Spanish musicians died when they were 66

Here are 20 famous musicians from Spain died at 66:

Alonzo Cano

Alonzo Cano (March 19, 1601 Granada-September 3, 1667 Granada) was a Spanish architect.

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Evaristo Márquez Contreras

Evaristo Márquez Contreras (February 3, 1929-January 24, 1996) a.k.a. Evaristo Marquez Contreras was a Spanish personality.

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Domingo de Soto

Domingo de Soto (April 5, 1494 Segovia-November 15, 1560 Salamanca) was a Spanish philosopher.

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Juan Alonso

Juan Alonso (December 13, 1927 Hondarribia-September 8, 1994 Hondarribia) was a Spanish personality.

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Enrique Mateos

Enrique Mateos (July 15, 1934 Madrid-July 6, 2001 Seville) was a Spanish personality.

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Manuel Olivares

Manuel Olivares (April 2, 1909 Son Servera-February 16, 1976 Spain) was a Spanish soccer player.

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Agustín de Betancourt

Agustín de Betancourt (February 1, 1758 Puerto de la Cruz-July 14, 1824 Saint Petersburg) otherwise known as Agustin de Betancourt was a Spanish engineer and urban planner.

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Gabriel Cisneros

Gabriel Cisneros (August 14, 1940 Spain-July 27, 2007 Murcia) was a Spanish politician and lawyer.

He died in stroke.

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Ivan Zulueta

Ivan Zulueta (October 29, 1943 Donostia / San Sebastián-December 30, 2009 Donostia / San Sebastián) also known as Juan Ricardo Miguel Zulueta Vergarajauregui was a Spanish film director and screenwriter.

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Michael Garicoits

Michael Garicoits (April 15, 1797-May 14, 1863) was a Spanish personality.

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Juan Vázquez de Mella

Juan Vázquez de Mella (June 8, 1861 Cangas de Onís-February 26, 1928 Madrid) a.k.a. Juan Vazquez de Mella was a Spanish politician.

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Luis Bayón Herrera

Luis Bayón Herrera (September 23, 1889 Bilbao-March 30, 1956 Buenos Aires) also known as Bayón Herrera was a Spanish screenwriter and film director.

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Manuel de Godoy di Bassano, 2nd Prince Godoy di Bassano

Manuel de Godoy di Bassano, 2nd Prince Godoy di Bassano (March 29, 1805-August 24, 1871) was a Spanish personality.

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Manuel Milà i Fontanals

Manuel Milà i Fontanals (May 4, 1818 Vilafranca del Penedès-July 16, 1884 Barcelona) also known as Manuel Mila i Fontanals was a Spanish writer.

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Miguel Cabanellas

Miguel Cabanellas (January 1, 1872 Cartagena, Spain-May 14, 1938 Madrid) was a Spanish personality.

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Ramon Casas i Carbó

Ramon Casas i Carbó (January 4, 1866 Barcelona-February 29, 1932 Barcelona) otherwise known as Ramon Casas i Carbo was a Spanish personality.

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Jaime Huélamo

Jaime Huélamo (November 17, 1948-April 5, 2015) was a Spanish personality.

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Pedro Garfias

Pedro Garfias (May 27, 1901 Salamanca-August 9, 1967 Monterrey) was a Spanish personality.

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Joaquín Turina

Joaquín Turina (December 9, 1882 Seville-January 14, 1949 Madrid) also known as Joaquin Turina (1882-1949), Turina, Joaquín, Joaquin Turina, Joaquim Turina or Turina, Joaquim was a Spanish composer.

His most well known albums: Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez / Turina: Canto a Sevilla, Nights in the Gardens of Spain / The Three Cornered Hat, The Catalan Piano Album, Music for Chamber Orchestra, Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez / Fantasía para un gentilhombre - Albéniz: Rapsodia Española - Turina: Rapsodia sinfónica, Concertos from Spain, String Quartets, Falla / Granados / Turina, Piano Music: Basque Preludes / Nostalgia and . Genres related to him: Opera and Art song.

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José María Álvarez de Sotomayor

José María Álvarez de Sotomayor (September 28, 1880-May 20, 1947) a.k.a. Jose Maria Alvarez de Sotomayor was a Spanish personality.

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