Gérard Presgurvic

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Gérard Presgurvic (born 1953) is a French popular composer. He was the author of 1980s pop hits "Chacun fait c'qui lui plait" and "Marre de cette nana-là", but is best known for the 2001 musical spectacle Roméo et Juliette, de la haine à l'amour.

His other works include composing for Pause-café (TV series), Omer et le fils de l'étoile (TV series), Commissaire Moulin (TV series), and L'ex (TV movie). [1]

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  1. ^ Mireia Aragay Books in Motion: Adaptation, Intertextuality, Authorship 2005 Page 186 "Or, to stick to musicals, Gérard Presgurvic's Roméo & Juliette: De la haine à l'amour (2001) seems inspired by Franco Zeffirelli's film rather than by Shakespeare's play."