Argentine musicians who died due to HIV/AIDS

Here are 1 famous musicians from Argentina died in HIV/AIDS:

Julio Cortázar

Julio Cortázar (August 26, 1914 Ixelles-February 12, 1984 Paris) also known as Julio Cortazar, Julio Denis, Jules Florencio Cortázar, Cortazar or Julio Florencio Cortázar was an Argentine writer, translator, novelist, screenwriter, teacher and poet.

His albums include .

... Bestiario, Final del Juego, Las armas secretas, Rayuela, and 62: Modelo para armar. Cortázar is considered one of the most innovative and influential writers of the 20th century, known for his experimental style that blended reality and fantasy. He was also a political activist and supporter of the Cuban revolution, and his writing often dealt with social justice and political themes. Cortázar's work has been translated into numerous languages and he received many prestigious awards, including the National Prize of Arts and Letters in Argentina and the Médicis Prize in France. He lived most of his life in Paris and became a French citizen in 1981.

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