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Charles Aznavour to cardiorespiratory insufficiency died

The French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour yesterday to a cardiorespiratory insufficiency died. This has attorney of Tarascon Patrick Desjardins after a opening of today announced.

According to the magistrate, the hypothesis of drowning after a slump of the table. The body of the singer was yesterday in a bath of his house in Mouriès found.

Aznavour, one of the last giants of French chanson, is 94.

The singer was in 1924 born in Paris as the son of an Armenian immigrant. His career was only really started when he was with Edith Piaf could go on tour. Aznavour became famous with songs like ‘La Bohème’, ‘She’, ‘Emmenez-moi’ and ‘Mes Emmerdes’. He has in his more than 70-year long career, more than 1,000 of chansons composed and in dozens of movies played. Renowned directors such as François Truffaut, Claude Chabrol or Volker Schlöndorff took him in front of the camera. In August last year, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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