Italian musicians died when they were 76

Here are 22 famous musicians from Italy died at 76:

Claudio Monteverdi

Claudio Monteverdi (May 15, 1567 Cremona-November 29, 1643 Venice) also known as Monteverdi, Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643), Monteverdi, Claudio or Claudio Giovanni Antonio Monteverdi was an Italian composer, singer, violist, priest and gambist. He had three children, Francesco Monteverdi, Massimilino Monteverdi and Leonora Monteverdi.

Related albums: Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria (Concentus Musicus Wien & Junge Kantorei feat. conductor: Nikolaus Harnoncourt), Madrigale (conductor, harpsichord: Gustav Leonhardt), Orfeo (Artek feat. conductor: Gwendolyn Toth), Ballo delle ingrate. Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda (Capella Musicale di S. Petronio di Bologna), L'Incoronatione di Poppea (disc 1), L'incoronazione di Poppea (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra); Madrigals (English Chamber Orchestra), L'Orfeo (Concentus Musicus Wien feat. conductor: Nikolaus Harnoncourt), L'Orfeo (Ensemble Elyma feat. conductor: Gabriel Garrido), L'Orfeo (London Baroque feat. conductor: Charles Medlam) and Le passioni dell'anima (feat. conductor: Rinaldo Alessandrini). Genres related to him: Opera, Madrigal, Baroque music, Art song, Ballet, Ballet and Classical music.

He died in natural causes.

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Pietro Bembo

Pietro Bembo (May 20, 1470 Venice-January 18, 1547 Rome) was an Italian cardinal.

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Gaspare Spontini

Gaspare Spontini (November 14, 1774 Maiolati Spontini-January 24, 1851 Maiolati Spontini) a.k.a. Gaspare Luigi Spontini, Gasparo Spontini or Spontini, Luigi was an Italian opera composer and conductor.

Discography: Agnese di Hohenstaufen (Coro e Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino feat. conductor: Vittorio Gui). Genres: Opera.

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Carlo Innocenzo Frugoni

Carlo Innocenzo Frugoni (November 21, 1692-December 20, 1768) was an Italian personality.

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Taddeo Gaddi

Taddeo Gaddi (April 5, 1290 Florence-April 5, 1366 Florence) was an Italian personality. His child is Agnolo Gaddi.

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Domingo Ghirardelli

Domingo Ghirardelli (February 21, 1817 Rapallo-January 17, 1894 Rapallo) was an Italian inventor. He had five children, Eugene Ghirardelli, Joseph Ghirardelli, Louis Ghirardelli, Angela Ghirardelli and Elvira Ghirardelli.

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Giovanni Battista Venturi

Giovanni Battista Venturi (March 15, 1746 Bibbiano-April 24, 1822 Reggio Emilia) was an Italian physicist.

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Giovanni Costa

Giovanni Costa (October 15, 1826 Rome-January 31, 1903) was an Italian personality.

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Pietro Andrea Mattioli

Pietro Andrea Mattioli (March 12, 1501 Siena-April 5, 1577 Trento) was an Italian physician and botanist.

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Lou Albano

Lou Albano (July 29, 1933 Rome-October 14, 2009 Westchester County) also known as Louis Vincent Albano, Louis Vincent "Captain Lou" Albano, Captain Lou Albano, Capt. Lou Albano, 'Captain' Lou Albano, Loud Lou, Captain Lou, The Guiding Light, Leaping or Captain was an Italian wrestler and actor.

His albums: Lou and the Q.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Bernardo Buontalenti

Bernardo Buontalenti (December 15, 1531 Florence-June 6, 1608 Florence) was an Italian architect and engineer.

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Giovanni da Udine

Giovanni da Udine (October 15, 1487 Udine-April 5, 1564 Rome) was an Italian personality.

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Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo

Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (August 30, 1727 Venice-March 3, 1804 Venice) a.k.a. Giovanni Tiepolo or Giandomenico Tiepolo was an Italian personality.

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Girolamo Mercuriale

Girolamo Mercuriale (September 30, 1530 Forlì-November 13, 1606) was an Italian physician.

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Bernardino Licinio

Bernardino Licinio (April 5, 1489 Lombardy-April 5, 1565) was an Italian personality.

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Jerry DeFuccio

Jerry DeFuccio (July 3, 1925-August 10, 2001) was an Italian cartoonist.

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Mario Sironi

Mario Sironi (March 12, 1885 Tempio Pausania-August 13, 1961 Milan) was an Italian personality.

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William Tavoulareas

William Tavoulareas (November 9, 1919-January 13, 1996) was an Italian entrepreneur and businessperson.

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Antonio Beccadelli

Antonio Beccadelli (April 5, 1394 Palermo-January 19, 1471 Naples) was an Italian writer.

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Federico Zandomeneghi

Federico Zandomeneghi (June 2, 1841 Venice-December 31, 1917 Paris) was an Italian personality.

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Aurelio Galleppini

Aurelio Galleppini (August 28, 1917 Italy-March 10, 1994 Chiavari) was an Italian personality.

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Giovanni Domenico Ferretti

Giovanni Domenico Ferretti (April 5, 1692 Florence-April 5, 1768 Florence) was an Italian painter.

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