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Singer Tim Visterin died

Singer Tim Visterin, best known for the children’s song “The Bird”, died. Reports that the public broadcaster VRT today.

Visterin was on november 13, 1940 born in Antwerp. In 1970, he broke through with a translation of “Dites-Moi, Monsieur” of the French singer Jean-Claude Darnal. The song with the famous phrase, “Oh, master, a beautiful bird I want to be, with strong wings, please mr. Merlin” was a Flemish classic.

The singing career of the Acquisition did not last long and Visterin went quickly deal with the business side of the music business. He died Tuesday afternoon at the age of 77 from the effects of a stroke, according to the public broadcaster.

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