris) was a French novelist.
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Edmé Bouchardon (May 29, 1698 Chaumont-July 27, 1762 Paris) also known as Edme Bouchardon was a French personality.
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Louis-Michel van Loo (March 2, 1707 Toulon-March 20, 1771 Paris) was a French personality.
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Gilbert Simondon (October 2, 1924 Saint-Étienne-February 7, 1989 Palaiseau) also known as Dr. Gilbert Simondon was a French philosopher and physician.
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