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Conventum was an avant-garde folk group formed by André Duchesne, René Lussier, Jean Derome, Jean-Pierre Bouchard, Jacques Laurin, Bernard Cormier, and poet Alain-Arthur Painchaud. The founders worked with many other musicians to fill out their arrangements.
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Conventum — Le Bureau Central des Utopies Conventum — Le Bureau Central des Utopies
(ProgQuébec MPM13, 1979/2006, CD)
Conventum — À l'Affût d'un Complot Conventum — À l'Affût d'un Complot
(ProgQuébec MPM12, 1977/2006, CD)

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