Bolivian musicians died when they were 64

Here are 2 famous musicians from Bolivia died at 64:

Jaime Sáenz

Jaime Sáenz (October 8, 1921 La Paz-August 16, 1986 La Paz) a.k.a. Jaime Sáenz or Jaime Saenz was a Bolivian writer.

Sáenz was known for his unique and experimental style of writing, which often incorporated themes of madness, death, and spirituality. He wrote both poetry and prose, and his works have been translated into several languages. Sáenz was also an art critic and painter, and his art was heavily influenced by the Surrealist and Expressionist movements. Throughout his life, Sáenz struggled with alcoholism and poverty, but his legacy as a pioneering figure in Bolivian literature has remained strong. Some of his most famous works include "La Noche" (The Night), "Los Cuatro Sueños" (The Four Dreams), and "Imágenes Paceñas" (Images of La Paz).

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Ricardo Jaimes Freyre

Ricardo Jaimes Freyre (May 12, 1868 Tacna-April 24, 1933 Buenos Aires) was a Bolivian personality.

He was a renowned poet, journalist, and politician who is widely regarded as one of the most influential writers of the Latin American modernist movement. He also served as a diplomat, representing Bolivia in various countries, including Argentina where he spent the majority of his career. Jaimes Freyre is best known for his poems which explore the themes of love, nature, and social justice, often written in a highly ornamental and musical style. His most famous works include "Tarde del trópico" and "Los gemidos" which were highly celebrated in literary circles throughout Latin America. In addition to his literary contributions, Jaimes Freyre was also an active politician, and he played a significant role in shaping Bolivia's political and cultural landscape during the early 20th century.

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