Anne Sylvestre

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Anne Sylvestre (French: [an silvɛstʁ], born Anne-Marie Beugras 20 June 1934 – 30 November 2020) was a French singer-songwriter and guitarist. She was born in Lyon, France. She was known for her children's songs such as "Fabulettes" (1962). She also appeared many times as a musical guest on the television program Discorama.

Sylvestre died in Paris on 30 November 2020 from problems caused by a stroke, aged 86.[1]

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