Johann Strauss III. Johann Strauss III (16 February 1866 – 9 January 1939; German: Johann Strauß III; also known as Johann Maria Eduard Strauss) was an Austrian composer whose father was Eduard Strauss, whose uncles were Johann Strauss II and Josef Strauss, and whose grandfather was Johann Strauss I. He was unofficially entrusted with the ...
Johann Strauss III (1866-1939) Eduard Strauss's son, Johann III was also a conductor and composer, but soon earned the disapproval of his father because of his extravagant lifestyle and taking advantage of the fame of his forebears, including re-using some of their melodies.
The son of Eduard, Johann Strauss III was unofficially entrusted with the task of upholding the family tradition after the dissolution of the Strauss Orchestra by his father in 1901. Johann III was primarily a conductor who saw the dynasty into the gramophone era by recording works by his family for Deutsche Grammophon.
Johann Strauss III. Johann Strauss III (February 16, 1866 - January 9, 1939) was an Austrian composer and conductor. He was the son of Eduard Strauss, the nephew of Johann Strauss II, and grandson of Johann Strauss I. He wrote several waltzes, as well as an operetta, Katze und Maus (Cat and Mouse).
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Johann Strauss III. Real Name: Johann Eduard Strauss. Profile: Composer and conductor, part of the famous Strauss family. February 16, 1866 – January 9, 1939. Nephew of "Waltz King" Johann Strauss Jr., grandson of Johann Strauss Sr., son of Eduard Strauß. Sites:
Great excitement greeted the news, in 1898, that Johann Strauss III (1866-1939), a civil-servant and the son of the Court Ball Music Director Eduard Strauss,...
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