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Jean-Paul Mauric

Name:Jean-Paul Mauric
Born:17-6-1933
Nationality:French
   
National Finals:French national final 1961
ESC Entries:Printemps (avril carillone)
   
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Biography

Jean-Paul Mauric was a French singer. He represented France in the 1961 Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Printemps (avril carillone). In 1965 he was a finalist at La Rose d’Or at the Song festival of Antibes with the song “Écrit comme une symphonie”. This song became a hit in Canada in the version of Shirley Theroux.
Jean-Paul Mauric recorded songs like “Jolie mome” by Léo Ferré, “Carillon d’Alsace”, “Les fancés d’Auvergne”, “Tendresse” and “C’est joli la mer”.
Jean-Paul Mauric recorded more than 200 titles for several labels.
Jean-Paul Mauric died of heart disease at age 37, 5 january 1971, leaving his wife and two little daughters. He is buried in the cemetery of Hyères (Var).

Entries

Country:France
Year:1961
Language:French
   
Artist:Jean-Paul Mauric
Song:Printemps (avril carillone)
Lyrics:Guy Favereau
Composer(s):Francis Baxter
Conductor:Franck Pourcel
   
Backings:
Results 
Points:13
Position:4
Running order:9
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