Spanish musicians died when they were 73

Here are 20 famous musicians from Spain died at 73:

Antoni Gaudí

Antoni Gaudí (June 25, 1852 Reus-June 10, 1926 Barcelona) otherwise known as Antoni Gaudi or Antoni Gaudí i Cornet was a Spanish artist, architect and visual artist.

He died in traffic collision.

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Eduardo Cansino, Sr.

Eduardo Cansino, Sr. (March 2, 1895 Castilleja de la Cuesta-December 24, 1968 Pompano Beach) also known as Eduardo Cansino was a Spanish dancer and actor. He had three children, Rita Hayworth, Eduardo Cansino, Jr. and Vernon Cansino.

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Alonso Berruguete

Alonso Berruguete (April 5, 1488 Paredes de Nava-April 5, 1561 Valladolid) was a Spanish architect.

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Jesús María Pereda

Jesús María Pereda (June 15, 1938 Medina de Pomar-September 27, 2011 Barcelona) otherwise known as Jesus Maria Pereda was a Spanish personality.

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Luis Siret

Luis Siret (August 26, 1860 Belgium-June 7, 1934) was a Spanish scientist.

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Jaime Lazcano

Jaime Lazcano (December 30, 1909 Pamplona-June 1, 1983 Madrid) was a Spanish personality.

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Miguel Ricardo de Álava y Esquivel

Miguel Ricardo de Álava y Esquivel (July 7, 1770 Vitoria-Gasteiz-July 14, 1843 Barèges) was a Spanish politician.

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César Manrique

César Manrique (April 24, 1919 Arrecife-September 25, 1992) also known as Cesar Manrique was a Spanish architect, artist and visual artist.

He died as a result of traffic collision.

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Francisco Pradilla Ortiz

Francisco Pradilla Ortiz (July 24, 1848 Aragon-November 1, 1921 Madrid) was a Spanish personality.

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Rafael Gil

Rafael Gil (May 22, 1913 Madrid-July 10, 1986 Madrid) otherwise known as Rafael Gil Álvarez or R. Gil was a Spanish screenwriter, film director and actor. He had six children, Vicente Gil Álvarez, César Gil Álvarez, Rafael Gil Álvarez, Gabriel Gil Álvarez, Miguel Gil Álvarez and Javier Gil Álvarez.

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Roberto Gerhard

Roberto Gerhard (September 25, 1896 Valls-January 5, 1970 Cambridge) also known as Robert Gerhard or Gerhard, Roberto was a Spanish composer and scholar.

His discography includes: Symphony no. 3 "Collages" / Epithalamion / Piano Concerto, Cancionero de Pedrell / Pandora / Alegrías / Sept Haiku, Symphony no. 4 "New York" / Metamorphoses, The Plague (La peste) / Epithalamion (BBC Symphony Chorus, Joven Orquesta Nacional de España feat. conductor: Edmon Colomer, speaker: Michael Londsdale), Symphonie No. 1 / Symphonie No. 3 "Collages" (Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife feat. conductor: Víctor Pablo Pérez), Symphony no. 4 "New York" / Violin Concerto, BBC Music, Volume 13, Number 11: Rodrigo, de Falla, Gerhard & Granados (feat. guitar: Eduardo Fernández, conductors: Adrian Leaper and Josep Caballé-Domenech), Piano Trios, Nonet / Hymnody / Leo and Symphony no. 1 / Violin Concerto. Genres he performed include Ballet, Opera, Chamber music and Incidental music.

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Antonio Castejón Espinosa

Antonio Castejón Espinosa (April 5, 1896 Badajoz-April 5, 1969) otherwise known as Antonio Castejon Espinosa was a Spanish personality.

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Antoni Lliteres Carrió

Antoni Lliteres Carrió (June 18, 1673 Artà-January 18, 1747 Madrid) a.k.a. Literes, Antonio de was a Spanish composer.

His albums: . Genres he performed include Zarzuela.

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Juanita Reina

Juanita Reina (August 25, 1925 Seville-March 19, 1999 Seville) was a Spanish singer.

Genres: Copla.

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García Hurtado de Mendoza, 5th Marquis of Cañete

García Hurtado de Mendoza, 5th Marquis of Cañete (July 21, 1535 Cuenca-May 19, 1609 Madrid) also known as Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza, Marquis of Canete was a Spanish personality.

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Juan de Orduña

Juan de Orduña (December 27, 1900 Madrid-February 3, 1974 Madrid) also known as Juan Orduña y Fernández-Shaw or Juan De Orduna y Fernandez was a Spanish film director and actor.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Ángel Botello

Ángel Botello (June 20, 1913 Galicia-November 11, 1986) was a Spanish personality.

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Concepción Arenal

Concepción Arenal (January 31, 1820 Ferrol-February 4, 1893 Vigo) a.k.a. Concepcion Arenal was a Spanish writer.

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Agustín Durán

Agustín Durán (October 14, 1789 Madrid-December 1, 1862 Madrid) also known as Agustin Duran was a Spanish writer.

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Antonio Mairena

Antonio Mairena (September 7, 1909 Spain-September 5, 1983 Seville) also known as Mairena, Antonio or Antoni Mairena was a Spanish singer.

His albums: "Así fue..." : Recital en El Taranto de Almería, Obra Completa (Volumen 15), , Solera Gitana, and .

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