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French music may originally refer to:
French music may also refer to the music of French-speaking countries:
- Music of Quebec, music of the French-Canadians in Canada, most often Québécois or Acadians.
- Music of Belgium
- Music of Switzerland
- Music of Monaco
- Music of Luxembourg
- Music of Louisiana, in particular Cajun music and Creole music.
French styles of music may refer to:
- French classical music
- French opera
- French folk music
- French popular music
- French pop music
- French jazz music
- French electronic music
- French house music
- French rock
- Nouvelle Chanson
- Bal musette
- Gregorian chant
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