Richard Strauss

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  • Richard Stauss is born

    Richard strauss is born in the German city of munich.
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    Richard Strauss Life & Death

  • Richard Strauss first hears operas.

    Richard Strauss first hears operas.
    Strauss first hears his wagner operahs.
  • Richard goes to universtity

    Richard goes to universtity
    Richard strauss goes to the munich university. But only learns philosophy & art history but not music.
  • Late 1890's strauss makes music.

    Late 1890's strauss makes music.
    Strauss makes some peices. Such as Violin Sonata in E flat.
  • Strauss marries Pauline De Ahna

    Richard STrauss marries an operah woman named Paulne De Ahna. & gets a son named Franz.
  • Richard does his stuff in the orchestra.

    Richard does his stuff in the orchestra.
    Near the end of the 19 century (1800) he made 2 new attempts in genre. Guntram (1894) & Feursnot (1901).
  • 1905 Strauss makes more music

    1905 Strauss makes more music
    Strauss produced salome one tht somewhat dissonant modernist operah based ont eh play Oscar Wilde.
  • Lieder

    Lieder
    All his life Strauss made Lieder. His four last songs are one of his best known. Along with "Zueignug", "Cacilie", "Morgen" & more.
  • Richard Strauss in Nazi Germany

    Richard Strauss in Nazi Germany
    Richard always tried to avoid the Nazi party for reasons. Hitler an ardent Wagnerian music lover admired Strauss's since Solome in 1907.
  • Friedenstag

    Friedenstag
    In 1938, when the entire nation was preparing for war, Strauss created Friedenstag (Peace Day), a one-act opera set in the sieged fortress during the Thirty Years' War.
  • Metamorphosen

    Metamorphosen
    Strauss completed the composition of Metamorphosen, a work for 23 solo strings, in 1945. The title and inspiration for the work comes from a profoundly examining poem by Goethe.
  • Death & Legacy

    Death & Legacy
    Richard Strauss the person that made numerous famous songs int he operah & in the orchestra. Died in September 8 in 1949 from old age in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. A few months later his wife Paula De Ahna died on May 1950 at the age of 88.