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Martine Clémenceau (born 1949) is a French singer.
Her song Solitaire, written in 1981 is her most important hit in France, and Laura Branigan in 1983 recorded a cover that was #7 in the Billboard rankings.
- A brief biography (French)
- France in the Eurovision Song Contest 1973 (Spanish)
- Martine Clémenceau at Myspace.com
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