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 Aglaé Jocelyne Deslongchamps

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Aglaé Jocelyne Deslongchamps

  • Birth 13 May 1933 L'Epiphanie, Lanaudiere Region, Quebec, Canada
  • Death 19 Apr 1984 Montreal, Montreal Region, Quebec, Canada
  • Burial Montreal, Montreal Region, Quebec, Canada
  • Plot Section OL, Lot 1061
  • Memorial ID 24278604

Singer. Born Jocelyne Deslongchamps in l'Epiphanie, Quebec, she made her music debut under the name "Josette France" in 1950. It was after the success of her song "Aglaé" that she followed the advice of singer Felix Leclerc and adopted Aglaé as her stage name. At about the same time, she married French singer and musician Pierre Roche and moved to France, where she would live for most of her career. She is best remembered for recording popular songs such as "Ah! Si mon moine voulait danser," "La bastringue," "Mon manège à moi," "Marie-toi," and "Alouette." In addition, she also appeared both on television and in motion pictures.

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  • Find A Grave Memorial 24278604
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Aglaé Jocelyne Deslongchamps (13 May 1933–19 Apr 1984), Find A Grave Memorial no. 24278604, citing Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery, Montreal, Montreal Region, Quebec, Canada ; Maintained by Find A Grave .