La Chanson du Dimanche

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La Chanson du Dimanche
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La Chanson du Dimanche in a live concert on 28 June 2009 at festival « Décibulles », in Neuve-Église (France)
Background information
Origin Paris, France
Genres chanson
Years active 2007 – 2012
Labels Remark Records & La pêche production
Members Clément Marchand (guitar & vocals)
Alexandre Castagnetti « Alec » (keyboard & vocals)

La Chanson du Dimanche is a French musical group founded in 2007. In the tradition of the French chansonniers, their concept is to broadcast a new song every Sunday.[1]

Formed by Clément Marchand (guitar & vocals) and Alexandre Castagnetti "Alec" (keyboard & vocals), their songs use many different musical styles (zouk, disco, folk, chanson) and deal with daily themes, politics, ecology, people, to name a few. They usually inspire a lot of positive energy and good mood ("bonne humeur" was their very first song).

Initially a mere funny experiment, they became quite popular in France through the video-sharing and social networks web sites, and particularly through their song "Petit cheminot" during a strike in December 2007.


  • 2008 DVD "La Chanson du Dimanche" (seasons 1 and 2), La pêche production
  • 2009 "Plante un arbre", Remark Records
  • 2010 DVD "La Chanson du Dimanche" (seasons 3 and 4), La pêche production


  1. ^ Le Monde (in French)

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