Swiss musicians died at 73

Here are 26 famous musicians from Switzerland died at 73:

Conrad Ferdinand Meyer

Conrad Ferdinand Meyer (October 11, 1825 Zürich-November 28, 1898 Kilchberg, Zürich) also known as Meyer, Conrad Ferdinand was a Swiss writer.

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Edwin Fischer

Edwin Fischer (October 6, 1886 Basel-January 24, 1960 Zürich) also known as Fischer, Edwin was a Swiss pianist and conductor.

His albums include The Well-Tempered Clavier, , Lieder (feat. soprano: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf), 24 Lieder (feat. soprano: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, piano: Edwin Fischer, Gerald Moore, Geoffrey Parsons), Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor" / Piano Sonata No. 7, The Well-Tempered Clavier: 48 Preludes & Fugues, BWV 846-893 (feat. piano: Edwin Fischer), Piano Concerto no. 5 "Emperor" / Piano Sonatas no. 8 "Pathétique" & no. 23 "Appassionata", The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book II, 12 Lieder / Moments Musicaux (feat. soprano: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, piano: Edwin Fisher) and Piano Concertos nos.1, 4, 5 /Brandenburg Concerto no. 5. Genres: Classical music.

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Giovanni Diodati

Giovanni Diodati (June 6, 1576 Geneva-October 3, 1649) was a Swiss personality.

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Max Theiler

Max Theiler (January 30, 1899 Pretoria-August 11, 1972 New Haven) was a Swiss virologist.

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Arnold Böcklin

Arnold Böcklin (October 16, 1827 Basel-January 16, 1901 Fiesole) also known as Arnold Bocklin was a Swiss painter. He had ten children, Federico Böcklin, Clara Böcklin, Arnold Böcklin, Ralph Böcklin, Hans Böcklin, Maurizio Böcklin, Angela Böcklin, Carlo Böcklin, Felix Böcklin and Beatrice Böcklin.

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Abraham Trembley

Abraham Trembley (September 3, 1710 Geneva-May 12, 1784 Geneva) was a Swiss personality.

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Karl Anton Rickenbacher

Karl Anton Rickenbacher (May 20, 1940 Basel-February 28, 2014 Montreux) a.k.a. Rickenbacher, Karl Anton was a Swiss conductor.

His albums: The Ride of the Valkyries from "Die Walküre", The Complete Music for Solo Piano, Volume 53b: Music for Piano and Orchestra 2, The Complete Music for Solo Piano, Volume 53a: Music for Piano and Orchestra 1 and Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus: Eine musikalische Erzählung von und mit Sir Peter Ustinov (Litauische Kammerphilharmonie feat. conductor: Karl Anton Rickenbacher).

He died in myocardial infarction.

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Blaise Cendrars

Blaise Cendrars (September 1, 1887 La Chaux-de-Fonds-January 21, 1961 Paris) also known as Cendrars, Blaise, Frédéric-Louis Sauser or Frédéric Louis Sauser was a Swiss novelist, poet, actor and film director.

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Charles Bonnet

Charles Bonnet (March 13, 1720 Geneva-May 20, 1793 Genthod) was a Swiss botanist.

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Henri Christiné

Henri Christiné (December 27, 1867 Geneva-November 23, 1941 Paris) also known as Christiné, Henri was a Swiss composer and film score composer.

His albums: Phi-Phi.

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Élie Ducommun

Élie Ducommun (February 19, 1833 Geneva-December 7, 1906 Bern) also known as Elie Ducommun was a Swiss journalist and peace activist.

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Edmond Privat

Edmond Privat (August 17, 1889 Geneva-August 28, 1962 Rolle) was a Swiss personality.

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Emil Abderhalden

Emil Abderhalden (March 9, 1877 Oberuzwil-August 5, 1950 Zürich) was a Swiss chemist.

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Emma Jung

Emma Jung (March 30, 1882 Schaffhausen-November 27, 1955 Zürich) also known as Emma Rauschenbach was a Swiss psychoanalyst. Her children are called Agathe Niehus, Gret Baumann, Franz Jung-Merker, Marianne Niehus and Helene Hoerni.

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Eugen Huber

Eugen Huber (July 31, 1849 Oberstammheim-April 23, 1923 Bern) was a Swiss lawyer.

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Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler

Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler (October 7, 1770 Aarau-November 20, 1843 Philadelphia) a.k.a. F. R. Hassler was a Swiss science writer.

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Gottlieb Duttweiler

Gottlieb Duttweiler (August 15, 1888 Zürich-June 8, 1962 Rüschlikon) was a Swiss businessperson.

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Hans Moser

Hans Moser (January 19, 1901-November 18, 1974 Thun) was a Swiss personality.

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Johann Kaspar Bluntschli

Johann Kaspar Bluntschli (March 7, 1808 Zürich-October 21, 1881 Karlsruhe) was a Swiss personality.

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Karl Brunner

Karl Brunner (February 16, 1916 Zürich-May 9, 1989 Rochester) was a Swiss economist.

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Karl Rudolf Hagenbach

Karl Rudolf Hagenbach (March 4, 1801 Basel-June 7, 1874 Basel) a.k.a. K. R. Hagenbach or Karl Hagenbach was a Swiss personality.

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Paul Baumgartner

Paul Baumgartner (July 21, 1903 Altstätten-October 19, 1976 Locarno) was a Swiss pianist.

His albums: .

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Philipp Emanuel von Fellenberg

Philipp Emanuel von Fellenberg (June 27, 1771 Bern-November 21, 1844 Münchenbuchsee) was a Swiss personality.

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Richard Fehr

Richard Fehr (July 15, 1939 Flaach-June 30, 2013) was a Swiss personality.

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Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier

Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier (August 6, 1840 Bern-March 18, 1914 Seville) was a Swiss archaeologist.

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Emil Welti

Emil Welti (April 23, 1825 Bad Zurzach-February 24, 1899 Bern) was a Swiss personality.

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