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Minouche Barelli

Minouche Barelli
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Minouche Barelli, born Mary-Pierre Barelli, (13 December 1947 - 20 February 2004) was a French singer, best-known internationally for her participation in the 1967 Eurovision Song Contest.

Barelli was born in Paris, the daughter of singer Lucienne Delyle and jazz musician Aimé Barelli. In 1967 she represented Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna with the song Boum-Badaboum, written by Serge Gainsbourg, and conducted on the night by her father. The song finished in fifth place of 17 entries.

In 1980 Barelli took part in the selection process for the French Eurovision entry with the song "Viens dans ma farandole", which could only finish in sixth place in the second semi-final.

Barelli, a long-time announcer for Radio Montmartre, took out Monegasque citizenship in 2002, and died in the pricipality on 20 February 2004 at the age of 56.
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