Françoiz Breut

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Françoiz Breut, in concert
Françoiz Breut (August 2010)

Françoiz Breut (born 10 December 1969 in Cherbourg) is the stage name of Françoise Breut, a French illustrator and chanteuse of moody and melancholic pop. Breut got involved with music when her then-fiancé, French pop star Dominique A, asked her to contribute vocals on three songs of his 1993 album, Si Je Connais Harry. He then wrote and arranged most of the songs for her eponymous debut album. She has also collaborated with Yann Tiersen, Louise Attaque, and Calexico. She lives in Brussels, Belgium.



  • 1999 Illustrations for "La mer a disparu" with Michel Piquemal (Nathan, coll. Demi-lune) ISBN 2-09-275043-7
  • 2002 Illustrations for "Je suis un garçon" with Arnaud Cathrine (L'école de loisirs coll. Neuf) ISBN 2-211-06496-5
  • 2006 Illustrations for "Le Bobobook" with Stéphane Malandrin (La Joie de Lire) ISBN 2-88258-346-X


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