Emil Stern

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Emil Stern
Born28 April 1913
Paris, France
Died14 January 1997 (aged 83)
Cannes, France
Years active1930s–1997

Émile Stern (28 April 1913 – 14 January 1997), best known under his artistic pseudonym Emil Stern, was a French composer, pianist and conductor of Romanian descent. He was born in Paris. Together with his writing partner Eddy Marnay they wrote one of the winning songs for the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest: "Un jour, un enfant", sung by Frida Boccara. He wrote the scores for Claude Berri's film Mazel Tov ou le Mariage.

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