Here are 10 famous musicians from Iran died at 74:
Nizam al-Mulk (April 10, 1018 Tous-October 14, 1092 Nahavand) also known as Abu Ali al-Hasan al-Tusi Nizam al-Mulk or Khwaja Nizam al-Mulk Tusi was an Iranian scientist. He had one child, Abolfath Fakhr-ol-Malek.
He died in assassination.
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Abbas-Ali Amid Zanjani (March 30, 1937 Zanjan, Iran-October 30, 2011 Tehran) was an Iranian politician.
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Jalal Zolfonun (September 22, 1937 Abadeh-March 18, 2012 Karaj) otherwise known as Zolfonun, Jalal was an Iranian composer.
His albums: Kord Bayat. His related genres: Persian traditional music.
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Manouchehr Atashi (September 25, 1931 Dashtestan County-November 20, 2005 Tehran) was an Iranian journalist.
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Bahāʾ al-dīn al-ʿĀmilī (February 18, 1547 Baalbek-September 1, 1621 Isfahan) also known as Sheykh Bahaee, Sheikh Bahaei, Shaykh‐i Bahāʾī, Shaykh Baha' al-Din or Baha' al-Din al-'Amili was an Iranian scientist, architect, philosopher and teacher.
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Ahmad Shamloo (December 12, 1925 Tehran-July 24, 2000 Karaj) also known as Ahmad Shamlu or A. Bamdad was an Iranian journalist, poet and writer. He had four children, Siavash Shamlou, Sirous Shamlou, Saman Shamlou and Saghi Shamlou.
He died in diabetes mellitus.
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Hazin Lahiji (April 5, 1692 Isfahan-April 5, 1766) was an Iranian personality.
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Kamal-ol-molk (April 5, 2015 Kashan-August 18, 1940 Nishapur) was an Iranian personality.
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Fereydoon Moshiri (September 21, 1926 Tehran-October 24, 2000 Tehran) also known as Fereydoun Moshiri was an Iranian poet. He had two children, Iqbal Bahar Moshiri and Bahak Moshiri.
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Gholam-Hossein Banan (May 1, 1911 Amol-February 27, 1986 Tehran) was an Iranian singer. He had two children, and .
Genres related to him: Classical music.
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