|Born||October 29, 1925|
|Died||December 13, 2013(aged 88)|
|Labels||Disques Cellier (owner)|
|Associated acts||Gheorghe Zamfir, Bulgarian State Television Female Vocal Choir|
Marcel Cellier (29 October 1925 - 13 December 2013) was a Swiss organist, ethnomusicologist and music producer, internationally known for his Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares project presenting Bulgarian traditional music and his work with Gheorghe Zamfir.
Founder of the "Disques Cellier" recording label.
Presented with "Grand prix audiovisuel de l'Europe" from the "Academie du disque français" in Paris 1984.
From 1960 and the next 25 years he hosted a weekly radio show Westschweizer Radio, which he called "From the Black Sea to the Baltic".
A documentary called Balkan Melodie was made in 2012 about his travels in Eastern Europe.
- The Roumanian Flutes, with Gheorghe Zamfir, Musical Heritage Society/Arion
- Flute de Pan et Orgue with Gheorghe Zamfir (1971)
- Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares (Vol. 1) (1975)
- Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares, Vol. 2 (1988)
- Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares, Vol. 3 (1989)
- Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares, Vol. 4 (1998)
- Marcel Cellier presents Mysterious Albania
- Les Beaux Themes Roumains (Roman Gems)"
- Taragot Et Orgue
- Premiere Mondiale with Gheorghe Zamfir
- von Stefan Künzli. "Schweizer Grammy-Gewinner Marcel Cellier gestorben - Musik - Kultur - Grenchner Tagblatt". Grenchnertagblatt.ch. Retrieved 2013-12-26.
- "Past Winners". Grammy.com. National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Archived from the original on 21 July 2014.
- Balkan Melodie (2012)
- Who is Marcel Cellier and Gheorghe Zamfir?
- Marcel Cellier discography at Discogs