- Nuages (disambiguation)
Nuages or Nuage (meaning "cloud" in French) may refer to:
- Nuages Jazz is an Ecuadorian-based jazz group performing mostly in Gypsy and Semitic motifs
- "Nuages" (song) is a jazz piece by Django Reinhardt
- "Nuages", one of the three sections of the orchestral piece Nocturnes by Claude Debussy
- "Nuages gris", 1881 piano solo by Franz Liszt
- Nuages du Monde, 2006 album by Canadian new age electronic group Delirium
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