In the hands of Johann Strauss II and his contemporaries it was admired by Brahms, Wagner and Schoenberg, with "something tragic" about it according to the great Austrian conductor Felix Weingar tner.
What does JSII stand for?
JSII stands for Johann Strauss II (composer)
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- Japan Society of Information and Knowledge
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The concert also features opera, with performances of the Die Fledermaus Overture by Johann Strauss II, Wagner's Flying Dutchman Overture and, as part of celebrations for the centenary of Benjamin Britten's birth, Soirees Musicales.
The audience was charmed at first by a delightful performance of the overture to Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II, in an arrangement by Brett Dean.
They are performed by the Slovak State Philharmonic, which has also contributed many items to the complete Johann Strauss II editions.
Composer Johann Strauss II created the score, but he died before completing the orchestration.
An afternoon concert on December 28 (3pm) will whisk audiences off to the world of the waltz king, Johann Strauss II.