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Son of Franz Strauss.
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- Germany, München, Frauenplatz 1 Frauenkirche — 11 Jun 1864
- Germany, München, Altheimer Eck 16 — 11 Jun 1864
- Germany, Weimar, Erfurter Straße 19 — 11 Nov 1889
- Germany, Weimar, Erfurter Straße 19 — 10 May 1894
- Germany, Marquartstein, Schnappenkapelle — 10 Sep 1894
- Germany, Essen, — — 1904
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3 March 1885: Premiere of concerto for horn and orchestra no. 1 in E flat major op. 11, in Meiningen, Germany.
11 November 1889: Premiere of Don Juan op. 20, in Weimar, Germany, with Strauss conducting.
21 June 1890: Premiere of Tod und Verklärung op. 24, in Eisenach, Germany, with Strauss conducting.
10 May 1894: Premiere of Guntram, in Weimar, Germany, with Strauss conducting.
5 November 1895: Premiere of Till Eulenspieges Lustige Streiche op. 28, in Cologne, Germany.
27 November 1896: Premiere of Also sprach Zarathustra op. 30, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, with Strauss conducting.
8 March 1898: Premiere of Don Quixote op. 35, in Cologne, Germany.
3 March 1899: Premiere of Ein Heldenleben, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, with Strauss conducting.
21 November 1901: Premiere of Feuersnot, in Dresden, Germany.
21 March 1904: Premiere of Sinfonia Domestica op. 53, in New York, USA, with Strauss conducting.
19 October 1904: Premiere of Sibelius's violin concerto in d minor op. 47, in Helsinki, Finland, with Richard Strauss conducting.
9 December 1905: Premiere of Salome, in Dresden, Germany.
2 March 1907: Premiere of Ein Waltzertraum, in Vienna, Austria.
25 January 1909: Premiere of Elektra, in Dresden, Germany.
26 January 1911: Premiere of Der Rosenkavalier, in Dresden, Germany.
28 October 1915: Premiere of Eine Alpensinfonie op. 64, in Berlin, Germany, with Strauss conducting.
4 October 1916: Premiere of Ariadne auf Naxos, in Vienna, Austria.
10 October 1919: Premiere of Die Frau Ohne Schatten, in Vienna, Austria.
4 November 1924: Premiere of Intermezzo, in Dresden, Austria.
6 June 1928: Premiere of Die Ägyptische Helena, in Dresden, Germany.
1 July 1933: Premiere of Arabella, in Dresden, Germany.
24 June 1935: Premiere of Die Schweigsame Frau, in Dresden, Germany.
24 July 1938: Premiere of Friedenstag, in Munich, Germany.
15 October 1938: Premiere of Daphne, in Dresden, Germany.
28 October 1942: Premiere of Capriccio, in Munich, Germany.
11 August 1943: Premiere of concert for horn and orchestra no. 2 in E flat major, in Salzburg, Germany.
22 May 1950: Premiere of Vier Letzte Lieder, in London, England.
14 August 1952: Premiere of Die Liebe de Danae, in Salzburg, Austria.
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