Italian music stars died in Myocardial infarction

Here are 22 famous musicians from Italy died in Myocardial infarction:

Leone Sinigaglia

Leone Sinigaglia (August 14, 1868 Turin-May 16, 1944 Turin) was an Italian composer.

Genres related to him: Chamber music, Art song and Classical music.

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Vittorio Gassman

Vittorio Gassman (September 1, 1922 Genoa-June 29, 2000 Rome) also known as Vittorio Gassmann, The Sir Laurence Olivier of Italy, Il Mattatore, Vittorio Gassman Knight Grand Cross OMRI, "the protagonist" or Vittorio Gassman, Knight Grand Cross, OMRI was an Italian actor, film director, screenwriter and writer. His children are Alessandro Gassman, Paola Gassman, Jacopo Gassman and Vittoria Gassman.

His albums include In compagnia di Vittorio Gassman.

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Jack Fina

Jack Fina (August 13, 1913 Passaic-May 14, 1970 California) was an Italian , .

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Yves Montand

Yves Montand (October 13, 1921 Monsummano Terme-November 9, 1991 Senlis) also known as Yves Montad, Y.Montant or Ivo Livi was an Italian actor, singer and hairdresser. He had one child, Valentin Montand.

Discography: Les Grandes Chansons, Yves Montand: Collection 2 CD, Inédits, rares & indispensables, Master Serie, Montand, Montantd d'hier et d'aujourd'hui, Yves Montand, A Paris, Le Paris de Montand and Les 100 plus belles chansons.

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Alberto Sordi

Alberto Sordi (June 15, 1920 Trastevere-February 24, 2003 Rome) also known as Alberto, Albertone or Alberto Sordi, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI was an Italian actor, screenwriter, film director, voice actor, film producer and composer.

His albums include Le Canzoni di Alberto Sordi.

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Serge Reggiani

Serge Reggiani (May 2, 1922 Reggio Emilia-July 23, 2004 Boulogne-Billancourt) also known as Sergio Reggiani was an Italian singer, actor and painter. He had five children, Simon Reggiani, Karine Reggiani, Celia Reggiani, Maria Reggiani and Stéphan Reggiani.

His most well known albums: chante Boris Vian, Album 2, Et Puis, Je voudrais pas crever, Rupture, Le vieux couple, Bon à tirer, La chanson de Paul, Venise n'est pas en Italie and J't'aimerais.

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Giuseppe Sinopoli

Giuseppe Sinopoli (November 2, 1946 Venice-April 20, 2001 Berlin) also known as Sinopoli, Giuseppe was an Italian conductor and composer.

His most well known albums: Overtures & Orchestral Music, Madama Butterfly, Concertos for Violin, Pini di Roma / Fontane di Roma / Feste Romane, Pictures at an Exhibition / Night on Bald Mountain / Valses nobles et sentimentales, Schubert: Symphonie no. 8 "Unvollendete" / Schumann: Symphonie no. 3 "Rheinische", Ein Heldenleben (feat: Berlin Philharmonic, conductor: Herbert von Karajan, violin: Michel Schwalbé), Piano Concertos nos. 1 & 2 / Les Préludes / Hungarian Rhapsody, and Violin Concertos.

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Renato Rascel

Renato Rascel (April 27, 1912 Turin-January 2, 1991 Rome) a.k.a. Renato Ranucci was an Italian actor, film score composer, screenwriter, singer and songwriter. His child is Cesare Ranucci Rascel.

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Mario Merola

Mario Merola (April 6, 1934 Naples-November 12, 2006 Castellammare di Stabia) a.k.a. Merola, Mario was an Italian singer and actor. His children are Roberto Merola, Loredana Merola and Francesco Merola.

His albums include Canta Napoli and I successi. Genres related to him: Canzone Napoletana and Pop music.

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Fausto Cleva

Fausto Cleva (May 17, 1902 Trieste-August 6, 1971) was an Italian composer, conductor and opera conductor.

Discography: La Wally and Luisa Miller.

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Gorni Kramer

Gorni Kramer (July 22, 1913 Rivarolo Mantovano-October 26, 1995 Milan) a.k.a. Kramer Gorni was an Italian bandleader, film score composer, conductor, composer, record producer and musician.

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Bruno Martino

Bruno Martino (November 11, 1925 Rome-June 12, 2000 Rome) a.k.a. The Bruno Martino Five or Martino, Bruno was an Italian pianist, composer, singer and actor. His child is Walter Martino.

