Radetzky


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Radetzky

(German raˈdɛtski)
n
(Biography) Count Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf). 1766–1858, Austrian field marshal: served in the war against Sardinia (1848–9), winning brilliant victories at Custozza (1848) and Novara (1849): governor of Lombardy-Venetia in N Italy (1849-57)
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These invariably included the Radetzky March, Strauss' celebration of the eponymous field marshal's defeat of the first Italian rebellion against Viennese rule and the title of Roth's best known work.
pages of Vienna RGC Concert Promotions present a sparkling concert featuring The Blue Danube Waltz, Tritsch Tratsch Polka, Radetzky March, Gold and Silver Waltz and highlights from the Merry Widow.
For example, the Radetzky March by Johann Strauss is probably the best-known Viennese march played each year on New Year's Eve by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Among his topics are disciplining the wild(wo)men: Borisav Stankovic's not wannabe bride and Janko Polic Kamov's wannabe artist, a rebellion on the knees: Miroslav Krleza and the Croatian narrative of dispossession, and the dis/location of solitude: the dispossession of the paternal protection in Joseph Roth's The Radetzky March and Radomir Konstantinovic's Decartes' Death.
The concert concludes in Viennese New Year style with The Blue Danube and The Radetzky March.
The programme includes traditional Viennese favourites such as the Blue Danube Waltz and the famous Radetzky March plus a bit of New Year fizz.
At this most critical moment, when Shipka seemed to fall, from Gabrovo arrived the first backup sent by a general Radetzky. All troops arrive in the evening at 16 shooting battalions and after a fierce battle the Turks retreat.
But his music lives on through his waltzes, most importantly the 'Radetzky March.'
(3) Carlino informa nel proemio di aver cominciato a scrivere le sue confessioni "alla sera d'una grande sconfitta" (Confessioni I 9), identificabile o con la battaglia di Novara del 23 marzo 1849 in cui gli austriaci guidati da Radetzky sconfissero le truppe sabaude, provocando l'abdicazione di Carlo Alberto, o comunque riferendosi in generale alle guerre del 1848-'49, tra le quali rientrano la difesa della Repubblica Romana e di quella Veneziana, delle quali si parla distesamente negli ultimi capitoli del romanzo.
Die Fledermaus Overture Tritsch-Tratsch Polka Blue Danube Waltz Roses in Tyrol Radetzky March Roses from the South Waltz Tales from the Vienna Woods JOHANN STRAUSS DANCERS in glorious costumes of the period
The last is always Johann Strauss I's Radetzky March, during which the audience claps (and thumps) in time with the conductor's direction.