Marie-France Gaîté (born 17 July 1941 in Lyon, France – died 18 January 1968), better known as Gribouille was a singer, musician, and song writer. As a teenager, she suffered from a mental disorder, and for a time was confined against her will to a psychiatric hospital in Lyon. With medication, she was able to function well enough to leave her hometown and she made her way to Paris. Gribouille, as she was called since her school days, is French for naive and foolishly happy people. Likely to throw themselves into a river to keep from getting wet in the rain.

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  • Marie-France Gaîté (born 17 July 1941 in Lyon, France – died 18 January 1968), better known as Gribouille was a singer, musician, and song writer. As a teenager, she suffered from a mental disorder, and for a time was confined against her will to a psychiatric hospital in Lyon. With medication, she was able to function well enough to leave her hometown and she made her way to Paris. Gribouille, as she was called since her school days, is French for naive and foolishly happy people. Likely to throw themselves into a river to keep from getting wet in the rain. In Paris she met Jean Cocteau while she was drawing art on the sidewalk with chalk. He drew a portrait of her and added "To my friend Gribouille." She carefully added an 'e' to ami (feminine gender for friend is amie), embarrassed that Cocteau thought she was a boy. She had a very androgynous appearance, and a deep voice, and Cocteau got her work singing in a cabaret. Since she was at the bottom, even these sleazy cabaret acts were a step up for her. In 1963, through sheer talent and her intense persona, she joined the roster of Pathé Records. She was hailed (as many were) as the new Édith Piaf, and also compared with Barbara. Charles Dumont, who wrote many of Piaf's hits, also began writing songs for her. Composer Michel Breuzard also wrote music for her, and in 1966 she recorded several EP's and her first album. She appeared many times on television to sing her songs. She died in Paris, France, at the age of 26 from an excess of alcohol and drugs. She joined many famous and historical figures buried in the Jewish Cimetière de Bagneux in Montrouge, southwest of Paris. (en)
  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article ne cite pas suffisamment ses sources (janvier 2014). Si vous disposez d'ouvrages ou d'articles de référence ou si vous connaissez des sites web de qualité traitant du thème abordé ici, merci de compléter l'article en donnant les références utiles à sa vérifiabilité et en les liant à la section « Notes et références » (modifier l'article, comment ajouter mes sources ?). Gribouille, nom d'artiste de Marie-France Gaite, née à Lyon le 17 juillet 1941, et morte à Paris le 18 janvier 1968 (à 26 ans), est une chanteuse française. (fr)
  • Marie-France Gaîté ha avuto una vita molto difficile. Da adolescente, ha sofferto di problemi mentali e per un periodo è stata chiusa in un ospedale psichiatrico a Lione. Dopo le cure, migliorò tanto da poter lasciare la sua città natale per trasferirsi a Parigi. Nella capitale francese incontrò Jean Cocteau che la prese a lavorare come cantante in un cabaret. Il compositore Michel Breuzard scrisse per lei alcune canzoni, con parole di Gribouille se stessa, e nel 1966 Gribouille registrò molti 45 giri di successo ed un album Tossicodipendente, morì di overdose nel 1968 all'età di 26 anni. È sepolta nel cimitero parigino di Bagneux a Montrouge, vicino a Parigi. (it)
  • Мари-Франс Гете (фр. Marie-France Gaîté, род. 17 июля 1941, Лион, Франция — 18 января 1968 года, Париж) — французская певица и автор песен, известная под псевдонимом Грибуй (фр. Gribouille). Будучи подростком, она страдала от психического расстройства. Подвергалась госпитализации в психиатрическую клинику. После лечения переехала в Париж попытать счастья. Через некоторое время она встретилась с Жаном Кокто, который помог ей стать певицей в кабаре, введя в мир музыки. В 1963 она присоединилась к реестру лейбла Pathé Records. Её называли новой Эдит Пиаф, сравнивали с Барбарой. Для неё писали песни Мишель Брезар и также Шарль Дюмон, который писал хиты для Эдит Пиаф. Грибуй умерла от смешивания алкоголя с лекарством в возрасте 26 лет. Похоронена на кладбище Баньё в Монруже. (ru)
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  • Marie-France Gaîté (born 17 July 1941 in Lyon, France – died 18 January 1968), better known as Gribouille was a singer, musician, and song writer. As a teenager, she suffered from a mental disorder, and for a time was confined against her will to a psychiatric hospital in Lyon. With medication, she was able to function well enough to leave her hometown and she made her way to Paris. Gribouille, as she was called since her school days, is French for naive and foolishly happy people. Likely to throw themselves into a river to keep from getting wet in the rain. (en)
  • Marie-France Gaîté ha avuto una vita molto difficile. Da adolescente, ha sofferto di problemi mentali e per un periodo è stata chiusa in un ospedale psichiatrico a Lione. Dopo le cure, migliorò tanto da poter lasciare la sua città natale per trasferirsi a Parigi. Nella capitale francese incontrò Jean Cocteau che la prese a lavorare come cantante in un cabaret. Il compositore Michel Breuzard scrisse per lei alcune canzoni, con parole di Gribouille se stessa, e nel 1966 Gribouille registrò molti 45 giri di successo ed un album (it)
  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article ne cite pas suffisamment ses sources (janvier 2014). Si vous disposez d'ouvrages ou d'articles de référence ou si vous connaissez des sites web de qualité traitant du thème abordé ici, merci de compléter l'article en donnant les références utiles à sa vérifiabilité et en les liant à la section « Notes et références » (modifier l'article, comment ajouter mes sources ?). (fr)
  • Мари-Франс Гете (фр. Marie-France Gaîté, род. 17 июля 1941, Лион, Франция — 18 января 1968 года, Париж) — французская певица и автор песен, известная под псевдонимом Грибуй (фр. Gribouille). Будучи подростком, она страдала от психического расстройства. Подвергалась госпитализации в психиатрическую клинику. После лечения переехала в Париж попытать счастья. Через некоторое время она встретилась с Жаном Кокто, который помог ей стать певицей в кабаре, введя в мир музыки. В 1963 она присоединилась к реестру лейбла Pathé Records. Её называли новой Эдит Пиаф, сравнивали с Барбарой. Для неё писали песни Мишель Брезар и также Шарль Дюмон, который писал хиты для Эдит Пиаф. (ru)
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