Here are 8 famous musicians from Serbia died at 80:
Alexander Soloviev (September 6, 1890 Kalisz-January 15, 1971 Geneva) was a Serbian scientist.
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Miomir Vukobratović (October 1, 1931 Botoš-March 11, 2012) also known as Miomir Vukobratovic was a Serbian personality.
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Milorad Pavić (October 15, 1929 Belgrade-November 30, 2009 Belgrade) also known as Milorad Pavić or Milorad Pavic was a Serbian writer, novelist, poet and translator. His children are called Jelena Pavić and Ivan Pavić.
He died caused by heart failure.
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Nikola Simic (May 18, 1934 Belgrade-November 9, 2014 Serbia) a.k.a. N. Simic or Nikola Simić was a Serbian actor.
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Dušan Radić (April 10, 1929 Sombor-April 3, 2010 Belgrade) a.k.a. Dusan Radic was a Serbian composer and academician.
Discography: Lord Jim / The Long Ships and Genghis Khan.
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Soja Jovanović (February 1, 1922 Belgrade-April 22, 2002 Belgrade) also known as Sofija Jovanović or Soja was a Serbian film director and screenwriter.
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Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia (March 18, 1780 Gornja Dobrinja-September 26, 1860 Belgrade) a.k.a. Milos Obrenovic I, Prince of Serbia was a Serbian personality. He had eight children, Mihailo Obrenović III, Prince of Serbia, Milan Obrenović II, Prince of Serbia, Princess Petrija, Princess Jelisaveta, Princess Marija, Prince Todor, Princess Gabrijela and Prince Petar.
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Zvonimir Berković (August 1, 1928 Belgrade-June 9, 2009 Zagreb) was a Serbian screenwriter and film director.
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