Albert Marcœur

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Albert Marcœur
Born (1947-12-12) 12 December 1947 (age 66)
Dijon, France
Genres Chanson
Art rock
Jazz
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Instruments clarinet, alto saxophone, percussions
Years active 1970–
Labels Le Chant du Monde
Label Frères
Website www.marcoeur.com

Albert Marcœur (born December 12, 1947, in Dijon) is a French composer, singer and songwriter.[1] He began his career in the early 1970s. His body of work mixes melodic, rhythmic and sonic experimentations with fancy nursery rhymes, humorous and offbeat lyrics. In France he has been called "the French Frank Zappa".[citation needed]

Biography[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

  • 1974: Albert Marcœur
  • 1976: Album à colorier
  • 1979: Armes & cycles
  • 1984: Celui où y'a Joseph
  • 1990: Ma vie avec elles
  • 1994: Sports et percussions
  • 1998: m, a, r et cœur comme cœur
  • 2001: Plusieurs cas de figure
  • 2005: L apostrophe
  • 2008: Travaux pratiques

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Les inrockuptibles - Issues 483-491 - Page 60 2005 ALBERT MARCŒUR ( Label Frères, www.marcoeur.com ) Abolissant la distance entre sons virtuels et instruments, Albert Marcœur poursuit son chemin singulier dans la chanson française."

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