Franz Joseph

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emperor of Austria and king of Hungary

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Maria Theresa, her children, and their successors ruled one after another, until her descendent Franz Joseph I died in 1916.
50 en do mayor Hob 1:50", del austriaco Franz Joseph Haydn.
The program will also feature Franz Joseph Haydn's Symphony No.
His older brother, Franz Joseph, would become emperor of Austria during the revolutions of 1848.
Perhaps the most intriguing revelation from Sunday's performance came via the opportunity to hear the work of a pair of high-profile musical relatives in close proximity to one another: fully half the program was devoted to music by Franz Joseph and Michael Haydn (brothers) and Leopold and Wolfgang Mozart (father and son).
Having embarked at the Franz Joseph station in Vienna, I imagined Mahler and Kafka riding this same train a century earlier; the Emperor Franz Joseph Railway had connected Vienna and Prague since the late 1860s, but its formal imperial splendor had long since faded.
All in the same week we climbed Franz Joseph Glacier which was breathtakingly amazing, obviously in full-on thermals, as it was freezing.
Dorrough performed abroad at the 37th annual Classical Music Festival in Eisenstaedt, Austria, where he had the opportunity to perform in Franz Joseph Haydn's Grand Hall at the Esterhazy Palace.
Franz Joseph Haydn (31 March 1732 - 31 May 1809), was an Austrian composer and one of the most prolific and prominent of the Classical period.
The royal couple switched to a new car, another open-top, and after confusion over the route their motorcade stopped on Franz Joseph Street outside Schiller's delicatessen where Princip was waiting.
She offers richly detailed backstories about genetics and personality science, from Gregor Mendel's pea plants to Franz Joseph Gall's early efforts to read people's traits by touching the bumps on their skulls.
Franz Joseph and Elisabeth; the last great monarchs of Austria-Hungary.
According to reports, Mehta and his Bavarian State Orchestra played its full cast of works of Ludwig Van Beethoven, Franz Joseph Haydn and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in front of an invited audience of 1,500 guests.
1732: Austrian composer Franz Joseph Haydn was born.
Laszlo Irinyi said the Hungarian poet J[sz]nos Arany was asked to write a poem in praise of the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph.