French musicians died because of Leukemia

Here are 2 famous musicians from France died in Leukemia:

Jean Gabin

Jean Gabin (May 17, 1904 Paris-November 15, 1976 Neuilly-sur-Seine) otherwise known as Jean-Alexis Moncorgé, Jean Moncorgé, Alexis Moncourge, Jean-Alexis Moncorge or Jean Alexis Gabin Moncorgé was a French actor, singer, film producer and soldier. His children are Florence Gabin, Valérie Moncorgé and Mathias Moncorgé.

His albums include Jean Gabin, Best Of, Chansons de films et d'opérettes des années 30, and De sacs et de cordes.

Jean Gabin was one of the most renowned actors of French cinema in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. He began his career in theater and cabaret before transitioning to film. Gabin appeared in more than 95 films throughout his career, including notable performances in "Pépé le Moko" (1937), "Le Jour se lève" (1939), "La Grande illusion" (1937), and "Touchez pas au Grisbi" (1954).

Throughout his career, Gabin often played the archetypal French hero, a rugged and tough character with a soft heart. He was esteemed for his commanding screen presence, his expressive face, and his deep voice.

During World War II, Gabin served in the Free French Forces and was awarded the Croix de Guerre for his service. After the war, he continued to act in films and became a producer.

Jean Gabin was married three times, to Gaby Basset, the actress Mireille Balin, and the dancer and actress Dominique Fournier. He died of a heart attack in 1976 at the age of 72, and is buried in the Cimetière des Batignolles in Paris.

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Mado Robin

Mado Robin (December 29, 1918 Yzeures-sur-Creuse-December 10, 1960 Paris) also known as Madeleine Marie Robin was a French singer. Her child is Michelle Smith.

Genres she performed: Opera.

Mado Robin was a coloratura soprano, known for her high-pitched and powerful voice. She began singing at a very young age and quickly gained recognition for her exceptional vocal abilities. She made her professional debut in 1937 at the Theatre du Capitole in Toulouse, and soon after, she became a regular performer at the Paris Opera.

Robin's career reached its peak during the 1940s and '50s, when she was considered one of the greatest sopranos of her time. She was well-known for her performances of Mozart, Rossini, and Offenbach and received critical acclaim for her interpretations of difficult roles such as Lucia in Lucia di Lammermoor and Olympia in Les Contes d'Hoffmann.

Despite her success, Robin's personal life was plagued by tragedy. She was married several times, including a tumultuous marriage to a French Resistance fighter, and struggled with alcoholism. Her life was cut short when she died at the age of 41 from complications due to alcoholism.

Today, Mado Robin is remembered as one of the most talented sopranos of the 20th century and her recordings continue to be admired and studied by aspiring opera singers.

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