Here are 19 famous musicians from Austria died at 66:
Johann Baptist Gänsbacher (May 8, 1778 Sterzing-July 13, 1844 Vienna) otherwise known as Johann Baptist Gansbacher was an Austrian personality.
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Otto Tumlirz (July 23, 1890 Rožmberk nad Vltavou-January 3, 1957 Graz) was an Austrian psychologist.
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Hans Habe (February 12, 1911 Budapest-September 29, 1977 Locarno) also known as Békessy János, Janos Békessy, Morgenthau-Boy, Antonio Corte, Frank Richard, Frederick Gert, John Richler, Robert Pilchowski, Hans Wolfgang or Alexander Holmes was an Austrian writer. His child is Marina Elizabeth Habe.
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Otto Scheff (December 12, 1889 Berlin-October 26, 1956 Maria Enzersdorf) was an Austrian swimmer.
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Angelica Kauffman (October 30, 1741 Chur-November 5, 1807 Rome) was an Austrian personality.
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Karl Stoerk (September 17, 1832-September 13, 1899) also known as Dr. Karl Stoerk was an Austrian physician.
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Josef Kitzmüller (June 21, 1912-May 14, 1979) was an Austrian personality.
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Ernst Happel (November 29, 1925 Vienna-November 14, 1992 Innsbruck) was an Austrian coach.
He died caused by cancer.
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Angela Hitler (July 28, 1883 Braunau am Inn-October 30, 1949 Hanover) a.k.a. Angela Hammitzsch, Angela Raubal, Angela Franziska Johanna Hammitzsch or Angela Franziska Johanna Hammitzsch Hitler was an Austrian personality. She had three children, Leo Rudolf Raubal, Jr., Geli Raubal and Elfriede Maria Hochegger.
She died as a result of stroke.
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Richard Kuhn (December 3, 1900 Vienna-August 1, 1967 Heidelberg) was an Austrian chemist.
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Karl Schäfer (May 17, 1909 Vienna-April 23, 1976 Vienna) also known as Karl Schafer was an Austrian personality.
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Victor Adler (June 24, 1852 Prague-November 11, 1918 Vienna) was an Austrian personality. His child is called Friedrich Adler.
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Samson Wertheimer (January 17, 1658 Worms-August 6, 1724 Vienna) was an Austrian politician.
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Hans Keller (March 11, 1919 Vienna-November 6, 1985 Hampstead) was an Austrian writer, music critic and violinist.
Genres: Classical music.
He died in motor neuron disease.
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Walter Susskind (May 1, 1913 Prague-March 25, 1980) also known as Walter Süsskind or Süsskind, Walter was an Austrian conductor.
His albums include The Great Composers, Volume 50: Holst, The Planets, John Barbirolli & Ginette Neveu Perform Sibelius, , , Má Vlast, Messiah (The London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir feat. conductor: Walter Susskind) and A Sound Spectacular.
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Hertha Pauli (September 4, 1906 Vienna-February 9, 1973 Long Island) also known as Hertha Ernestine Pauli was an Austrian actor, journalist and writer.
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Heinrich Schenker (June 19, 1868 Vyshnivchyk-January 13, 1935 Vienna) was an Austrian music theorist.
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Curd Jürgens (December 13, 1915 Thalkirchen-Obersendling-Forstenried-Fürstenried-Solln-June 18, 1982 Vienna) also known as Curd Jurgens, Curd Gustav Andreas Gottlieb Franz Jürgens, The Norman hulk, Curt Jurgens, Curd Jüergens, Kurt Jürgens, Curt Jürgens, Curt Juergens or The Norman Wardrobe was an Austrian actor, journalist and film director.
He died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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Eduard Jäger von Jaxtthal (June 25, 1818 Vienna-July 5, 1884 Vienna) was an Austrian personality.
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