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  1. Johann Strauss was born in Leopoldstadt (now in Vienna). Strauss's parents, Franz Borgias Strauss (10 October 1764 – 5 April 1816) and Barbara Dollmann (3 December 1770 – 28 August 1811), were innkeepers (Zum heiligen Florian). He was born a Roman Catholic.

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  2. May 24, 2018 · Genealogy for Franz Borgias Strauss (1764 - 1816) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames

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  3. Dec 17, 2016 · Franz Borgias Strauss was born on 10 October 1764 in the Viennese district Leopoldstadt. He worked as a travelling waiter in Vienna before becoming a tavern landlord. On 23 October 1797, he married Barbara Dollmann, the daughter of a Viennese coachman, in the Leopoldskirche in Leopoldstadt.

  4. birth: 3 December 1770, Vienne (Autriche) marriage: ♂ Franz Borgias Strauss , Vienna (Austria) death: 28 August 1811, Vienne (Autriche) ♂ Franz Borgias Strauss. birth: 10 October 1764, Vienna (Austria) marriage: ♀ Barbara Dollmann , Vienna (Austria) death: about 5 April 1816, Vienna (Austria), He was discovered drowned in the Danube river.

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    Johann Strauss was the father of Johann Strauss II, Josef Strauss and Eduard Strauss, who had a son called Johann Strauss III, born in 1866. He also had two daughters, Anna, who was born in 1829, and Therese, who was born in 1831. His youngest son, Ferdinand, who was born 1834, lived only ten months. Strauss's parents (Franz Borgias Strauss; October 10, 1764 – April 5, 1816) and Barbara Dollmann (December 3, 1770 – August 28, 1811) were innkeepers (Zum heiligen Florian). Strauss had a Hungarian Jewish grandfather, Johann Michael Strauss (1720–1800) who converted to Catholicism.[1] Tragedy struck his family as his mother died of 'creeping fever' when he was seven. When he was 12, his father Franz Borgias Strauss was discovered drowned, possibly by suicide, in the Danube river. His guardian, the tailor Anton Müller, placed him as an apprentice to a bookbinder Johann Lichtscheidl; Strauss took lessons in the violin and viola in addition to fulfilling his apprenticeship.[2][3][4] Contra...

    Waltzes

    1. Täuberln-Walzer op. 1 Little Doves(1827) 2. Döblinger Réunion-Walzer op. 2 Dobling Reunion Waltz 3. Wiener Carneval op. 3 Viennese Carnival(1828) 4. Kettenbrücke-Walzer op. 4 Suspension Bridge(1828) 5. Gesellschafts-Walzer op. 5 Association’s Waltz 6. Wiener Launen-Walzer op. 6 Vienna Fancies Waltz 7. Tivoli-Rutsch Walzer op. 39 Tivoli-Slide(1830) 8. Das Leben ein Tanz oder Der Tanz ein Leben! Walzer op. 49 Life is a Dance 9. Elisabethen-Walzer op. 71 10. Philomelen-Walzer op. 82 11. Paris...

    Polkas

    1. Seufzer-Galopp op. 9 Sighing 2. Chineser-Galopp op. 20 Chinese 3. Einzugs-galopp op. 35 Entrance Galopp 4. Sperl-Galopp op. 42 5. Fortuna-Galopp op. 69 6. Jugendfeuer-Galopp op. 90 Young Spirit 7. Cachucha-Galopp op. 97 8. Indianer-Galopp op. 111 Red Indian Galopp 9. Sperl-Polka op. 133 10. Beliebte Annen-Polka op. 137 Beloved Anna 11. Piefke und Pufke Polka op. 235

    Marches

    1. Radetzky-Marschop. 228 (1848) 2. Jelačić-Marsch op. 244

  5. Johann Strauss was born in Leopoldstadt (now in Vienna). Strauss's parents, Franz Borgias Strauss (10 October 1764 – 5 April 1816) and Barbara Dollmann (3 December 1770 – 28 August 1811), were innkeepers (Zum heiligen Florian). He was born a Roman Catholic.

  6. Os pais de Strauss, Franz Borgias Strauss (10 de outubro de 1764–5 de abril de 1816) e Barbara Dollmann (3 de decembro de 1770–28 de agosto de 1811), eran hostaleiros (Zum heiligen Florian). A familia era católico romano .

  7. Sep 22, 2017 · Johann Strauss’s parents are Franz Borgias Strauss and Barbara Dollmann. His father was born on October 10, 1764 and died on April 5, 1816. Whereas his mother was born on December 3, 1770 and died on August 28, 1811.

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