German music stars who deceased at age 58

Here are 17 famous musicians from Germany died at 58:

Ludwig Bechstein

Ludwig Bechstein (November 24, 1801 Weimar-May 14, 1860 Meiningen) also known as Bechstein, Ludwig was a German writer and librarian.

His albums: , , , and .

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Karl Wilhelm Ludwig Heyse

Karl Wilhelm Ludwig Heyse (October 15, 1797 Oldenburg-November 25, 1855 Berlin) was a German writer. He had one child, Paul Heyse.

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Johann Georg von Hahn

Johann Georg von Hahn (July 11, 1811 Frankfurt-September 23, 1869 Jena) was a German personality.

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Gottfried Feder

Gottfried Feder (January 27, 1883 Würzburg-September 24, 1941 Murnau am Staffelsee) was a German personality.

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Rudolf Erich Raspe

Rudolf Erich Raspe (March 1, 1736 Hanover-November 1, 1794 Killarney) was a German writer.

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Johann Georg Sulzer

Johann Georg Sulzer (October 16, 1720 Winterthur-February 27, 1779 Berlin) was a German philosopher.

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Otto Toeplitz

Otto Toeplitz (August 1, 1881 Wrocław-February 15, 1940 Jerusalem) was a German mathematician.

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Christian Wilhelm Allers

Christian Wilhelm Allers (August 6, 1857 Hamburg-October 19, 1915 Karlsruhe) was a German personality.

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Johann Nepomuk Hummel

Johann Nepomuk Hummel (November 14, 1778 Bratislava-October 17, 1837 Weimar) also known as J. N. Hummel, Johann Nepomus Hummel, Hummel, Jan Nepomuk Hummel or Hummel, Johann Nepomuk was a German composer and pianist.

His albums: Piano Concerto in B minor, op. 89 / Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 85, Septets, Fantasies (feat. piano: Madoka Inui), Piano Trios, Oberon's Magic Horn / Grand Rondeau Brilliant / Variations and Finale (Gävle Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Uwe Grodd, piano: Christopher Hinterhuber), Piano Works, Volume 1, Piano Concertos: No.2, Op. 85 / No. 3, Op. 89, Bläserserenaden (Consortium Classicum), Flute Sonatas (Complete) and Die Klassiksammlung 101: Hummel: Virtuosität der Klassik. Genres he performed: Opera.

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Bruno Taut

Bruno Taut (May 4, 1880 Königsberg-December 24, 1938 Istanbul) was a German architect and urban planner.

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Ernst Litfaß

Ernst Litfaß (February 11, 1816 Berlin-December 27, 1874 Wiesbaden) was a German personality.

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Joachim Kroll

Joachim Kroll (April 17, 1933 Zabrze-July 1, 1991 Rheinbach) a.k.a. Ruhr Cannibal or Duisburg Man-Eater was a German personality.

He died in myocardial infarction.

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Abraham Mendelssohn Bartholdy

Abraham Mendelssohn Bartholdy (December 10, 1776 Berlin-November 19, 1835 Berlin) was a German banker. He had four children, Fanny Mendelssohn, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Paul Mendelssohn and Rebecka Mendelssohn.

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Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Heine (December 13, 1797 Düsseldorf-February 17, 1856 Paris) also known as Heinriks Heine, Heinrihs Heine, Heine, Heinrich, Harry Heine or Christian Johann Heinrich Heine was a German essayist, journalist, literary critic, poet and writer.

He died as a result of lead poisoning.

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Ernst Thälmann

Ernst Thälmann (April 16, 1886 Hamburg-August 18, 1944 Buchenwald concentration camp) also known as Ernst Thalmann was a German politician.

He died as a result of firearm.

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Ludwig Traube

Ludwig Traube (January 12, 1818 Racibórz-April 11, 1876 Berlin) also known as Dr. Ludwig Traube was a German physician.

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August Friedrich Gfrörer

August Friedrich Gfrörer (March 5, 1803 Calw-July 6, 1861 Karlovy Vary) also known as August Friedrich Gfrorer was a German personality.

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