Here are 14 famous musicians from Spain died at 69:
Francisco Suárez (January 5, 1548 Granada-September 25, 1617 Lisbon) a.k.a. Francisco Suarez or Francisco Suárez was a Spanish philosopher and skeleton racer.
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Enric Gensana (June 3, 1936 Lleida-September 28, 2005 Barcelona) was a Spanish personality.
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Antonio Cánovas del Castillo (February 8, 1828 Málaga-August 8, 1897 Mondragón) a.k.a. Antonio Canovas del Castillo was a Spanish politician.
He died in firearm.
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Mati Klarwein (April 9, 1932 Hamburg-March 7, 2002 Deià) also known as Klarwein, Mati was a Spanish personality.
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Luis Carrero-Blanco, 1st Duke of Carrero-Blanco (March 4, 1904 Santoña-December 20, 1973 Madrid) also known as Admiral Blanco was a Spanish politician. His children are called Doña Angelines Carrero-Blanco y Pichot, Doña María del Carmen Carrero-Blanco y Pichot, Don Guillermo Carrero-Blanco y Pichot, Don Luis Carrero-Blanco y Pichot and Don José Enrique Carrero-Blanco y Pichot.
He died caused by assassination.
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Alejandro Gutiérrez del Barrio (February 2, 1895 León-September 15, 1964 Buenos Aires) was a Spanish film score composer and musician.
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Antonio de Trueba (December 24, 1819-March 10, 1889 Bilbao) was a Spanish writer.
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Ignacio Hidalgo de Cisneros (July 11, 1896 Vitoria-Gasteiz-February 9, 1966 Bucharest) was a Spanish personality.
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Manuel de Falla (November 23, 1876 Cádiz-November 14, 1946 Alta Gracia) a.k.a. De Falla, Manuel de Falla y Matheu , Manual de Falla, M. de Falla, Manuel de Falla (1876-1946), Manuel de Falla y Matheu, Manuel De Falla or Falla, Manuel de was a Spanish pianist and composer.
His discography includes: El amor brujo / El Sombrero de Tres Picos (Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal feat. conductor: Charles Dutoit, soprano: Colette Boky, mezzo-soprano: Huguette Tourangeau, bassoon: Richard Hoenich), Piano Works - Jean Francois Heisser, El amor brujo / Noches en los jardines de España, Noches en los jardines de España, El sombrero de tres picos / El amor brujo, The Three-Cornered Hat / Homenajes / La Vida breve (Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Jesús López-Cobos, mezzo-soprano: Florence Quivar), El Sombrero de tres picos / Noches en los jardines de España, Manuel de Falla's Spain, The Three-cornered Hat (El sombrero de tres picos) and Les introuvables de Manuel de Falla. Genres he performed: Classical music, Opera, Ballet, Art song and Ballet.
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Paolo Ruspoli, 5th Marquis of Boadilla del Monte (September 8, 1899-April 5, 1969) was a Spanish personality.
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Luis Lucia (May 24, 1914 Valencia-March 12, 1984 Madrid) also known as L. Lucia Mingarro, L. Lucia or Luis Lucia Mingarro was a Spanish screenwriter, film director and caricaturist.
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Vincent Ferrer (January 23, 1350 Valencia-April 5, 1419 Vannes) was a Spanish philosopher.
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Ramon Novarro (February 6, 1899 Durango-October 30, 1968 North Hollywood) also known as José Ramón Gil Samaniego, Ramón Gil Samaniego, Ramon Samaniegos, Ramón Samaniego or Ramon Samaniego was a Spanish actor and film director.
He died in murder.
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Rudesind (November 26, 0907 Galicia-March 1, 0977) was a Spanish personality.
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