French music stars who deceased at age 80

Here are 26 famous musicians from France died at 80:

Henri Grégoire

Henri Grégoire (December 4, 1750 Lorraine-May 20, 1831 Paris) also known as Henri Gregoire was a French personality.

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Georges Charpy

Georges Charpy (September 1, 1865 Oullins-November 25, 1945 Paris) was a French scientist.

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Adrien-Marie Legendre

Adrien-Marie Legendre (September 18, 1752 Paris-January 10, 1833 Paris) a.k.a. A. M. Legendre was a French mathematician.

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Anatole France

Anatole France (April 16, 1844 Paris-October 12, 1924 Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire) also known as Jacques Anatole Francis Thibault, Jacques-Anatole-François Thibault or François-Anatole Thibault was a French novelist, journalist, poet and writer. He had one child, Suzanne France.

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Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin

Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin (November 2, 1699 Paris-December 6, 1779 Paris) a.k.a. Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin was a French artist, painter and visual artist.

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Jacques Lacan

Jacques Lacan (April 13, 1901 Paris-September 9, 1981 Paris) also known as Jacques Marie Émile Lacan was a French philosopher, psychoanalyst and psychiatrist. He had four children, Judith Miller, Thibaut Lacan, Sibylle Lacan and Caroline Lacan.

He died caused by colorectal cancer.

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Jean Richard

Jean Richard (April 18, 1921 Bessines-December 12, 2001 Senlis) otherwise known as Richard was a French actor. He had two children, Élisabeth Richard and Jean-Pierre Richard.

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Pierre-Joseph Redouté

Pierre-Joseph Redouté (July 10, 1759 Saint-Hubert, Belgium-June 19, 1840 Paris) a.k.a. Pierre-Joseph Redoute was a French personality.

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Jules Amédée Barbey d'Aurevilly

Jules Amédée Barbey d'Aurevilly (November 2, 1808 Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte-April 23, 1889 Paris) also known as Jules Amedee Barbey d'Aurevilly, Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly, Barbey d'Aureville or Jules-Amédée Barbey d'Aurevilly was a French novelist and writer.

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Pierre Laromiguière

Pierre Laromiguière (November 3, 1756-August 12, 1837 Paris) otherwise known as Pierre Laromiguiere was a French philosopher.

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Émile Littré

Émile Littré (February 1, 1801 Paris-June 2, 1881 Paris) also known as Emile Littre was a French lexicographer and philosopher.

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Arsène Houssaye

Arsène Houssaye (March 28, 1815 France-February 26, 1896 Paris) a.k.a. Arsene Houssaye was a French novelist.

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Jean Marie Pardessus

Jean Marie Pardessus (August 11, 1772-May 27, 1853) was a French lawyer.

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Amédée Ozenfant

Amédée Ozenfant (April 15, 1886 Saint-Quentin-May 4, 1966 Cannes) also known as Amedee Ozenfant was a French personality.

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Antoine Étex

Antoine Étex (March 20, 1808 Paris-July 14, 1888 Chaville) also known as Antoine Etex was a French architect, painter and sculpture.

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Antoine Coysevox

Antoine Coysevox (September 29, 1640 Lyon-October 10, 1720 Paris) also known as Antoine Coysevox (Follower of) was a French personality.

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Charles de La Fosse

Charles de La Fosse (June 16, 1636 Paris-December 13, 1716 Paris) was a French personality.

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Édouard Deldevez

Édouard Deldevez (May 31, 1817 Paris-November 6, 1897 Paris) was a French conductor.

His related genres: Ballet.

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Jean-Baptiste Debret

Jean-Baptiste Debret (April 18, 1768 Paris-June 28, 1848 Paris) was a French personality.

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Alain Bombard

Alain Bombard (October 27, 1924 Paris-July 19, 2005 Toulon) otherwise known as Dr. Alain Bombard was a French physician, sailor, politician and biologist.

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Charles Athanase Walckenaer

Charles Athanase Walckenaer (December 25, 1771 Paris-April 28, 1852 Paris) was a French scientist.

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Michel Henry

Michel Henry (January 10, 1922 Haiphong-July 3, 2002 Albi) was a French philosopher and novelist.

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Paul-Louis Couchoud

Paul-Louis Couchoud (April 5, 1879-April 8, 1959) was a French philosopher.

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Gabriel François Doyen

Gabriel François Doyen (May 20, 1726 Paris-June 5, 1806 Saint Petersburg) a.k.a. Gabriel Francois Doyen was a French personality.

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Emmanuel Roblès

Emmanuel Roblès (May 4, 1914 Oran-February 22, 1995 Boulogne-Billancourt) also known as Emmanuel Robles was a French writer and novelist.

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Louis Marie de la Haye, Vicomte de Cormenin

Louis Marie de la Haye, Vicomte de Cormenin (January 6, 1788-May 6, 1868) a.k.a. Louis-Marie de Lahaye Cormenin was a French lawyer and politician.

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