Here are 12 famous musicians from Italy died at 58:
Adriano Olivetti (April 11, 1901 Ivrea-February 27, 1960) was an Italian personality.
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Ludovico Ariosto (September 8, 1474 Reggio Emilia-July 6, 1533 Ferrara) otherwise known as Lodovico Ariosto, Arioste or Ariosto was an Italian writer. He had one child, Virginio Ariosto.
He died caused by tuberculosis.
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Ferdinando Galiani (December 2, 1728 Chieti-October 30, 1787 Naples) was an Italian scientist and economist.
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Ambrogio Lorenzetti (April 5, 1290 Siena-June 9, 1348 Siena) was an Italian personality.
He died as a result of bubonic plague.
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Giuseppe Giacosa (October 21, 1847 Colleretto Giacosa-September 1, 1906 Colleretto Giacosa) also known as G. Giacosa was an Italian librettist, playwright and poet.
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Rocco Chinnici (January 19, 1925 Misilmeri-July 29, 1983 Palermo) a.k.a. Judge Rocco Chinnici was an Italian judge.
He died as a result of murder.
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Giovanni Battista Crespi (December 23, 1573 Cerano-October 23, 1632 Milan) was an Italian architect.
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Lorenzo Lippi (May 3, 1606 Florence-April 15, 1665 Florence) was an Italian personality.
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Pino Calvi (January 12, 1930 Voghera-January 4, 1989 Castana, Lombardy) was an Italian composer and film score composer.
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Lorenzo De Caro (May 29, 1719-December 2, 1777) was an Italian personality.
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Cesare Terranova (August 25, 1921 Palermo-September 25, 1979 Palermo) a.k.a. Judge Cesare Terranova was an Italian judge and politician.
He died caused by assassination.
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Aldo Maldera (October 14, 1953 Milan-August 1, 2012 Rome) was an Italian personality.
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