1. All year round, in restaurants, shops, and hotels, there is no escaping The Blue Danube waltz. It is the most famous waltz ever written – actually not one waltz but a chain of five interlinked waltz themes. It is Austria’s second national anthem. It is the inescapable conclusion to each New Year’s Day concert in .
  2. The Beautiful Blue Danube lyrics. Danube so blue, so bright and blue, through vale and field you flow so calm, our Vienna greets you, your silver stream through all the lands you merry the heart with your beautiful shores. Far from the Black Forest you hurry to the sea giving your blessing to everything. Eastward you flow, welcoming your brothers.
  3. The Blue Danube River Cruise. Vienna, Budapest & Salzburg. 8 days from only $1,pp. Selected departures up to October & from April to October The price you see is the price you pay. Seven nights on board in your choice of luxury cabin or suite, with river views ;.
  4. Jun 29,  · The Blue Danube is the common English title of An der schönen blauen Donau, Op., a waltz by the Austrian composer Johann Strauss II, composed in Free violin sheet music for Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss.
  5. Unlike much of Bemelman's work, The Blue Danube is not a children's book. It is set in Regensburg, Germany just before the full brunt of the allies might hit it. The story involves an old farmer, his two sisters, and a niece, who occupy an island in the Danube /5(5).
  6. Strauss wrote over waltzes, most notably "An der schönen blauen Donau" (better known to the English-speaking world as "The Blue Danube"). Written to celebrate the River Danube that flows through Vienna, it was premiered as a choral piece on February 13, at a .
  7. Oct 28,  · The screenplay and syncopation to Johann Strauss' classic "Blue Danube Waltz" are absolutely flawless. Clever plot twists are so well done that the unknowing viewer might believe that the music was written later than the plot to match it! It is truly unfortunate that Hollywood no longer produces art at this level of excellence/10(98).
  8. Summary Follow the story of Europe’s two greatest waterways. Float along the Danube, mooring in glimmering cities such as Budapest, Vienna and Bratislava. On the Rhine, gaze up in awe at Cologne’s towering cathedral.

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