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21-30 of 77 videos of music composed by Johann Strauss II

Vienna Philharmonic -Thunder and Lightning Polka
Vienna Philharmonic -Thunder and Lightning Polka BBC-Eurovision Live Transmission From Vienna Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Daniel Barenboim New Year's Day Concert 2009 "Johann Strauss-Thunder and Lightning Polka" ~CD DVD & Blu-Ray recordings of the 2009 concert now out on the Decca label~ ~New Year's Day Concert 2010 already sold out! Conductor is Georges Prêtre~
Persian March - Johann Strauss II
Persian March - Johann Strauss II Persian March - Johann Strauss II
Napoleon Marsch - Johann Strauss
Napoleon Marsch - Johann Strauss When the 'French Party' organised a "Napoléon Festival" for 12 October 1854 at Karl Schwender's Casino in Rudolfsheim, the Morgen-Post announced that, on this occasion, Johann would conduct the Strauss Orchestra in the first performance of a specially composed Napoleons-Fest-Marsch (Napoléon Festival March). That November it was announced in the Viennese press that "his Majesty, the Emperor Napoléon III, has been pleased to accept the dedication of the 'Napoleon March' composed by Johann Strauss." For his part, the French monarch expressed his gratitude to the young Viennese 'Musikdirektor' by arranging for him to be presented with a valuable pearl tiepin. To this day the swaggering Napoleon-Marsch enjoys considerable success wherever it is played - although it continues to present Strauss researchers with an intriguing puzzle. For the second theme of the trio section, Johann Strauss incorporated a French "national melody", the identity of which he took with him to the grave.
Carlos Kleiber conducts 'Radetsky March' by Strauss
Carlos Kleiber conducts 'Radetsky March' by Strauss Johann Strauss 'Radetsky March' New Year's Concert 1989 Wiener Philharmoniker Carlos Kleiber
Johann Strauss II - Hunting - Fast Polka
Johann Strauss II - Hunting - Fast Polka Johann Strauss II - Hunting - Fast Polka
The Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert 2011 - Johann Strauss -
The Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert 2011 - Johann Strauss - This is a video of an another great performance of Johann's Strauss Waltzer performed by the Wiener Philharmoniker | Vienna Philharmonic on the 2011 Neujahrskonzert | New Year Concert . I got some message matched 3rd party content so i don't like my video to get banned so here are entities: Entity: Music Publishing Rights Collecting Society Content Type: Musical Composition I hope you like it ENJOY! Tags:The Vienna Philharmonic, New Year's Concert 2011, Johann Strauss - Waltzer, HD, The Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert 2011, Waltzer, 2011
Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss-Improvised
Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss-Improvised I specially like to thank my dear friend, user name "Beethoveen" for asking me to play this masterpiece and giving me the original sheet music . This piece is about 11 minutes long and to stay within the limit I had to cut a bit from the beginning and I made some improvisation to add the Strings melodies.
Johann Strauss II - Blue Danube Waltz
Johann Strauss II - Blue Danube Waltz Johann Strauss, Jr. is the first truly well-known composer in those classical genres particular to his hometown, the Viennese waltz and Viennese operetta. The Blue Danube Waltz is not only the most popular of his works in the former category, but is among the most widely played and arranged pieces of its time, known to the most casual listener today from many radio, film and television uses of it. Johann Strauss, Jr. was born in Vienna on October 25, 1825. He showed remarkable skills early in his childhood, despite his father's opposition to any career in music for any of his three sons. Johann, Sr. wanted him to become a banker, but the younger Strauss had his own ideas, taking violin lessons in secret from a player in his father's band. When Strauss was 17 his father left the family, thus allowing him to begin serious study without encumbrance. His mother, a good amateur violinist who had always encouraged him, remained supportive. Strauss now studied theory with Joseph Drechsler and took violin lessons from Anton Kohlmann. In 1844 young Johann led his first concert and a year later formed his own band, thereby competing with his father's orchestra. He was also writing his own quadrilles, mazurkas, polkas, and waltzes for performance by his ensemble, even conducting works by his father, and receiving praise from the press. He was given the honorary position of Bandmaster of the 2nd Vienna Citizens' Regiment (his father was bandmaster of the 1st regiment) in 1845, and in ...
Radetzky March - Johann Strauss Sr
Radetzky March - Johann Strauss Sr Radetzky March - Johann Strauss Sr
Napoleon March - Johann Strauss II
Napoleon March - Johann Strauss II Napoleon March - Johann Strauss II
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