Here are 28 famous musicians from Argentina died at 71:
José Figueroa Alcorta (November 20, 1860 Córdoba-December 27, 1931 Buenos Aires) also known as Jose Figueroa Alcorta was an Argentine lawyer.
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Vicente López y Planes (May 3, 1785 Buenos Aires-October 10, 1856 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Vicente Lopez y Planes was an Argentine lawyer. He had one child, Vicente Fidel López.
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Bernardo Verbitsky (November 22, 1907-April 5, 1979) was an Argentine writer and journalist.
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Manuel Peyrou (May 23, 1902-April 5, 1974) was an Argentine writer.
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Pedro Medrano (April 26, 1769-November 3, 1840) was an Argentine lawyer.
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Adolfo Zumelzú (January 5, 1902 Argentina-March 29, 1973) was an Argentine personality.
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Ulises Dumont (April 7, 1937 Belgrano, Buenos Aires-November 29, 2008 Almagro, Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Ulises Oscar Dumont was an Argentine actor. His child is called Enrique Dumont.
He died caused by cardiovascular disease.
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Alberto Crespo (January 16, 1920 Buenos Aires-August 14, 1991) was an Argentine race car driver.
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Héctor José Cámpora (March 26, 1909 Mercedes-December 19, 1980 Cuernavaca) also known as Hector Jose Campora was an Argentine politician and dentist.
He died as a result of cancer.
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Julio Argentino Roca (July 17, 1843 San Miguel de Tucumán-October 19, 1914 Buenos Aires) also known as Alejo Julio Argentino Roca Paz was an Argentine politician. His children are Julio Argentino Pascual Roca, Clara Roca, Agustina Roca, Elisa Roca, Josefina Roca and María Marcela Roca.
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Juan Carlos Zabala (October 11, 1911 Rosario-January 24, 1983 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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Luciano Agnolín (October 20, 1915 La Paz-October 20, 1986) was an Argentine personality.
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Miguel Ángel Sánchez (September 8, 1936 Quilmes-March 26, 2008) was an Argentine personality.
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Ástor Piazzolla (March 11, 1921 Mar del Plata-July 4, 1992 Buenos Aires) also known as Astor Piazzolla, Astor Piazolla, Astor Piazzola, Piazzolla*Astor, A. Piazolla, Ástor Piazolla, Astor Piazzolla Y Su Orquesta Típica, Astor Piazzolla y su Orquesta, Piazzolla, Astor or Ástor Pantaleón Piazzolla was an Argentine composer. His children are Diana Piazzolla and Daniel Piazzolla.
Discography: Libertango, Nuevo Tango: Hora Zero, La Camorra, Adios Nonino, Bandoneón sinfónico (Athens Colours Orchestra feat. conductor: Manos Hadjidakis, bandoneón: Astor Piazzolla), Songs From a Heavy Heart: Essential Tangos 1984-1989, Piazzolla & José Angel Trelles, Tres Tangos / Aconagua (Kuopio Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Atso Almila, accordion: Mika Vayrynen), Astor Piazzolla Remixed and 20 Greatest Hits. Genres: Nuevo tango, Opera, Film score and Jazz.
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Gabino Sosa (October 4, 1899 Rosario-March 3, 1971 Rosario) was an Argentine personality.
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Alberto Teisaire (May 20, 1891 Mendoza-September 11, 1962 San Justo) was an Argentine personality.
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Pedro Ignacio de Castro Barros (July 31, 1777-April 7, 1849) was an Argentine personality.
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Rubén Héctor Sosa (November 14, 1936 Argentina-September 13, 2008) was an Argentine personality.
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Juan Carlos Paz (August 5, 1901 Buenos Aires-August 25, 1972) was an Argentine film score composer, actor and music theorist.
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Johannes Franz Hartmann (January 11, 1865 Erfurt-September 13, 1936 Göttingen) otherwise known as Juan Hartmann was an Argentine physicist and astronomer.
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Lucas Demare (July 14, 1910 Buenos Aires-September 6, 1981 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine screenwriter, film director and film producer.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Max Glücksmann (March 8, 1875 Chernivtsi-October 20, 1946 Buenos Aires) also known as Mordechai David Glücksmann was an Argentine film producer and film director.
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Luis Dávila (July 15, 1927 Buenos Aires-August 21, 1998 Buenos Aires) otherwise known as Héctor González Ferrantino, Luis Davila, Louis Dawson, Luis Devil, Héctor Carmelo González or Héctor Carmelo González Ferrantino was an Argentine actor.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Juan Carlos Dyrzka (March 24, 1941 Argentina-June 26, 2012) was an Argentine athlete.
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Alberto Girri (November 27, 1919 Buenos Aires-November 16, 1991 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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Luis Arata (August 23, 1895 Buenos Aires-June 21, 1967 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
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Judith Sulian (May 13, 1920 Argentina-October 18, 1991 Madrid) also known as Amalia Judith Picozzi or Judith Sullian was an Argentine actor.
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Ricardo Ernesto Montes i Bradley (June 9, 1905 Rosario-December 22, 1976 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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