Austrian musicians died at 61

Here are 16 famous musicians from Austria died at 61:

Clemens Heinrich Krauss

Clemens Heinrich Krauss (March 31, 1893 Vienna-May 16, 1954 Mexico City) was an Austrian impresario and conductor.

Discography: , Der Ring des Nibelungen, Der Ring Des Nibelungen and Die Feen.

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Artur Bodanzky

Artur Bodanzky (December 16, 1877 Vienna-November 23, 1939 New York City) also known as Bodanzky, Artur was an Austrian conductor.

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Franz Clement

Franz Clement (November 18, 1780 Vienna-November 3, 1842 Vienna) was an Austrian violinist.

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Anton Webern

Anton Webern (December 3, 1883 Vienna-September 15, 1945 Mittersill) also known as Webern, Anton Werbern, Webern, Anton or Anton Friedrich Wilhelm von Webern was an Austrian composer and conductor. He had one child, Amalie Webern.

His most important albums: Complete Works (Juilliard String Quartet & London Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Pierre Boulez), Boulez Conducts Webern II (Berliner Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Pierre Boulez), Boulez Conducts Webern, Boulez Conducts Webern III (Berlin Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Pierre Boulez), Complete Works for String Quartet and String Trio, Symphony, Op. 21 / Six Pieces, Op. 6 / Concerto for Nine Instruments, Op. 24 (feat. conductor: Robert Craft), Complete Music for String Quartet (Quartetto Italiano), Complete Webern, Lieder (Dorow, Jansen) and L'Oeuvre pour quatuor a cordes (Quatuor Debussy). Genres he performed include Serialism, 20th-century classical music and Atonal music.

He died in firearm.

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Fritz Pregl

Fritz Pregl (September 3, 1869 Ljubljana-December 13, 1930 Graz) also known as Fritz Friderik Pregl or Dr. Fritz Pregl was an Austrian physician and chemist.

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Wolfgang Neff

Wolfgang Neff (September 8, 1875 Prague-November 1, 1936) a.k.a. Maurice Turner was an Austrian film director.

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Alexander Popovic

Alexander Popovic (July 18, 1891 Vienna-September 30, 1952 Vienna) was an Austrian personality.

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Luigi von Kunits

Luigi von Kunits (July 20, 1870 Vienna-October 8, 1931 Toronto) was an Austrian conductor and composer.

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Karl Silberbauer

Karl Silberbauer (June 21, 1911 Vienna-September 2, 1972) also known as Karl Josef Silberbauer was an Austrian personality.

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Richard Specht

Richard Specht (December 7, 1870 Vienna-March 19, 1932 Vienna) was an Austrian writer, music critic and musicologist.

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Peter Persidis

Peter Persidis (March 8, 1947 Vienna-January 21, 2009 Vienna) was an Austrian personality.

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Rudolf Hoernes

Rudolf Hoernes (October 7, 1850 Vienna-August 20, 1912 Judendorf-Stra├čengel) was an Austrian geologist.

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Eugen Freiherr von Gorup-Besanez

Eugen Freiherr von Gorup-Besanez (January 15, 1817 Graz-November 24, 1878 Erlangen) was an Austrian chemist.

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Alfred Einhorn

Alfred Einhorn (February 27, 1856 Hamburg-March 21, 1917 Munich) was an Austrian chemist.

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Max Gold

Max Gold (November 22, 1900 Vienna-November 27, 1961 Tehran) was an Austrian personality.

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Archduke Leopold of Austria, Prince of Tuscany

Archduke Leopold of Austria, Prince of Tuscany (January 30, 1897 Zagreb-March 14, 1958 Willimantic) was an Austrian personality.

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