Playlist Enrico Macias

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Enrico Macias is a French singer, musician and composer born in Constantine in Algeria, the 11th of December 1938. His real name is Gaston Ghrenassia, and he is the son of Sylvain and Suzanne Zaouch, a Jewish family of malouf musicians.


Discover the discs ans music sheets of Enrico Macias, from Maurice Arouasse’s fonds

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  • Oh! guitare guitare (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

  • Paris, tu m’as pris dans tes bras (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

  • La fête orientale (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

  • L’île du Rhône (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

  • La femme de mon ami (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

  • Ma maison, ma maison (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

  • L’Oriental (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

  • Mammy Ô ma mère (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

  • La colombe est en chemin (EXTRAIT) - Enrico Macias

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