Here are 13 famous musicians from Austria died at 50:
Conrad Kain (August 10, 1883 Austria-February 2, 1934) was an Austrian mountaineer.
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Ludwig Purtscheller (October 6, 1849 Innsbruck-March 3, 1900 Bern) was an Austrian mountaineer and teacher.
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Rudolf Pöch (April 17, 1870 Galicia-March 4, 1921 Innsbruck) otherwise known as Rudolf Poch or Dr. Rudolf Pöch was an Austrian physician.
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Wolfgang Lazius (October 31, 1514 Vienna-June 19, 1565 Vienna) was an Austrian physician.
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Alban Berg (February 9, 1885 Vienna-December 24, 1935 Vienna) also known as Alan Berg or Berg, Alban was an Austrian composer.
His albums include Lulu (Orchestre de l'Opéra de Paris feat. conductor: Pierre Boulez), Lulu Suite / Altenberg-Lieder / 3 Orchesterstücke (London Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Claudio Abbado), Lyric Suite, Wozzeck (Wiener Staatsopernchor & Wiener Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Claudio Abbado), String Quartet, Lyric Suite (Schönberg Quartett), Isaac Stern: A Life in Music, Volume 11 (violin: Isaac Stern), Piano Sonata in B Minor Op. 1 (feat. piano: Anna Adamyan), Berg, Stravinsky, Ravel: Violinkonzerte (feat. violin: Frank Peter Zimmermann), Streichquartett Op. 3 / Lyrische suite (Arditti String Quartet) and Violin Concerto-3 Pcs. For Orchestra Op. 6-Lyric Suite (Excerpts). His related genres: Atonal music, 20th-century classical music, Opera and Serialism.
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Walter Nausch (February 5, 1907 Vienna-July 11, 1957 Obertraun) was an Austrian personality.
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Ernst Bachrich (May 30, 1892-July 11, 1942) was an Austrian conductor.
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Richard Bergmann (April 10, 1919 Vienna-April 5, 1970) was an Austrian personality.
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Heinrich Hlasiwetz (April 7, 1825 Austria-Hungary-October 7, 1875 Vienna) was an Austrian chemist.
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Hans Kronberger (July 28, 1920 Linz-September 29, 1970) was an Austrian scientist.
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Maria of Austria, Duchess of Jülich-Cleves-Berg (May 15, 1531 Prague-December 11, 1581 Niederzier) was an Austrian personality. She had five children, Anna of Cleves, Magdalene of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, John William, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, Marie Eleonore of Cleves and Sibylle of Jülich-Cleves-Berg.
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Charles II, Archduke of Austria (June 3, 1540 Vienna-July 10, 1590 Graz) was an Austrian personality. He had twelve children, Anne of Austria, Queen of Poland, Margaret of Austria, Queen of Spain, Leopold V, Archduke of Austria, Archduke Maximilian Ernest of Austria, Archduchess Eleanor of Austria, Archduchess Gregoria Maximiliana of Austria, Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor, Archduchess Maria Maddalena of Austria, Archduchess Catherine Renata of Austria, Constance of Austria, Archduchess Maria Christina of Austria and Charles of Austria, Bishop of Wroclaw.
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Franz Fuchs (December 12, 1949 Gralla-February 26, 2000 Graz-Karlau Prison) was an Austrian terrorist.
He died in suicide.
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