Here are 29 famous musicians from Germany died at 69:
Sigmar Polke (February 13, 1941 Oleśnica-June 11, 2010 Cologne) was a German painter, photographer, visual artist and artist.
He died caused by cancer.
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Hans Bernd Gisevius (July 14, 1904 Arnsberg-February 23, 1974 Müllheim) was a German personality.
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Robert Wartenberg (June 19, 1887 Grodno-November 16, 1956 San Francisco) was a German neurologist.
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Konrad Theodor Preuss (June 2, 1869 Bagrationovsk-June 8, 1938 Berlin) was a German personality.
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Puig Aubert (March 24, 1925 Andernach-June 3, 1994 Carcassonne) was a German personality.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Albert Marth (May 5, 1828 Kołobrzeg-August 5, 1897 Heidelberg) also known as A. Marth was a German astronomer.
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Friedrich Kluge (June 21, 1856 Cologne-May 21, 1926 Freiburg im Breisgau) was a German personality.
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Woldemar Voigt (September 2, 1850 Leipzig-December 13, 1919 Göttingen) was a German physicist.
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Paul Gerhardt (March 12, 1607 Gräfenhainichen-May 27, 1676 Lübben (Spreewald)) also known as Paul Gerhards was a German personality.
His albums include Paul Gerhardt: Die schönsten Choräle (Bach-Chor Siegen feat. conductor: Ulrich Stötzel) and Die großen Choräle und Geistlichen Lieder.
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Carl Friedrich von Siemens (September 5, 1872 Berlin-September 9, 1941) was a German politician.
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Wilhelm Brückner (December 11, 1884 Baden-Baden-August 18, 1954 Nußdorf) also known as Wilhelm Bruckner was a German bodyguard.
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Eva Schulze-Knabe (May 11, 1907 Pirna-July 15, 1976 Dresden) was a German personality.
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Friedrich Leopold Graf zu Stolberg-Stolberg (November 7, 1750 Bad Bramstedt-December 5, 1819 Osnabrück) also known as Friedrich Leopold Grafen zu Stolberg-Stolberg was a German personality.
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Robert Koldewey (September 10, 1855 Bad Blankenburg-February 4, 1925 Berlin) was a German architect and archaeologist.
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Wilhelm Martin Leberecht de Wette (January 12, 1780 Nohra-June 16, 1849 Basel) was a German personality.
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Thomas Dehler (December 14, 1897 Lichtenfels-July 21, 1967 Wiesenttal) was a German politician and lawyer.
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Friedrich Accum (March 29, 1769 Bückeburg-June 28, 1838 Berlin) was a German chemist.
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Lesser Ury (November 7, 1861 Międzychód-October 18, 1931 Berlin) was a German personality.
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Henryk Grossman (April 14, 1881 Kraków-November 24, 1950 Leipzig) was a German economist.
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Karl Georg Christian von Staudt (January 24, 1798 Rothenburg ob der Tauber-June 1, 1867 Erlangen) was a German mathematician.
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Eilhard Mitscherlich (January 7, 1794 Wilhelmshaven-August 28, 1863 Schöneberg) was a German scientist and chemist.
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Rupert Mayer (January 23, 1876 Stuttgart-November 1, 1945 Munich) was a German chaplain.
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Justus von Liebig (May 12, 1803 Darmstadt-April 18, 1873 Munich) otherwise known as Justus Liebig was a German scientist and chemist. His child is called Johanna Liebig.
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Christian Martin Frähn (June 4, 1782 Rostock-August 16, 1851 Saint Petersburg) was a German personality.
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Albert von Le Coq (September 8, 1860 Berlin-April 21, 1930 Berlin) was a German personality.
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Maria Feodorovna (October 25, 1759 Szczecin-November 5, 1828 Pavlovsk Palace) a.k.a. Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg was a German personality. She had ten children, Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna of Russia, Grand Duchess Elena Pavlovna of Russia, Alexander I of Russia, Nicholas I of Russia, Anna Pavlovna of Russia, Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich of Russia, Catherine Pavlovna of Russia, Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia, Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich of Russia and Grand Duchess Olga Pavlovna of Russia.
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Louis Schmeisser (February 5, 1848 Zöllnitz-March 23, 1917 Suhl) was a German personality. His children are called Hugo Schmeisser and Hans Schmeisser.
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Felix Steiner (May 23, 1896 Nesterov-May 12, 1966 Munich) was a German personality.
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Julius Richard Petri (May 31, 1852 Barmen-December 20, 1921 Zeitz) was a German bacteriologist, physician and army doctor.
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