Argentine musicians who died due to Respiratory failure

Here are 1 famous musicians from Argentina died in Respiratory failure:


Silvetti (March 27, 1944 Quilmes-July 5, 2003 Coral Gables) also known as Bebu Silvetti or Juan Fernando Silvetti Adorno was an Argentine singer-songwriter, composer, music arranger, record producer, pianist, conductor and film score composer. He had one child, Anna Silvetti.

Related albums: Spring Rain, World Without Words, Lo Mejor de los Mejores, El Mundo Sin Palabras, Lluvia de primavera and . Genres: Latin pop.

Silvetti began his career in his native Argentina before moving to Mexico City in the 1970s. He gained international recognition for his disco instrumental version of the song "Lluvia De Primavera" (Spring Rain), which became a hit in the United States in 1977. In addition to his solo work, Silvetti collaborated with many famous artists including Plácido Domingo, Vikki Carr, and Luis Miguel.

Silvetti also composed film scores, including the soundtrack for the 1984 film Bolero and the 1987 film Salsa, as well as television themes and jingles. He won several awards throughout his career, including a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement for his song "Kiss Me" in 1977.

Sadly, Silvetti passed away in 2003 at the age of 59 due to respiratory failure. His legacy continues to live on through his influential contributions to the world of music.

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