Discography: I grandi successi originali, , and Made in Italy. Genres related to him: Jazz and Pop music.

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Massimo Troisi

Massimo Troisi (February 19, 1953 San Giorgio a Cremano-June 4, 1994 Ostia) otherwise known as The Steve Martin of Italy was an Italian screenwriter, film director and actor.

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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.

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Mario del Monaco

Mario del Monaco (July 27, 1915 Florence-October 16, 1982 Mestre) was an Italian singer and actor. His child is Giancarlo del Monaco.

His albums include Puccini : Manon Lescaut (Remastered), A Song For You, The Great Tenors, Otello, Tosca, Turandot, , Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusticana and La Wally. Genres related to him: Opera.

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Lucio Dalla

Lucio Dalla (March 4, 1943 Bologna-March 1, 2012 Montreux) also known as Lucia Dalla or L. Dalla was an Italian film score composer, musician, singer, actor and singer-songwriter.

His albums: 1999, Terra di Gaibola, Storie di casa mia, Il giorno aveva cinque teste, Automobili, Come è profondo il mare, Lucio Dalla, Dalla, 1983 and Viaggi organizzati.

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Pierangelo Bertoli

Pierangelo Bertoli (November 5, 1942 Sassuolo-October 7, 2002 Modena) also known as Bertoli, Pierangelo was an Italian singer-songwriter and poet.

His albums: Album, S'at ven in meint, Una voce tra due fuochi, Certi momenti, Angoli di vita, Frammenti di, Spunta la luna dal monte e i grandi successi, Italia d'oro, A muso duro and Oracoli. Genres: Folk rock.

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Domenico Modugno

Domenico Modugno (January 9, 1928 Polignano a Mare-August 6, 1994 Lampedusa) also known as Dominico Modugno, Mister Volare or Mimì was an Italian singer, actor, singer-songwriter, film director, film producer, politician, songwriter, film score composer and composer. His children are Marco Modugno, Marcello Modugno, Massimo Modugno and Fabio Camilli.

Related albums: Una carriera nella leggenda, Domenico Modugno, I grandi successi di Domenico Modugno, La storia (disc 2), Le più belle canzoni, Protagonisti: Domenico Modugno, Volume 2, I grandi successi originali, Tre briganti e la donna riccia, I miti musica: Modugno and Vecchio frack / Sole, sole, sole. Genres he performed include Pop music and Folk music.

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Totò

Totò (February 15, 1898 Rione Sanità-April 15, 1967 Rome) also known as Toto, Antonio De Curtis, Antonio Focas Flavio Angelo Ducas Comneno De Curtis Di Bisanzio Gagliardi, Il Principe, Il Principe della Risata, Antonio Clemente, Antonio Vincenzo Stefano Clemente, Prince Antonio Focas Flavio Angelo Ducas Comneno De Curtis di Bisanzio Gagliardi, Antonio Griffo Focas Flavio Ducas Komnenos Gagliardi de Curtis of Byzantium, His Imperial Highness, Palatine Count, Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, Exarch of Ravenna, Duke of Macedonia and Illyria, Prince of Constantinople, Cilicia, Thessaly, Pontus, Moldavia, Dardania, Peloponnesus, Count of Cyprus and Epirus, Count and Duke of Drivasto and Durazzo, Clerment, Antonio Griffo Focas Flavio Angelo Ducas Comneno Porfirogenito Gagliardi De Curtis di Bisanzio, Totò or Antonio Griffo Focas Flavio Angelo Ducas Comneno De Curtis di Bisanzio Gagliardi was an Italian actor, comedian, poet, writer, songwriter, singer and screenwriter. His children are called Liliana De Curtis and Massenzio De Curtis.

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Luciano Salce

Luciano Salce (September 25, 1922 Rome-December 17, 1989 Rome) otherwise known as Salce or Pilantra was an Italian film director, screenwriter, actor and lyricist. He had one child, Emanuele Salce.

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George McAnthony

George McAnthony (April 6, 1966 Eppan an der Weinstraße-July 8, 2011) was an Italian singer.

His albums: Weekend Cowboy.

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Manuel De Sica

Manuel De Sica (February 24, 1949 Rome-December 5, 2014) was an Italian film score composer and composer. He had one child, Andrea De Sica.

His albums include A Manuel De Sica Anthology, Il Giardino Dei Finzi-Contini / Camorra and DellaMorte DellAmore.

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