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  1. Under four administrations, from Cleveland to Taft; by Oscar S. 1850-1926 Straus, 2010-09-07
  2. A Dual Heritage: The Public Career of Oscar S. Straus by Oscar Solomon) Cohen, Naomi Wiener Straus, 1969
  3. Weltburger der Musik: Eine Oscar-Straus-Biographie (German Edition) by Franz Mailer, 1985
  4. Prince of Vienna;: The life, the times, and the melodies of Oscar Straus by Bernard Grun, 1955
  5. The Origin of Republican Form of Government in the United States of America by Oscar Solomon Straus, 2010-03-09
  6. The American spirit by Oscar S. 1850-1926 Straus, 2010-09-07
  7. The American Spirit [1913 ] by Oscar S. (Oscar Solomon) Straus, 2009-09-22
  8. The Origin of Republican Form of Government in the United States of America [ 1901 ] by Oscar S. (Oscar Solomon) Straus, 2009-08-10
  9. International Reconstruction--Its Legal and Political Aspects by Oscar S. Straus, 2009-04-27
  10. F C Whitney"s Production of The Chocolate Soldier - Opera Bouffe by Oscar; Sta, Stanislaus; Bernauer & Jacobson (Libretto by) Straus, 1909
  11. Religious liberty in the United States by Oscar S. 1850-1926 Straus, 2010-08-19
  12. Origin of Republican form of government in the United States of America by Oscar Solomon Straus, 2010-08-28
  13. The United States and Russia; their historical relations by Oscar S. 1850-1926 Straus, 2010-09-07
  14. Religious Liberty in the United States [1896 ] by Oscar S. (Oscar Solomon) Straus, 2009-09-22

1. Guide To Musical Theatre - Operetta
OSCAR STRAUS. Austrian Composer and conductor born Vienna 6 March, 1870; died Bad Ischl, 11 January, 1954. Stage Works Over 40 works (most published in vocal score in
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OSCAR STRAUS
Austrian Composer and conductor: born Vienna 6 March, 1870; died Bad Ischl, 11 January, 1954
Stage Works
Over 40 works (most published in vocal score in Vienna or Berlin) incl.
  • Die lustigen Nibelungen (The Merry Nibelungs) (Operetta, 3 acts; Rideamus [Fritz Oliven]), Carltheater, 12 November, 1904;
    Colombine,(Ballet) Berlin, 1904
    Zur indischen Witwe (Operetta, 3 acts; Libretto by Ignatz Schnitzer) Centraltheater, Berlin 1905
    Hugdietrichs Brautfahrt (Hugdietrich's Honeymoon) (Operetta, 3 acts; Rideamus [Fritz Oliven]), Carltheater, 10 March 1906;
    Ein Walzertraum (A Waltz Dream)

    Das Buch der Abenteuer), Carltheater, 2 March 1907;
    Der tapfere Soldat (The Gallant Soldier)
    (Operetta, 3 acts; R. Bernauer, Leopold Jacobson, "an unauthorised parody of G.B. Shaw's, Arms and the Man ), Theater an der Wien,
    14 November, 1908;
    Didi (Operetta, 3 acts; based on the play by Sardou)
    Das Tal der Liebe (operetta, 3 acts) Volksoper, 1909
    Mein junger Herr (My Son John) (Operetta, 3 acts) 1910 Der tapfere Cassian (The Brave Cassian) (Play - 1 act) Libretto by Arthur Schnitzler (1912) Die Prinzessin von Tragant (Regel), (Ballet) Vienna, Hofoper, 13 November, 1912
  • 2. Oscar Straus, Director, Elderly Project, Volunteers Of Legal Service: - ZoomInfo
    Straus, Oscar Theodore Roosevelt Association Straus, Oscar Straus Historical Society Inc Straus, Oscar The Daniel Florence Guggenheim Foundation
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    Straus, Oscar Theodore Roosevelt Association Straus, Oscar Straus Historical Society Inc Straus, Oscar Volunteers
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    4. Oscar Straus (composer) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Straus, Oscar Nathan ALTERNATIVE NAMES Strauss, Oscar Nathan SHORT DESCRIPTION Viennese composer DATE OF BIRTH 6 March 1870 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH
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    Oscar Straus (composer)
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Oscar Straus, c. 1902 Oscar Nathan Straus (6 March 1870 – 11 January 1954) was a Viennese composer of operettas and film scores and songs. He also wrote about 500 cabaret songs, chamber music, and orchestral and choral works. His original name was actually Strauss, but for professional purposes he deliberately omitted the final 's', since he wished not to be associated with the musical Strauss family of Vienna. However, he did follow the advice of Johann Strauss II in 1898 about abandoning the prospective lure of writing waltzes for the more lucrative business of writing for the theatre. He studied music in Berlin under Max Bruch , and became an orchestral conductor, working at the Überbrettl cabaret . He went back to Vienna and began writing operettas, becoming a serious rival to Franz Lehár . When Lehár's popular The Merry Widow premiered in 1905, Straus was said to have remarked "Das kann ich auch!" (I can also do that!). In 1939, following the Nazi Anschluss , he fled to Paris , where he received the honour of a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur , and then to Hollywood . After the war, he returned to Europe, and settled at

    5. Straus, Oscar
    Straus, Oscar ( s ' k r shtrous ), 18701954, Austrian composer; studied in Vienna and with Max Bruch in Berlin. After a brief career as conductor he turned entirely to
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    Oscar Straus (links) und der Filmregisseur Ernst Lubitsch (mit Zigarre). Foto.
    Straus, Oscar, * 6. 3. 1870 Wien, 11. 1. 1954 Bad Ischl ( ), Operettenkomponist. Kapellmeister in Brünn, Teplitz, Mainz und Berlin. Gründete dort mit E. L. Wolzogen das "Überbrettl" (1901-02). Nach seiner Rückkehr nach Wien ( zirka 1903) begann er mit großem Erfolg, Operetten zu komponieren, und wurde mit "Ein Walzertraum" (1907) international bekannt; 1939 Emigration nach Paris ( (Bad Ischl). zirka 500 Kabarettnummern. Hinweise zum Lexikon Suche nach hierher verweisenden Seiten

