Spanish musicians died when they were 54

Here are 7 famous musicians from Spain died at 54:

Francisco de Vitoria

Francisco de Vitoria (April 5, 1492 Burgos-August 12, 1546 Salamanca) also known as Francisco Vitoria was a Spanish philosopher.

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Nuri Montsé

Nuri Montsé (December 25, 1917 Catalonia-December 26, 1971 Buenos Aires) also known as Nury Montsé or Maria Montserrat Julia was a Spanish actor.

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Josefa de Óbidos

Josefa de Óbidos (February 20, 1630 Seville-July 2, 1684 Óbidos, Portugal) otherwise known as Josefa de Obidos was a Spanish personality.

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Manuel Torre

Manuel Torre (December 5, 1878 Jerez de la Frontera-July 21, 1933 Seville) was a Spanish singer.

His albums include Figuras Del Cante Jondo.

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Remedios Varo

Remedios Varo (December 16, 1908 Anglès, Girona-October 8, 1963 Mexico City) also known as María de los Remedios Alicia Rodriga Varo y Uranga was a Spanish personality.

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Manuel Altolaguirre

Manuel Altolaguirre (June 29, 1905 Málaga-July 26, 1959) was a Spanish film producer and screenwriter.

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Antonio Soler

Antonio Soler (December 3, 1729 Olot-December 20, 1783 El Escorial) a.k.a. Padre Antonio Soler, Soler or Soler, Antonio, Padre was a Spanish composer, organist and friar.

His most important albums: Sonatas for Harpsichord, Volume 7, Sonatas for Harpsichord, Volume 8, Sonatas for Harpsichord, Volume 1, Sonatas for Harpsichord, Volume 5, Sonatas for Harpsichord, Volume 11, Sonatas for Harpsichord, Volume 2, Fandango / 9 Sonates, Six Concertos for Two Organs, Concertos for two organs and L'Art de Scott Ross. Genres he performed include Baroque music.

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