Johann 1825-99; Austrian composer, esp. of waltzes
Richard 1864-1949; Ger. composer & conductor
See Strauss in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Austrian violinist and composer of waltzes and other works, notably Redetzky March (1848). His son Johann (1825-1899), known as “the Younger,” is sometimes called “the Waltz King” and is best remembered for his numerous waltzes, such as “The Blue Danube” (1867).
American clothing manufacturer who developed heavy denim trousers and founded Levi Strauss and Company (1850).
German composer known chiefly for his symphonic poems, such as Don Quixote (1897), and his operas, including Salome (1905).