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Born into a poor family on June 7, 1945 in Saint-Benoît, France, Françoise Guimbert was raised by her elder sister, who took charge of her siblings when their parents died at an early age. She was the fifth. She dropped out of school in CM1 to take care of her nephews and nieces, then became a domestic worker at the age of 121 for several families in succession, in Saint-Benoît, Saint-Denis, then again in Saint-Benoît, when she entered the service of a music and piano teacher for 18 years, until her death in 1986. She learned the rudiments of music theory by listening to solfeggio lessons given by her boss to other children 2. The old lady also encouraged her to write, and she composed her first songs. She died on March 25, 2023.
Born into a poor family on June 7, 1945 in Saint-Benoît, France, Françoise Guimbert was raised by her elder sister, who took charge of her siblings when their parents died at an early age. She was the fifth. She dropped out of school in CM1 to take care of her nephews and nieces, then became a domestic worker at the age of 121 for several families in succession, in Saint-Benoît, Saint-Denis, then again in Saint-Benoît, when she entered the service of a music and piano teacher for 18 years, until her death in 1986. She learned the rudiments of music theory by listening to solfeggio lessons given by her boss to other children 2. The old lady also encouraged her to write, and she composed her first songs. She died on March 25, 2023.
3524410109049
Francoise Guimbert - Paniandy [Digipak]

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Format: CD
Label: MLP
Rel. Date: 05/24/2024
UPC: 3524410109049

Paniandy [Digipak]
Artist: Francoise Guimbert
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Sak La Point
2. Kaniki
3. Tantine Zaza
4. A Moin La Rass Pomme D'Aco
5. Oussass
6. Sana
7. A Moin Tout Seule
8. Si Un Jour
9. C'est L'Espoir
10. Dans Les Hauts
11. Pou Cossa Toué La Tombé
12. Ban'tit Y Soutien Ban'gro

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Born into a poor family on June 7, 1945 in Saint-Benoît, France, Françoise Guimbert was raised by her elder sister, who took charge of her siblings when their parents died at an early age. She was the fifth. She dropped out of school in CM1 to take care of her nephews and nieces, then became a domestic worker at the age of 121 for several families in succession, in Saint-Benoît, Saint-Denis, then again in Saint-Benoît, when she entered the service of a music and piano teacher for 18 years, until her death in 1986. She learned the rudiments of music theory by listening to solfeggio lessons given by her boss to other children 2. The old lady also encouraged her to write, and she composed her first songs. She died on March 25, 2023.
        
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