Here are 20 famous musicians from Poland died at 64:
Bolesław Prus (August 20, 1847 Hrubieszów-May 19, 1912 Warsaw) also known as Boleslaw Prus or Aleksander Głowacki was a Polish writer, novelist, journalist and author.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Janusz Korczak (July 22, 1878 Warsaw-August 6, 1942 Treblinka extermination camp) a.k.a. Henryk Goldszmit, Stary Doktor, Pan Doktor, Mr. Doctor or Old Doctor was a Polish writer, educator and pediatrician.
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Stanisław Witkiewicz (May 8, 1851-September 5, 1915 Lovran) was a Polish writer and architect. He had one child, Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz.
He died caused by tuberculosis.
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Janusz Pasierb (January 7, 1929-December 15, 1993) was a Polish writer.
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Mikołaj Rej (February 4, 1505 Zhuravno-April 5, 1569 Rejowiec, Lublin Voivodeship) also known as Rej, Mikołaj or Ambroży Korczbok Rożek was a Polish writer, politician, poet and musician. He had seven children, Mikołaj Rey, Krzysztof Rey, Anna Rey, Dorota Rey, Bogumiła Rey, Elżbieta Rey and Barbara Rey.
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Tadeusz Łomnicki (July 18, 1927 Pidhaitsi-February 22, 1992 Poznań) otherwise known as Lom or Tadeusz Lomnicki was a Polish actor and screenwriter. He had one child, Jacek Lomnicki.
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Franciszek Bohomolec (January 19, 1720-April 5, 1784) was a Polish writer.
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Max Margules (April 23, 1856 Brody-October 4, 1920 Perchtoldsdorf) was a Polish scientist.
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Antoni Bohdziewicz (September 11, 1906 Vilnius-October 20, 1970 Warsaw) was a Polish screenwriter.
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Leopold Tyrmand (May 16, 1920 Warsaw-March 19, 1985 Rockford) was a Polish writer and journalist.
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Emil Młynarski (July 18, 1870 Kybartai-April 5, 1935 Warsaw) was a Polish conductor. His children are called Aniela Rubinstein and Bronislaw Mylnarski.
His albums include The Romantic Violin Concerto, Volume 15: Zarzycki: Introduction et Cracovienne, op. 35 / Mazurka, op. 26 / Młynarski: Violin Concerto no. 1, op. 11 / Violin Concerto no. 2, op. 16.
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Henryk Jordan (July 23, 1842 Galicia-May 16, 1907) also known as Dr. Henryk Jordan was a Polish physician.
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Władysław Kowalski (August 26, 1894 Paprotnia, Rawa County-December 14, 1958 Warsaw) was a Polish writer and journalist.
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Ludwik Mierosławski (January 17, 1814 Nemours-November 22, 1878 Paris) was a Polish writer.
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Witold Gombrowicz (August 4, 1904 Małoszyce, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship-July 24, 1969 Vence) a.k.a. Witold Marian Gombrowicz was a Polish writer, novelist and playwright.
He died caused by asthma.
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Gabriela Zapolska (March 30, 1857 Pidhaitsi-December 21, 1921 Lviv) was a Polish novelist, playwright and actor.
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Bolesław Habowski (September 13, 1914 Kraków-May 21, 1979 Wendover) was a Polish personality.
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Ludwik Fleck (July 11, 1896 Lviv-June 5, 1961 Ness Ziona) was a Polish philosopher.
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Wilfrid Michael Voynich (October 31, 1865 Grodno-March 19, 1930 New York City) a.k.a. Michał Habdank-Wojnicz was a Polish antiquarian.
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Raoul Koczalski (January 3, 1884 Warsaw-November 24, 1948 Poznań) also known as Koczalski, Raul was a Polish pianist.
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