    6. Naxos Straus, Oscar
    Brief biography and caricature with summary of stage works and recommended recording.
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    7. Straus, Oscar Definition Of Straus, Oscar In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Straus, Oscar ( s`k r shtrous), 1870–1954, Austrian composer; studied in Vienna and with Max Bruch in Berlin. After a brief career as conductor he turned entirely to composition
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    8. Oscar SOlOmOn Straus
    Oscar sOlOmOn straus Oscar sOlOmOn straus Oscar sOlOmOn straus Oscar sOlOmOn straus Oscar sOlOmOn straus lawyer, authOr, merchant, PhilanthrOPist lawyer, authOr, merchant, PhilanthrOPist
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    9. Strauss, Oscar
    Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and link to biographical essay from Dr. Estrella s Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
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    Strauss, Oscar
    Strauss, Oscar
    Period: Romantic
    Born: 1870 in Vienna, Austria
    Died: 1954 in Bad Ischl, Austria
    Nation of Origin: Austria
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    Blume, Friedrich, with M. D. Norton (Translator) and Herter Norton (Translator), Classic and Romantic Music; A Comprehensive Survey, Kennedy, Michael, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 1997, ISBN: 0198691629 Einstein, Alfred. Music in the Romantic Era, Sadie, Stanley and Tyrrell, John; Editors, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Groves Dictionaries, Inc., January 2001, ISBN: 1561592390 Slonimsky, Nicolas and Kuhn, Laura; Editors, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Gale Group, December 2000, ISBN: 0028655257 Links to essays at other sites: The Romantic Generation by Charles Rosen Please note: These links will open in a new window. Biographical essay at the Naxos site If this link does not work, try searching naxos.com

    10. Oscar Straus — Infoplease.com
    More on Oscar Straus from Infoplease Straus meaning and definitions Straus Definition and Pronunciation; Cabinet Members Under T. Roosevelt - Cabinet Members Under T
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    11. Straus Oscar - Achat Et Vente Straus Oscar Neuf Et D'occasion Sur PriceMinister
    Vintage News Photo Mrs Oscar Straus Oscar Straus Vintage News Service Photos circa 1900
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    12. Straus, Oscar Solomon - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
    Germanborn diplomat and author who went to the USA in 1854. In 1887, he was appointed ambassador to Turkey 1887–89, a post he returned to twice 1898–1900, 1909–10.
    http://encyclopedia.farlex.com/Straus, Oscar Solomon

    13. The Origin Of Republican Form Of Government In The United States Of America : St
    Author Straus, Oscar S. (Oscar Solomon), 18501926 Subject Republics Publisher New York G.P. Putnam's Sons Language English Digitizing sponsor MSN Book contributor Cornell University
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    14. Straus, Oscar Solomon Definition Of Straus, Oscar Solomon In The Free Online Enc
    Straus, Oscar Solomon (1850–1926) diplomat, author; born in Otterberg, Germany (brother of Isidor and Nathan Straus). His mother Sara brought the family to join her husband
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    15. The American Spirit : Straus, Oscar S. (Oscar Solomon), 1850-1926 : Free Downloa
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    Straus, Oscar, 18701954, Austrian composer; studied in Vienna and with Max Bruch in Berlin. After a brief career as conductor he turned entirely to composition.
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    18. STRAUS, Oscar
    STRAUS, Oscar Repertoire Catalogue My hero for soprano and piano TP021 Rita Hunter in Recital Rita Hunter (soprano); Victor Morris (piano)
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    Rita Hunter (soprano); Victor Morris (piano)
    Rita Hunter is one of the great unsung heroines of the world of sopranos. This recording was made at a concert given in London in the 70s and shows her at her best in a programme of variety and passion.
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    19. Oscar Straus — FactMonster.com
    More on Oscar Straus from Fact Monster operetta operetta operetta , type of light opera with a frivolous, sentimental story, often employing parody
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    20. Broadway: The American Musical
    Straus, Oscar. The Chocolate Soldier. English words by Stanislaus Stange. The play is based on Shaw's Arms and the Man. Cover llustration by De Takacs.
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    Operettas
    The success of Franz Lehar's The Merry Widow on Broadway
    in 1907 revived interest in operetta. The Chocolate Soldier was
    joined in succeeding years by Victor Herbert's Naughty Marietta
    and Sweethearts, and Rudolf Friml's The Firefly.
    Straus, Oscar. The Chocolate Soldier. English words by Stanislaus Stange.
    The play is based on Shaw's Arms and the Man.
    Cover llustration by De Takacs.
    Sheet Music Collection Romberg, Sigmund. Selection from The Desert Song. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Cover illustration: unsigned, but probably by Malcolm Strauss. New York: Harms, Inc. 1926. Friml, Rudolf. Indian Love Call. Lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. New York: Warner Bros., 1924 Sheet Music Collection Operettas on modern themes gained popularity in the 1920s. The Desert Song, inspired by the Riff revolt and by such popular novels and films as The Sheik, is one of the most lastingly popular, along with Rose-Marie, set in the Canadian Rockes. Both shows contributed such notable songs as The Desert Song, One Alone, Romance, Indian Love Call, and Rose-Marie. previous next broadway musical home exhibits home ... about this exhibit Last modified: Tuesday, 28-Jun-2005 09:20:29 EDT

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