Here are 21 famous musicians from Argentina died at 63:
Leopoldo Lugones (June 13, 1874 Villa de María del Río Seco-February 18, 1938 Tigre, Buenos Aires Province) was an Argentine writer and journalist.
He died as a result of suicide.
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Antonio di Benedetto (November 2, 1922 Mendoza-October 10, 1986 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine writer and journalist.
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Roque Sáenz Peña (March 19, 1851 Buenos Aires-August 9, 1914 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Roque Saenz Pena was an Argentine lawyer.
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Enrique Mosconi (February 21, 1877 Argentina-June 4, 1940) was an Argentine scientist and engineer.
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Humberto Costantini (April 8, 1924 Buenos Aires-June 7, 1987 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine writer.
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Bernabé Ferreyra (February 12, 1909 Rufino-May 22, 1972) also known as Bernabe Ferreyra was an Argentine personality.
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Raúl Alberto Lastiri (September 11, 1915 Buenos Aires-December 11, 1978 Buenos Aires) also known as Raul Alberto Lastiri was an Argentine politician.
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José Félix Uriburu (July 20, 1868 Salta-April 29, 1932 Paris) a.k.a. Jose Felix Uriburu was an Argentine personality.
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Esteban Mellino (March 13, 1945 Buenos Aires-June 9, 2008 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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Ludovico Avio (October 6, 1932 Argentina-April 5, 1996) was an Argentine personality.
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Juan Carlos Castagnino (November 18, 1908 Mar del Plata-April 21, 1972 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine painter, architect, artist and visual artist.
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Florindo Ferrario (January 25, 1897 Buenos Aires-May 30, 1960 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor and voice actor.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Beatriz Guido (December 13, 1924 Rosario-March 4, 1988 Madrid) was an Argentine novelist and screenwriter.
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Carlos Loiseau (November 9, 1948 Salta-May 8, 2012 Adrogué) also known as Caloi or Carlos Loiseau was an Argentine cartoonist, humorist, actor and screenwriter. His children are Juan Matías Loiseau, Tomás Loiseau and Aldana Loiseau.
He died as a result of cancer.
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Jorge Guilhermo Borges (February 24, 1874 Paraná-February 14, 1938 Buenos Aires) also known as Jorge Guilhermo Borges Haslam or Jorge Guillermo Borges was an Argentine writer, lawyer, philosopher and teacher. He had two children, Jorge Luis Borges and Norah Borges.
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Carlos Gavito (April 27, 1942-July 1, 2005) a.k.a. Carlos Eduardo Gavito was an Argentine choreographer and actor.
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Julio Porter (July 14, 1916 Buenos Aires-October 24, 1979 Mexico City) also known as Julio Porti was an Argentine screenwriter and film director.
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Manuel Romero (September 21, 1891 Buenos Aires-October 3, 1954 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Manuel Romeo was an Argentine screenwriter, film director, film score composer, playwright and journalist.
Genres he performed include Film score.
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Malisa Zini (March 5, 1921 Buenos Aires-February 26, 1985 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
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Ángel Guido (September 29, 1896 Rosario-May 29, 1960 Rosario) also known as Angel Guido or Francisco Ángel Guido was an Argentine personality. He had one child, Beatriz Guido.
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Pedro E. Pico (July 27, 1882-November 12, 1945) was an Argentine screenwriter.
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