Here are 15 famous musicians from Spain died at 71:
Rafael Calvo Serer (October 6, 1916-April 5, 1988) was a Spanish writer.
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Angelines Fernández (July 9, 1922 Madrid-March 25, 1994 Cuauhtémoc, D.F.) a.k.a. Angelines Fernandez, Angelines Fernández Abad, María de los Ángeles Fernández Abad or María de los Ángeles "Angelines" Fernández Abad was a Spanish actor. She had one child, Paloma Fernández.
She died in lung cancer.
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José Iraragorri (March 16, 1912 Algorta-April 27, 1983) was a Spanish personality.
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Ana Mariscal (July 31, 1923 Madrid-March 28, 1995 Madrid) a.k.a. Ana María Rodríguez-Arroyo Mariscal or Anna Mariscal was a Spanish screenwriter, film director, actor and film producer.
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Antonio Creus (October 28, 1924 Madrid-February 19, 1996 Madrid) was a Spanish race car driver.
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Salvador Espriu (July 10, 1913 Santa Coloma de Farners-February 22, 1985 Barcelona) also known as Salvador Espriu i Castelló was a Spanish writer, playwright and poet.
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Agustina de Aragón (March 4, 1786 Reus-May 29, 1857 Ceuta) was a Spanish personality.
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Mariano Arrate (August 12, 1892-December 24, 1963) was a Spanish personality.
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Juan Luis Panero (September 9, 1942 Madrid-September 16, 2013 Torroella de Montgrí) was a Spanish writer.
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Juan Carreño de Miranda (March 25, 1614 Avilés-October 3, 1685 Madrid) also known as Juan Carreno de Miranda was a Spanish personality.
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Vicente Rojo Lluch (October 8, 1894 La Font de la Figuera-June 15, 1966 Madrid) was a Spanish personality.
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Gonzalo de Olavide (March 28, 1934 Spain-November 4, 2005) was a Spanish personality.
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Francisco Guerrero (October 4, 1528 Seville-November 8, 1599 Seville) also known as Guerrero, Francisco or Guerrero was a Spanish composer.
His albums: Misa "Puer Natus Est" Canciones y Villanescas Espirituales (Capilla Peñaflorida feat. conductor: Josep Cabré), Missa Sancta et immaculata, Missa Surge propera (The Tallis Scholars), Villanescas II (Musica Ficta & Ensemble Fontegara feat. conductor: Raúl Mallavibarrena), Villanescas I (Musica Ficta & Ensemble Fontegara feat. conductor: Raúl Mallavibarrena), Villanescas III (Musica Ficta & Ensemble Fontegara feat. conductor: Raúl Mallavibarrena) and . Genres he performed include Renaissance music.
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Antonio de León Pinelo (April 5, 1589-April 5, 1660) was a Spanish personality.
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Alfredo Kraus (September 24, 1927 Las Palmas-September 10, 1999 Madrid) also known as Kraus, Alfredo was a Spanish singer. He had one child, Patricia Kraus.
His most important albums: Homenaje a una voz: Zarzuela I, Così fan tutte, , , , Puccini: La Boheme; Opera in Four Acts, La dolorosa, Bohemios and Con el corazón.
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