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Johann Strauss II


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Johann Strauss II
   composed the opera   
Die Fledermaus
Despite being an operetta, it is among the top twenty most performed "operas" in North America
Johann Strauss II
   was born in   
Austria
Waltz king
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Blindekuh (1878)
Blind Man's Buff
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Cagliostro in Wien (1875)
Cagliostro in Vienna
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Das Spitzentuch Der Königin (1880)
The Queen's Lace Handkerchief
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Der Karneval in Rom (1873)
The Carnival in Rome
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Der Lustige Krieg (1881)
The Merry War
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Die Fledermaus (1874)
The Bat
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Eine Nacht in Venedig (1883)
A Night in Venice
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Indigo Und Die Vierzig Räuber (1871)
Indigo and the Forty Thieves
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Prinz Methusalem (1877)
Prince Methusalem
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Simplicius (1887)
Conceived from the work of HUC von Gremmelhausen
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Waldmeister (1895)
Woodruff
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Wiener Blut (Vienna Blood) (1899)
Viennese Blod
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Die Fledermaus
(1874) Fun fact: The title of this opera is the inspiration for the character of Die Fledermaus on Fox's cancelled cartoon show, The Tick (from the comic book of the same name).
Johann Strauss II
   is buried in   
Zentralfriedhof, Vienna, Austria
Composer of waltzes, 1827-1899






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