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Daniel Lévi

French singer and composer known for his function in both musicals and movies. He is probably best known for the duet “Ce Rêve bleu” with Karine Costa for the French edition of Disney’s Aladdin. While developing up in Lyon, he discovered to try out the piano and finally spent ten years their studies at the conservatory there. By 1983, he’d documented and released his debut record Cocktail. In 1991, he portrayed renowned composers Musset and Chopin in the musical Fine sand et les Romantiques. He was created in Constantine, Algeria to a Jewish family members, but was raised in Lyon. In 2000, he starred alongside Pascal Obispo in the musical Les Dix Commandements. He afterwards continued to collaborate with Obispo for the record Le Cœur ouvert.

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