Italian musicians died when they were 53

Here are 14 famous musicians from Italy died at 53:

Pier Paolo Pasolini

Pier Paolo Pasolini (March 5, 1922 Bologna-November 2, 1975 Ostia) a.k.a. P.P. Pasolini, Paul Pasolini or Pierpaolo Pasolini was an Italian film director, poet, novelist, actor, journalist, screenwriter, philosopher, linguist, playwright, painter, politician and writer.

He died in murder.

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Vincenzo Cuoco

Vincenzo Cuoco (October 1, 1770 Molise-December 14, 1823) was an Italian economist.

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Enrico Fermi

Enrico Fermi (September 29, 1901 Rome-November 28, 1954 Chicago) was an Italian physicist and scientist. His children are Nella Fermi and Giulio Fermi.

He died as a result of stomach cancer.

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St. Ambrose Traversari

St. Ambrose Traversari (September 19, 1386-October 20, 1439 Florence) was an Italian personality.

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Giovanni Falcone

Giovanni Falcone (May 18, 1939 Palermo-May 23, 1992 Capaci) also known as Judge Giovanni Falcone was an Italian judge.

He died in assassination.

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Piero di Cosimo de' Medici

Piero di Cosimo de' Medici (September 19, 1416 Florence-December 2, 1469 Florence) also known as Il Gottoso was an Italian banker. He had four children, Lorenzo de' Medici, Giuliano de' Medici, Nannina de' Medici and Bianca de' Medici.

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Bruno Maderna

Bruno Maderna (April 21, 1920 Venice-November 13, 1973 Darmstadt) also known as Maderna, Bruno was an Italian composer and conductor.

Discography: Quadrivium, Aura, Biogramma (feat. conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli), Orchestral Works, Bruno Maderna Oboe concertos, Maderna / Berio (New Music Studium), , and Maderna Edition, Volume 10: Arnold Schönberg: Pelleas und Melisande / Verklärte Nacht / Kammersinfonie No. 2 / Konzert für Violine und Orchester / Variationen für Orchester (feat. conductor: Bruno Maderna). Genres related to him: 20th-century classical music, Opera and Chamber music.

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Giovanni della Casa

Giovanni della Casa (June 28, 1503 Mugello region-November 14, 1556 Montepulciano) was an Italian personality.

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Gianpiero Combi

Gianpiero Combi (November 20, 1902 Turin-August 13, 1956 Turin) was an Italian personality.

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Elio Petri

Elio Petri (January 29, 1929 Rome-November 10, 1982 Rome) also known as Elio Montesti or Petri was an Italian screenwriter, film director and television director.

He died as a result of cancer.

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Cigoli (September 12, 1559 Tuscany-June 18, 1613) was an Italian personality.

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Teofilo Folengo

Teofilo Folengo (November 8, 1491 Mantua-December 9, 1544) was an Italian personality.

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Agostino Chigi

Agostino Chigi (November 29, 1466 Siena-April 11, 1520 Rome) was an Italian banker.

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Renato Birolli

Renato Birolli (December 10, 1905 Verona-May 3, 1959 Milan) was an Italian personality.

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