Here are 16 famous musicians from Germany died in Cancer:
Douglas Killmer (July 18, 1947 Chicago-August 29, 2005 Willits) was a German musician.
Genres: Blues, Blues rock and Rock and roll.
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Erich Honecker (August 25, 1912 Neunkirchen-May 29, 1994 Santiago) a.k.a. Honecker, Erich was a German politician. He had two children, Erika Honecker and Sonja Honecker.
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Erich Kunzel (March 21, 1935 New York City-September 1, 2009 Swan's Island) also known as Kunzel, Erich was a German conductor.
His albums: The Ultimate Movie Music Collection, Scary Music, Puttin' on the Ritz: Great Hollywood Musicals, Symphonic Star Trek, The Very Best of Erich Kunzel and The Cincinnati Pops: Top 20, Down on the Farm, The Big Picture, Music of the Beatles (feat. King's Singers), Fantastic Journey and Star Tracks. Genres: Classical music.
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Yehuda Amichai (May 3, 1924 Würzburg-September 22, 2000 Israel) also known as עמיחי, יהודה was a German writer and poet.
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Michael Karoli (April 29, 1948 Straubing-November 17, 2001 Essen) otherwise known as Karoli, Michael was a German , .
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Pina Bausch (July 27, 1940 Solingen-June 30, 2009 Wuppertal) also known as Josephine Bausch, Philippine Bausch, Philippina "Pina" Bausch or Philippina Bausch was a German choreographer, dancer, theatre director, actor, film director and screenwriter. She had one child, Salomon Bausch.
Her albums: Vollmond: Vollmond Music From the Dance Theatre of Pina Bausch.
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Mathias Wieman (June 23, 1902 Osnabrück-December 3, 1969 Zürich) also known as Mathias Wiemann, M. Wieman, Carl Heinrich Franz Mathias Wieman or Wiemann was a German actor.
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Johannes Brahms (May 7, 1833 Hamburg-April 3, 1897 Vienna) a.k.a. Brahams, J. Brahms, Brahms, Brahms Johannes, Johannes Brahms, Brahms, Johannes (1833 - 1897), 브람스, J Brahm, Johanness Brāmss, 布拉姆斯, 约翰内斯·布拉姆斯, 约翰内斯·勃拉姆斯, 約翰內斯·布拉姆斯, 約翰尼斯·布拉姆斯 or Brahms, Johannes was a German composer and pianist.
Discography: Sonatas for Cello and Piano, opp. 38, 99 and 108, The Greatest Hits, Piano Concerto No. 2 / Rhapsodies Op. 79 (piano: Rudolf Buchbinder), Sonata in F minor / Intermezzo No. 7 / Capriccio No. 2 / Hungarian Dances (feat piano: Evgeny Kissin), 10 Intermezzi for Piano / 4 Ballades, 16 Valses / Piano Concerto No. 1, 21 Hungarian Dances (feat. violin: Aaron Rosand), 10 Intermezzi for Piano, Ballades, op. 10 / Rhapsodies, op. 79 and 50 Classical Highlights (disc 1). His related genres: Classical music.
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Theo Lingen (June 10, 1903 Hanover-November 10, 1978 Vienna) also known as Lingen, Theo or Franz Theodor Schmitz was a German actor, film director, screenwriter and musician. He had one child, Ursula Lingen.
His most important albums: Der Theodor im Fussballtor.
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Helen Vita (August 7, 1928 Hohenschwangau-February 16, 2001 Berlin) otherwise known as Helene Elisabeth Reichel, Helene Vita, Helen Vita Elizabeth Reichel or Helen Vita Elizabeth Reichel Baumgartner was a German actor, singer and comedian.
Her most recognized albums: Die frechsten Chansons aus dem alten Frankreich, Freche Chansons aus dem alten Frankreich, Die Besten der Frechen, Frechsten und Allerfrechsten, Noch frechere Chansons aus dem alten Frankreich and Dolce Helen Vita, Folge 1.
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Viktor de Kowa (March 8, 1904 Przesieczany-April 8, 1973 Berlin) also known as Viktor Paul Karl Kowarzik, Victor de Kowa, Victor Paul Karl Kowalczyk or Victor Paul Karl Kowarzik was a German actor, film director, singer, narrator, poet and writer.
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Erik Tuxen (July 4, 1902 Mannheim-August 28, 1957 Denmark) also known as Erik Oluf Tuxen, Eric Olaf To~ukusen or Eric To~ukusen was a German conductor, composer and music arranger.
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Brigitte Horney (March 29, 1911 Berlin-July 27, 1988 Hamburg) a.k.a. Biggy or Brigitte HorneyLMF was a German actor and voice actor.
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Rosel Zech (July 7, 1940 Berlin-August 31, 2011 Berlin) also known as Rosalie Helga Lina Zech or Roselie Helga Lina Zech was a German actor.
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Carl Orff (July 10, 1895 Munich-March 29, 1982 Munich) a.k.a. Orff, Carl was a German music pedagogue and composer. He had one child, Godela.
Discography: Carmina Burana, Carl Orff: Carmina Burana / Paul Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphosis, Carmina Burana, Carmina Burana (Berliner Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Seiji Ozawa), Classica D'Oro, Volume 1 (disc 41: Carmina Burana Nr. 1 aus Trionfi) (Salzburger Mozarteum Chor & Orchester feat: conductor: Kurt Prestel, sopran: Gerda Hartmann, tenor: Richard Brünner, bariton: Rudolf Knoll), Carmina Burana (Munich Radio Orchestra feat. conductor: Kurt Eichhorn), Carmina Burana, Carmina Burana (Sinf. Eslovaca feat. conductor: Anton Nanut), Carmina Burana: Cantiones profanae / Weltliche Gesänge (Chor und Orchester des Musikgymnasiums Graz feat. conductor: Robert Fischer) and Carmina Burana (Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Wolfgang Sawallisch). Genres he performed: Opera and 20th-century classical music.
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Gottfried John (August 29, 1942 Berlin-September 1, 2014 Utting) a.k.a. John, Gottfried was a German actor and voice actor.
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