Mexican musicians died in Pneumonia

Here are 5 famous musicians from Mexico died in Pneumonia:

Anthony Quinn

Anthony Quinn (April 21, 1915 Chihuahua-June 3, 2001 Boston) also known as Antonio Rudolfo Oaxaca Quinn, Anthony Qvinn, Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca, Tony or Antonio Reyes was a Mexican actor, writer, painter, film producer, film director, professional boxer and restaurateur. He had twelve children, Francesco Quinn, Lorenzo Quinn, Ryan Quinn, Danny Quinn, Alex A. Quinn, Valentina Quinn, Christopher Quinn, Antonia Quinn, Sean Quinn, Catalina Quinn, Christina Quinn and Duncan Quinn.

His albums include .

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Antonio Aguilar

Antonio Aguilar (May 17, 1919 Villanueva-June 19, 2007 Mexico City) also known as José Pascual Antonio Aguilar Márquez Barraza, Atonio Aguilar y Antonio Aguilar, Toni Aguilar, Tony Aguilar, El Charro de Mexico, José Pascual Antonio Aguilar Márquez-Barraza, El Charro de México, Antonio Aguilar Barraza or The Horseman of Mexico was a Mexican singer, actor, songwriter, film producer, screenwriter, singer-songwriter and writer. His children are called Pepe Aguilar and Antonio Aguilar Jr..

Related albums: Rancheras de Relajo, Colección de Oro, Volume 4: 1980-1990, Mi gusto es, Joyas (disc 3), 20 Éxitos, 21 Exitos, 26 Super Exitos, Antonio Aguilar, Colección de Oro (disc 2) and Con Tambora, Volume 2. Genres he performed: Ranchera, Banda, Corrido and Mariachi.

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Miguel Aceves Mejía

Miguel Aceves Mejía (November 15, 1915 Ciudad Juárez-November 6, 2006 Mexico City) a.k.a. Miguel Aceves Mejia, Aceves Mejía, Miguel, El Rey del Falsete, Miguel A. Mejía or the King of the falsetto was a Mexican singer, actor and composer.

His most important albums: Las Rejas No Matan...Y Otros Exitos, La Malagueña, Tu, Solo Tu, and .

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Delia Magaña

Delia Magaña (February 2, 1903 Mexico City-March 31, 1996 Mexico City) also known as Gudelia Flores Magaña was a Mexican singer, actor and dancer.

She began her career in the 1920s as a member of the famous theatre company, Compañía de Revistas de Pepe Guízar. Magaña gained fame for her performances in zarzuela, a Spanish light opera genre. Besides her successful career in theatre, she also starred in several films, such as "Las Tres Perfectas Casadas" (1932) and "La Llorona" (1933). In the 1940s, Magaña shifted her focus to television and worked as an entertainment host for Televisa. Throughout her life, she received several accolades for her contributions to the arts, including the Premio Nacional de Ciencias y Artes in 1994.

Magaña's passion for the arts came from her upbringing in a family of performers. Her father was a musician and her mother was a dancer, which led her to start her career in entertainment at a young age. She had a versatile talent, which allowed her to flourish in different aspects of the arts. Besides singing and acting, she was also a skilled dancer, known for her graceful movements.

Magaña's contribution to the zarzuela genre was significant. She was known for her powerful and emotional performances, which earned her critical acclaim and a loyal fanbase. Her distinct vocal range and expressive acting style made her a sought-after performer in the genre, and she appeared in over 30 zarzuelas throughout her career.

In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, Magaña was also a philanthropist and advocate for education. She founded an organization called "Casa de los Actores," which provided support and resources for retired performers who were struggling financially. She also served as the president of the Actors' Union in Mexico and was a prominent voice in the fight for better working conditions for performers.

Magaña's legacy continues to inspire generations of artists in Mexico and beyond. Her influence on the zarzuela genre and her contributions to the performing arts are celebrated to this day, and she remains an icon of Mexican culture.

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Silvestre Revueltas

Silvestre Revueltas (December 31, 1899 Santiago Papasquiaro-October 5, 1940 Mexico City) also known as Silvestre Revueltas Sánchez or Revueltas was a Mexican conductor, composer and film score composer. He had two children, Eugenia Revueltas Sánchez and Carmen Peers.

Discography: Sensemayá: The Music of Silvestre Revueltas, La Coronela / Itinerarios / Colorines, Revueltas (Orquesta Sinfónica de Xalapa feat. conductor: Carlos Prieto), Rite and The Royal Edition, Volume 27: Latin-American Orchestral Works.

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