Spanish musicians died when they were 79

Here are 15 famous musicians from Spain died at 79:

Ferenc Puskás

Ferenc Puskás (April 1, 1927 Budapest-November 17, 2006 Budapest) a.k.a. Ferenc Puskas was a Spanish football player. He had one child, Anikó Puskás.

He died in pneumonia.

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Josep Trueta

Josep Trueta (April 5, 1897 Barcelona-January 19, 1977 Barcelona) also known as Dr. Josep Trueta or Joseph Trueta was a Spanish physician and scientist.

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Félix de Azara

Félix de Azara (May 18, 1742 Barbuñales-October 20, 1821 Huesca) a.k.a. Felix de Azara was a Spanish scientist and sailor.

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Antonio Moreno

Antonio Moreno (September 26, 1887 Madrid-February 15, 1967 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Antonio Garride Monteagudo, Antonio Garrido Monteagudo, Anthony Moreno, Antonio "Tony" Moreno or Tony was a Spanish actor and film director.

He died as a result of illness.

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Aldo Sambrell

Aldo Sambrell (February 23, 1931 Vallecas-July 10, 2010 Alicante) also known as Alfredo Sánchez Brell, Aldo S. Brell, Aldo San Brell, Aldo Sanbrel, Adolf Sambrell, Alfred S. Brell, Ald Sambrell, Alfred Brel Sánchez, Aldo Brell, Aldo Sambreli, Aldo Sandrell, Aldo Sambrel, Al Sambrell, Aldo Sanbrell, Alfredo Brel Sánchez, Alfredo Sanchez Brell, Aldo Sanblell, Alfred Brel Sanchez or Harold Sambrel was a Spanish film director, actor, film producer, screenwriter and television director. His child is Alfredo Xavier Sánchez Cavaleiro.

He died as a result of stroke.

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Francisco Martínez Soria

Francisco Martínez Soria (December 18, 1902 Tarazona-February 26, 1982 Madrid) was a Spanish actor and theatre director.

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Antonio de Ulloa

Antonio de Ulloa (January 12, 1716 Seville-July 3, 1795 Isla de León) was a Spanish astronomer.

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Camillo Ruspoli, 4th Marquis of Boadilla del Monte

Camillo Ruspoli, 4th Marquis of Boadilla del Monte (January 16, 1865-November 7, 1944) was a Spanish personality.

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Juan Bautista Maíno

Juan Bautista Maíno (April 5, 1569 Pastrana, Spain-April 1, 1649) was a Spanish personality.

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Wenceslao Fernández Flórez

Wenceslao Fernández Flórez (February 11, 1885 Province of A Coruña-April 29, 1964 Madrid) also known as Wenceslao Fernandez Florez or W. Fernandez Florez was a Spanish writer, novelist and journalist.

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Segismundo Moret

Segismundo Moret (June 2, 1833 Cádiz-January 28, 1913 Madrid) was a Spanish politician.

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Peret

Peret (March 24, 1935 Mataró-August 27, 2014 Barcelona) also known as Pedro Pubill Calaf was a Spanish singer, guitarist, composer and actor.

His most important albums: Grandes éxitos, Rey de la Rumba - King of the Rumba, La vida por delante, Que levante el dedo and Canta y sé feliz / Tócale las palmas. His related genres: Catalan rumba.

He died in lung cancer.

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Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, 10th Count of Aranda

Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, 10th Count of Aranda (December 21, 1718 Spain-January 9, 1798) was a Spanish politician and diplomat.

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Zenón de Somodevilla, 1st Marqués de la Ensenada

Zenón de Somodevilla, 1st Marqués de la Ensenada (April 20, 1702 La Rioja-December 2, 1781 Medina del Campo) a.k.a. Zenon de Somodevilla y Bengoechea, Marquis of Ensenada was a Spanish politician and statesman.

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Melchor Rodríguez García

Melchor Rodríguez García (April 5, 1893 Spain-April 5, 1972) a.k.a. Melchor Rodriguez Garcia was a Spanish politician.

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