Here are 23 famous musicians from Argentina died at 66:
Norah Lange (October 23, 1905-August 5, 1972) was an Argentine writer.
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Eduardo Gudiño Kieffer (November 2, 1935 Esperanza-September 20, 2002 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Eduardo Gudino Kieffer was an Argentine writer.
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Mario Paolucci (September 15, 1941 Buenos Aires-July 12, 2008 Lomas de Zamora) was an Argentine actor. His child is Cristina Paolucci.
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Agustín Pedro Justo (February 26, 1876 Concepción del Uruguay-January 11, 1943 Buenos Aires) also known as Agustin Pedro Justo was an Argentine personality.
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Enrique Kistenmacher (April 8, 1923-March 1, 1990) was an Argentine personality.
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Luis Brunetto (October 27, 1901 Rosario-May 7, 1968 Rosario) also known as Luis Bruneto was an Argentine personality.
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Raúl Bernao (November 4, 1941 Sarandí, Buenos Aires-December 26, 2007) was an Argentine personality.
He died in hepatitis.
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Francisco Lojacono (December 11, 1935 Buenos Aires-September 19, 2002 Palombara Sabina) was an Argentine personality.
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Roque Olsen (September 9, 1925 Sauce de Luna-June 15, 1992 Seville) was an Argentine personality.
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Norberto Yácono (January 8, 1919 Buenos Aires-November 1, 1985) was an Argentine personality.
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Luz Sapag (June 15, 1944-July 7, 2010) was an Argentine personality.
She died caused by traffic collision.
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Nicolino Locche (September 2, 1939 Tunuyán-September 7, 2005 Las Heras) was an Argentine professional boxer.
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Gregorio Peralta (May 8, 1935 San Juan-October 3, 2001) was an Argentine personality.
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Saulo Benavente (February 11, 1916 Buenos Aires-June 26, 1982 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine production designer, painter and film art director. His child is called Maria Saula Benavente.
He died caused by cerebral hemorrhage.
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Domingo Sapelli (April 5, 1895 Uruguay-April 5, 1961 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
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Tulia Ciámpoli (January 7, 1915 Córdoba-December 2, 1981 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor, dancer and violinist.
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Cacho Tirao (April 5, 1941 Berazategui-May 30, 2007) also known as Tirao, Cacho or Chacho Tirao was an Argentine composer, film score composer and actor.
His albums include Adiós Nonino and La Guitarra Argentina.
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William Alonso (January 29, 1933 Buenos Aires-February 11, 1999 Boston) was an Argentine economist.
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Ramón Gómez Cornet (March 1, 1898 Santiago del Estero-April 9, 1964 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine painter. He had two children, Rosario Gómez Cornet Rotondo and Adelina Gómez Cornet Rotondo.
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Alberto Segado (August 24, 1944 Buenos Aires-December 14, 2010 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
He died in anemia.
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Eduardo Mignogna (August 17, 1940 Buenos Aires-October 6, 2006 Buenos Aires) also known as Eduardo Mario Mignogna was an Argentine screenwriter, film director, playwright and novelist.
He died as a result of cancer.
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Alberto Bello (June 22, 1897 Buenos Aires-December 11, 1963 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
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Alejandra Da Passano (July 26, 1947 Buenos Aires-June 30, 2014 Buenos Aires) also known as María Alejandra Ana Da Passano was an Argentine actor.
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