Here are 16 famous musicians from England died at 63:
Tich Cornford (December 25, 1900 England-February 6, 1964) was an English personality.
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Luke White, 5th Baron Annaly (March 15, 1927-September 30, 1990) was an English personality.
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Rod Hull (August 13, 1935 Isle of Sheppey-March 17, 1999 Winchelsea) also known as Rodney Stephen Hull was an English screenwriter. His child is Toby Hull.
He died as a result of accidental fall.
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Frank Desprez (February 9, 1853 Bristol-November 25, 1916) was an English personality.
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Ian Hamilton (March 24, 1938 King's Lynn-December 27, 2001 London) also known as Robert Ian Hamilton was an English literary critic, biographer, poet, magazine editor and publisher. He had four children, Ismail Richard Hamilton, Omar Robert Hamilton, Catherine Hamilton and William Hamilton-Wheatley.
He died in cancer.
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George Richards Elkington (October 17, 1801-September 22, 1865) was an English personality.
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Shay Brennan (May 6, 1937 Manchester-June 9, 2000) was an English football player.
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George Camsell (November 27, 1902 Framwellgate Moor-March 7, 1966 England) was an English personality.
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Roger Pratt (November 2, 1620 Marsworth-February 20, 1684 Ryston) was an English architect.
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Fred Root (April 16, 1890 Somercotes-January 20, 1954 Wolverhampton) was an English personality.
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E. H. W. Meyerstein (August 11, 1889-September 12, 1952) was an English personality.
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Charles Laughton (July 1, 1899 Scarborough, North Yorkshire-December 15, 1962 Hollywood) was an English actor, film director, screenwriter, film producer, theatre director, teacher and voice actor.
He died in kidney cancer.
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Benjamin Britten (November 22, 1913 Lowestoft-December 4, 1976 Aldeburgh) a.k.a. Edward Benjamin Britten, Baron Britten of Aldeburgh, Lord Benjamin Britten of Aldeburgh, Baron Benjamin Britten of Aldeburgh, Britten, Edward Benjamin Britten, Baron Britten or Edward Benjamin Britten, Baron Britten, OM, CH was an English pianist, violist, conductor, composer and film score composer.
His albums include Peter Grimes, Les Illuminations / Bridge Variations / Simple Symphony (The English Chamber Orchestra feat. conductor: Gilbert Levine, soprano: Elisabeth Söderström), War Requiem, A Ceremony of Carols (Westminster Abbey Choir; Martin Neary, Dir.), Billy Budd (London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and Tiffin Boys' Choir feat. conductor: Richard Hickox), The Turn of the Screw, Albert Herring, A Ceremony of Carols (New London Children's Choir feat. conductor: Ronald Corp), A Ceremony of Carols / Rejoice in the Lamb / A Boy was Born (Choir of King's College Cambridge, feat. conductor: Stephen Cleobury) and A Ceremony of Carols. Genres he performed include Ballet, Chamber music, Opera, 20th-century classical music, Incidental music, Film score, Art song and Ballet.
He died as a result of heart failure.
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Tom Curry (September 1, 1894 South Shields-February 6, 1958 Munich) was an English personality.
He died caused by aviation accident or incident.
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Robert Rogers (November 7, 1731 Methuen-May 18, 1795 London) was an English personality.
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Robert Barr (September 16, 1849 Glasgow-October 21, 1912 Woldingham) was an English novelist.
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