Person    | Male  Born 1804  Died 1849

Johann Strauss, senior

Categories: Music / songs

Countries: Austria

Founder of the Strauss dynasty of Viennese light music composers. He composed 'Radetzky March', amongst others.

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Johann Strauss, senior

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