Franz Joseph

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Franz Joseph,

emperor of Austria and king of Hungary: see Francis JosephFrancis Joseph
or Franz Joseph,
1830–1916, emperor of Austria (1848–1916), king of Hungary (1867–1916), nephew of Ferdinand, who abdicated in his favor.
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Maria Theresa, her children, and their successors ruled one after another, until her descendent Franz Joseph I died in 1916.
What is certain is that, after Maximilian's sad end, the island was bought by his brother, Franz Joseph, for his son, the wretched Rudolf.
Both selections -- Franz Joseph's Advent aria "Ein' Magd, ein' Dienerin'' and Michael's "Ihr Himmel, taut herab'' -- are driven by a sense of flowing lyricism and marked by inventive accompaniments that help paint the meanings of their respective lyrics (for instance, leaping organ and violin figures depicting falling rain in the latter).
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.
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.
Experience a guided tour and explore attractions such as the River Danube before visiting the breathtaking city of Vienna, where you will stay at the Hotel Kaiser Franz Joseph.
From the childlike thrill of the crunchy snow beneath my crampon-covered feet, to the humming chimes of the blue ice, Franz Joseph Glacier, was truly a wonder to behold.
Franz Joseph I stood up for his Jewish subjects when they were threatened by German anti-Semites.
Contents: Franz Joseph Haydn, Concerto for Two Horns and Orchestra in E[flat], hobVII/2; W.
Obviously in a book covering such a wide topic there are generalisations with which many will not agree and judgements that are far wide of the mark: Franz Joseph was not an 'ineffectual' monarch while the idea that post-1702 British history can be fully understood without reference to the monarchy is ludicrous.
She played, sang, and composed at court in Bayreuth and then at Esterhazy, and whs influenced strongly by Franz Joseph Haydn and also, arguably, by the emotional and expressive style of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.