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Albert Marcœur

Albert Marcœur
Albert Marcœur is a French musician, born 12th December 1947 in Dijon, primarily known for playing woodwind instruments, though nearly anything is possible for this eclectic musician.
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Albert Marcœur & Le Quatuor Béla — Si Oui, Oui. Sinon Non Albert Marcœur & Le Quatuor Béla — Si Oui, Oui. Sinon Non
(Béla BL02, 2017, CD)
Marcœur — Travaux Pratiques Marcœur — Travaux Pratiques
(Label Frères M10/2008, 2008, CD)
L'Marcœur — L Apostrophe L'Marcœur — L Apostrophe
(Label Frères M9, 2005, CD)
Marcœur — Plusieurs Cas de Figure Marcœur — Plusieurs Cas de Figure
(Label Frères M8/2001, 2001, CD)
Marcœur — m,a,r, et cœur comme cœur Marcœur — m,a,r, et cœur comme cœur
(F.R.P. Music AMC 1, 1998, CD)
Albert Marcœur — Sports et Percussions Albert Marcœur — Sports et Percussions
(Disques Concorde DCCD 1001, 1994, CD)
Albert Marcœur — Ma Vie avec Elles Albert Marcœur — Ma Vie avec Elles
(Baillemont 920, 1990, CD)
Albert Marcœur — Celui Où Y'A Joseph Albert Marcœur — Celui Où Y'A Joseph
(Belle Antique BELLE 152471, 1983/2015, CD)
Albert Marcœur — Armes & Cycles Albert Marcœur — Armes & Cycles
(Belle Antique BELLE 152470, 1979/2015, CD)
Albert Marcœur — Album a Colorier Albert Marcœur — Album a Colorier
(Belle Antique BELLE 152469, 1976/2015, CD)
Albert Marcœur — Albert Marcœur Albert Marcœur — Albert Marcœur
(Belle Antique BELLE 152468, 1974/2015, CD)

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