Here are 26 famous musicians from Argentina died at 76:
Gervasio Antonio de Posadas (June 18, 1757 Buenos Aires-July 2, 1833 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine lawyer.
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Carlos Astrada (February 26, 1894 Córdoba-December 23, 1970 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine writer.
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Marco Denevi (May 12, 1922 Sáenz Peña, Buenos Aires-December 12, 1998) was an Argentine writer and screenwriter.
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Adolfo Pedernera (November 15, 1918 Avellaneda-May 12, 1995 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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Mario Soffici (May 14, 1900 Florence-May 10, 1977 Buenos Aires) also known as Soffici was an Argentine screenwriter, film director and actor.
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Hugo del Carril (November 30, 1912 Buenos Aires-August 13, 1989 Buenos Aires) also known as Alejo Pacheco Ramos, Piero Bruno Hugo Fontana, Allan Lemarie or Pierre Bruno Hugo Fontana was an Argentine film director, actor, singer, film producer and screenwriter. He had four children, Marcela Alejandra Fontana, Hugo Miguel Fontana, Amorina Fontana and Eva Fontana.
His most important albums: Alma de tango, and .
He died in heart failure.
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Alejandro Korn (May 3, 1860 San Vicente-October 9, 1936 La Plata) also known as Dr. Alejandro Korn was an Argentine physician, politician and philosopher.
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Aldo Barbero (February 13, 1937 Santa Fe-October 27, 2013 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
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Oscar Alfredo Gálvez (August 17, 1913 Buenos Aires-December 16, 1989 San Isidro) also known as Oscar Alfredo Galvez was an Argentine race car driver.
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Leopoldo Galtieri (July 15, 1926 Caseros, Buenos Aires-January 12, 2003 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Alita Román (August 24, 1912 Buenos Aires-April 15, 1989 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Alita Blanca Barchigia was an Argentine actor.
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Carlos Humberto Perette (December 12, 1915 Paraná-June 18, 1992 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine lawyer and politician.
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Mauricio Kagel (December 24, 1931 Buenos Aires-September 18, 2008 Cologne) also known as Maurizio Kagel or Mauricio Raúl Kagel was an Argentine composer, film score composer and television director.
His discography includes: Tantz-Schul, 1898: Music for Renaissance instruments, String Quartet I [1965-67] Pan  For Piccolo & String Quartet, String Quartets II, III, Acustica, Heterophonie-Improvisation ajoutée, Transición II / Phonophonie, Mauricio Kagel: 5 Stücke der Windrose, Orchestral Works (Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Saarbrücken feat. conductor: Mauricio Kagel), Duodramen / Szenario / Liturgien (Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra, Gulbenkian Foundation Chorus Lisbon feat. conductor: Mauricio Kagel) and . His related genres: 20th-century classical music.
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Elpidio González (August 1, 1875 Rosario-October 18, 1951 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine lawyer.
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Luis Dellepiane (April 26, 1865 Buenos Aires-August 14, 1941 Federal) was an Argentine personality.
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Clement Gibson (August 23, 1900 Entre Ríos Province-December 31, 1976 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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José Valle (June 19, 1920 Buenos Aires-April 5, 1997) was an Argentine personality.
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Eduardo Barnes (March 24, 1901 Rosario-April 5, 1977) was an Argentine personality.
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Pío Collivadino (August 20, 1869 Buenos Aires-August 26, 1945) was an Argentine personality.
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Antonio Berni (May 14, 1905 Rosario-October 13, 1981 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Delesio Antonio Berni was an Argentine artist, painter and visual artist. His children are called Lily Berni and José Antonio Berni.
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Francisco Canaro (November 26, 1888 San José de Mayo-December 14, 1964 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Francisco Canaro Y Su Orquesta Típica, Canaro, Francisco, Francisco Canaro Y Su Orquesta Tipica or Francisco Canarozzo was an Argentine musician, film score composer, actor and film producer.
Discography: Milongueando con Canaro, Bailando Tangos, Valses y Milongas, El Álbum de Oro, La melodía de nuestro adiós, Sentimiento gaucho, Tangos inolvidables del '40, Te acordás hermano?, Grandes del Tango 28, Grandes del Tango 29 and Poema. His related genres: Tango music and Film score.
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Nathán Pinzón (February 27, 1917 Buenos Aires-August 15, 1993 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Natalio Garfinkel was an Argentine actor and screenwriter.
He died caused by cardiac arrest.
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Ulyses Petit de Murat (January 28, 1907 Buenos Aires-August 19, 1983 Buenos Aires) also known as Ulises Petit de Murat was an Argentine screenwriter, poet and writer.
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Amancio Williams (February 19, 1913 Buenos Aires-October 14, 1989) was an Argentine architect. His child is Claudio Williams.
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Félix Romano (November 30, 1894 Buenos Aires-November 30, 1970) was an Argentine football player.
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Abel Cestac (August 25, 1918 Argentina-April 5, 1995) was an Argentine personality.
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