Luc Plamondon

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Luc Plamondon
Luc Plamondon in 2015.
Luc Plamondon in 2015.
Background information
Born (1942-03-02) March 2, 1942 (age 80)
Saint-Raymond, Quebec

Luc Plamondon, OC, CQ (b. March 2, 1942 in Saint-Raymond, Quebec), is a French-Canadian lyricist[1] and music executive. He is best known for his work on the musicals Starmania and Notre-Dame de Paris.

He is the brother of Louis Plamondon, a long-serving member of the House of Commons of Canada.[2]

Plamondon has accepted honours from Canadian institutions and is also known as a francophone nationalist and Quebec sovereigntist. He is opposed to Internet music piracy.

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  1. ^ "Luc Plamondon". Encyclopedia of Music in Canada. Retrieved August 23, 2019.
  2. ^ Elizabeth Thompson, "Passion and Tears: Jean Sworn In", Montreal Gazette, 28 September 2005, A1.

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