Plaque

Johann Strauss

Inscription

Johann Strauss 1st, 1804 to 1849, father of the Waltz dynasty and composer of the 'Radetzky March' lodged here (formerly Hotel du Commerce) on his first visit to England in April 1838.
Johann Strauss Society of Great Britain, July 1989

Site: Johann Strauss (1 memorial)

WC2, Leicester Street, 1

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Johann Strauss

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Johann Strauss, senior

Founder of the Strauss dynasty of Viennese light music composers. He compose...

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