Richard Strauss


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Noun1.Richard Strauss - German composer of many operasRichard Strauss - German composer of many operas; collaborated with librettist Hugo von Hoffmannsthal to produce several operas (1864-1949)
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BORN RICHARD the Lionheart, King of England, 1157 PETER Sellers, UK comic actor, 1925, above PATSY Cline, US country singer, 1932 DIED DOROTHY Dandridge, US actress, 1965 RICHARD Strauss, German composer, 1949 NOEL Cantwell, Irish footballer, 2005, above
by Richard Strauss, arranged for violin, clarinet, French horn, bassoon and double bass.
1864: Opera composer Richard Strauss was born in Munich.
In the film Richard Strauss and His Heroines, German filmmaker Thomas von Steinaecker presents Richard Strauss (1864-1949) as a composer shrouded in enigma and contradictions; a man with a secret.
The program also features "Voices of Spring'' by Johann Strauss II and the poignant "Four Last Songs'' by Richard Strauss.
Felix Jones grabbed a second-half double, with Dave Kilcoyne, Richard Strauss, Simon Zebo and Stuart Olding completing the rout.
JUMPING FOR JOY Conor Murray and Richard Strauss celebrate Tommy Bowe's try.
Synopsis: The life and music of Richard Strauss (1864--1949) span what was arguably the most turbulent period in human history, encompassing the Franco-Prussian War, the unification of Germany, and two world wars.
ANDRIS Nelsons continues his epic trawl with the CBSO through the tone-poems of Richard Strauss, arriving here with a magnificent account of Also Sprach Zar- Zar athustra, this probing and disturbing Nietzschederived work which is far more than its Space Odyssey-hijacked opening.
Featuring piano virtuoso Lang Lang as special guest, symphonic poems by Berlioz and Richard Strauss dominate Vienna Philharmonic program on the occasion of the latter's 150th birthday
7) Johannes Brahms, Clara Schumann, Richard Strauss, Gustav Mahler, Arnold Schoenberg, Pablo Casals, Eduard Hanslick, and Max Kalbeck were amongst a whole host of luminaries that frequented the Palais Wittgenstein.