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Romain C. J. Gandillet

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Romain C. J. Gandillet
Born (2005-01-21) 21 January 2005 (age 16)
🏳️ NationalityFrench
💼 Occupation
Known forJe suis seul ce soir
The Four Elements
🌐 WebsiteMuseScore

Romain Gandillet (born 21 January 2005) is a French poet, composer, pianist and cellist. He is best known on musescore.com for his numerous compositions and collaborations.



He plays the cello since 2018 (although he plans to stop at the end of the year), and is currently self-teaching himself the piano (April 2020 - present). However, his career as an amateur composer began in 2017, back when he used Finale Notepad as his music notation program of choice. Ever since 2018, he uses MuseScore instead.

He is best known for his compositions that he publishes on musescore.com (around 45 to date), as well as his activity on the numerous groups for young people on this platform. As a very occasional singer, he only produced a single song, Je suis seul ce soir, composed by Vilega. He does "plan to do more singing in the future". During his lifetime, it is estimated that he has composed around 50 to 70 pieces of music.


As a poet and writer he wrote several poems in French, (around 10) some of which he posted on the poetry and literature platform WeLoveWords in 2019, as well as a short story. He's also writing a novel which is set to release in late 2021.

Other articles of the topics music AND classical music : Vilega

Other articles of the topics classical music AND France : Vilega

Other articles of the topics music AND France : Vilega, Va Bene (L'Algérino song)

Other articles of the topic music : Slonovski Ball, Giovane Fuoriclasse, List of fictional music groups, Non cambierò mai, Va Bene (L'Algérino song), Giuseppe Visciano, Carlo Prevale

Other articles of the topic classical music : Vilega, Michael Gläser

Other articles of the topic France : Carlos Sahakian, Institut international de l'image et du son de Paris, Cédric Biscay, Jeremias Nussbaum, Le Monde de Pahe, Mickael Abbate, Joël Favreau
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