Swiss musicians died at 63

Here are 14 famous musicians from Switzerland died at 63:

Benjamin Constant

Benjamin Constant (October 25, 1767 Lausanne-December 8, 1830 Paris) was a Swiss writer and politician.

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Augustin Pyramus de Candolle

Augustin Pyramus de Candolle (February 4, 1778 Geneva-September 9, 1841 Geneva) also known as Augustin Pyrame de Candolle was a Swiss botanist. He had one child, Alphonse Pyramus de Candolle.

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Rudolf Ulrich Krönlein

Rudolf Ulrich Krönlein (February 19, 1847-October 26, 1910 Zürich) also known as Dr. Rudolf Ulrich Krönlein was a Swiss physician and surgeon.

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Niklaus Gerber

Niklaus Gerber (June 8, 1850 Thun-February 9, 1914 Zürich) was a Swiss personality.

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Domenico Trezzini

Domenico Trezzini (April 5, 1670 Astano-February 19, 1734 Saint Petersburg) was a Swiss architect.

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Arthur Honegger

Arthur Honegger (March 10, 1892 Le Havre-November 27, 1955 Paris) also known as Honegger, Oscar-Arthur Honegger or Arthur Honneger was a Swiss composer. His children are Pascale Honegger and Jean-Claude Honegger.

His most recognized albums: King David (Chorus & Orchestra of St. John's Cathedral, Denver, Colorado feat. conductor: Donald Pearson, narrator: Erik Sandvold), Symphonies nos. 2 & 3, Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher (Chœurs de Radio France & Orchestre National de France feat. conductor: Seiji Ozawa), König David, Urfassung 1921 (Ölberg-Chor feat. conductor: Ingo Schulz), Les Misérables, Symphony No. 2 / Phèdre Suite / Three Extracts from "Napoleon" (USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Gennadi Rozhdestvensky), König David (Philharmonischer Chor Köln / Sinfonieorchester Wuppertal feat. conductor: Hort Meinardus), Symphonie no. 2 "Pour cordes" & no. 4 "Deliciae Basilienses", Symphony No. 2 / Symphony No. 3 "Liturgique" / Pacific 231 (Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra feat. conductor: Mariss Jansons) and Le Roi David. Genres: 20th-century classical music, Ballet, Opera and Musique concrète.

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Johannes Grubenmann

Johannes Grubenmann (June 15, 1707 Teufen, Appenzell Ausserrhoden-June 10, 1771 Teufen, Appenzell Ausserrhoden) was a Swiss engineer.

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Ferdinand Sigg

Ferdinand Sigg (March 22, 1902 Thalwil-October 27, 1965 Zürich) was a Swiss personality.

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Francis Turretin

Francis Turretin (October 17, 1623 Geneva-September 28, 1687 Geneva) was a Swiss personality. He had one child, Jean Alphonse Turretin.

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Françoise-Louise de Warens

Françoise-Louise de Warens (March 31, 1699 Vevey-July 29, 1762 Chambéry) also known as Francoise-Louise de Warens was a Swiss personality.

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Hans Georg Nägeli

Hans Georg Nägeli (May 26, 1773 Wetzikon-December 26, 1836 Zürich) also known as Nägeli, Hans Georg was a Swiss personality.

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Luca Antonio Colomba

Luca Antonio Colomba (November 19, 1674 Arogno-December 22, 1737 Arogno) was a Swiss personality.

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Robert Louis-Dreyfus

Robert Louis-Dreyfus (June 14, 1946 Paris-July 4, 2009 Zürich) was a Swiss businessperson.

He died as a result of leukemia.

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Sebastian Peregrin Zwyer

Sebastian Peregrin Zwyer (April 5, 1597 Klingnau-February 15, 1661 Altdorf) was a Swiss personality.

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