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Angelique may refer to:

  1. Angelique - a GxB series including video games, manga, and anime
  2. Angelique (Dark Shadows) - a Dark Shadows television series character
  3. Marie-Joseph Angélique - executed French slave known as "Angelique"
  4. Angélique (play) - by Lorena Gale, winner of the 1995 duMaurier National Playwriting Competition in Canada
  5. Angelique (singer) – American Jazz Funk singer [1]
  6. Angélique Kidjo - Beninese musician
  7. Angélique (fictional character) heroine of the books and five "Angélique" titled films by Sergeanne Golon [2]
  8. Angelique (1999 film) directed by Michael Jarvis
  9. Angelique (plucked musical instrument), also called angelica or angel lute, a theorbo with up to 17 single strings, tuned in diatonical order
  10. Angelique (porn star), a brazilian porn star.

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CD Baby: ANGELIQUE: Angelique (639 words)
Angelique's star quality was evident at age four, when she made her musical debut during a class assembly in her birthplace of Alameda, California.
Angelique quickly developed a taste for being in the spotlight and performed solo in several church and school talent shows throughout her school years.
Angelique's emotional and raw lyrics mesh well with her sensual voice and escort the listener into an innovative, soul stirring and spiritually eargasmic world of ecstasy.
Angelique Kidjo Downloads :: calabashmusic.com (1084 words)
Angelique Kidjo, the four-time Grammy-nominated, much-celebrated singer, composer, and performer, began in the Beninese port village of Cotonou, where she launched her career at the age of six.
With DJIN DJIN (pronounced “gin gin”), Angelique Kidjo returns to the soul of Benin – and, for the first time, shares it with a cast of all-star guests, in a marriage of cultures that has significance far beyond music alone.
Inspired by the traditions and culture of Kidjo’s native Benin in West Africa, the title of the album refers to the sound of the bell that greets the beginning of a new day for Africa.
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