Argentine music stars who deceased at age 74

Here are 21 famous musicians from Argentina died at 74:

Juana Manuela Gorriti

Juana Manuela Gorriti (July 15, 1818 Salta-November 6, 1892) was an Argentine writer.

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César Milstein

César Milstein (October 8, 1927 Bahía Blanca-March 24, 2002 Cambridge) also known as Cesar Milstein was an Argentine scientist.

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Miguel Ondetti

Miguel Ondetti (May 23, 1930 Buenos Aires-August 23, 2004) was an Argentine scientist and chemist.

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Carmen Argibay

Carmen Argibay (June 15, 1939 Buenos Aires-May 10, 2014 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine lawyer and politician.

She died in myocardial infarction.

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Enrique Muiño

Enrique Muiño (July 5, 1881 Galicia-May 24, 1956 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.

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Fernando Siro

Fernando Siro (October 5, 1931 Villa Ballester-September 4, 2006 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Francisco Ángel Ludusid or Francisco Ángel Luksich was an Argentine screenwriter, actor and film director.

He died caused by cancer.

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Héctor Calcaño

Héctor Calcaño (April 5, 1894 Buenos Aires-April 5, 1968 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Héctor Calcagno was an Argentine actor.

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Enrique Serrano

Enrique Serrano (April 5, 1891 Buenos Aires-April 5, 1965 Spain) a.k.a. Tony Tranquerita was an Argentine comedian and actor.

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Leonardo Favio

Leonardo Favio (May 28, 1938 Luján de Cuyo-November 5, 2012 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Leonardo Fabio, Sandro, Favio, Leonardo, Fuad Jorge Jury or El juglar de américa was an Argentine singer, screenwriter, film director, actor and songwriter. His children are called Leonardo Jury and Nico Jury.

Related albums: 20 Exitos Leonardo Favio, 20 grandes éxitos, Leonardo Favio, and Favio inolvidable.

He died caused by pneumonia.

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Conrado Nalé Roxlo

Conrado Nalé Roxlo (February 15, 1897 Buenos Aires-July 2, 1971 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine poet, journalist, screenwriter and playwright.

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Ricardo Rojas

Ricardo Rojas (September 16, 1882 Tucumán Province-July 29, 1957 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine writer.

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Lucas Bridges

Lucas Bridges (December 31, 1874 Ushuaia-April 4, 1949) was an Argentine personality.

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Mercedes Sosa

Mercedes Sosa (July 9, 1935 San Miguel de Tucumán-October 4, 2009 Buenos Aires) also known as Sosa, Mercedes, Haydée Mercedes Sosa, La Negra or Negra, La was an Argentine singer, social activist and film score composer. She had one child, Fabian Matus.

Her albums: 30 Años, Acustico En Vivo, Al Despertar, Cantata sudamericana, Coletânea, Como un pájaro libre, Interpreta a Atahualpa Yupanqui, Lo Mejor De Mercedes Sosa, Mujeres Argentinas and Para cantar he nacido. Genres she performed include Folk music and Nueva canción.

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Facundo Suárez

Facundo Suárez (November 5, 1923 Mendoza-August 2, 1998 Buenos Aires) also known as Facundo Suarez was an Argentine politician. His child is Facundo Suárez Lastra.

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Alberto Lysy

Alberto Lysy (February 11, 1935 Buenos Aires-December 30, 2009) a.k.a. Lysy, Alberto was an Argentine conductor and violinist.

His albums include Le quattro stagioni and Violin Concertos.

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Silvina Bullrich

Silvina Bullrich (October 4, 1915 Buenos Aires-July 2, 1990 Geneva) also known as Sandra Bullrich or Silvina Bullrich de Palenque was an Argentine novelist, writer, translator, screenwriter and critic.

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Luis Jorge Fontana

Luis Jorge Fontana (April 19, 1846 Buenos Aires-October 18, 1920 San Juan) was an Argentine personality.

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Ethel Rojo

Ethel Rojo (December 23, 1937 Santiago del Estero-June 24, 2012 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Ethel Inés Rojo Castro was an Argentine actor, dancer and theatre director.

She died in cancer.

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Zoe Ducós

Zoe Ducós (March 6, 1928 Buenos Aires-November 11, 2002 Caracas) also known as Zoe Cecilia Ducós Gallegos was an Argentine actor.

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Hugo Mac Dougall

Hugo Mac Dougall (December 9, 1901 Buenos Aires-May 15, 1976 Buenos Aires) also known as Hugo Mascías was an Argentine screenwriter, writer and journalist.

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Marcos Caplán

Marcos Caplán (March 15, 1905 Buenos Aires-October 3, 1979 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.

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