Jacques Denjean

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Jacques Denjean (1929–1995)[1] was a French composer and arranger, active in the 1960s and 1970s.

He worked with artists such as Dionne Warwick, Françoise Hardy, Nana Mouskouri, Johnny Hallyday, Baris Manco, Maria del Mar Bonet and Guy Béart, chiefly as an arranger.

Denjean was also a member of the French vocal group, Les Double Six.

He is also known for his film scores, including:



  • Jazz (1962)
  • Un disque à tout casser (1963)
  • The Tough Touch (1964)


  • La route (1963)
  • Écoutez-moi (1965)


  • "Névrose / Psychomaniac"


  1. ^ "Actualités" (in French). Jazz Hot. 3 January 2015. Retrieved 5 June 2015.

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