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  2. Johann Sebastian Bach - Facts, Children & Compositions ...

    Born in Eisenach, Thuringia, Germany, on March 31, 1685 (N.S.) / March 21, 1685 (O.S.), Johann Sebastian Bach came from a family of musicians, stretching back several generations. His father ...

  3. Johann Hari | Speaker | TED

    He was twice named "National Newspaper Journalist of the Year" by Amnesty International. He has also been named "Cultural Commentator of the Year" and "Environmental Commentator of the Year" at the Comment Awards, and "Gay Journalist of the Year" at the Stonewall Awards. Read about what Johann is working on now. Johann Hari’s TED talks 14:42

  4. Johann Pachelbel | Biography, Music, & Facts | Britannica

    Johann Pachelbel, (baptized September 1, 1653, Nürnberg [Germany]—died March 3, 1706, Nürnberg), German composer known for his works for organ and one of the great organ masters of the generation before Johann Sebastian Bach. Pachelbel studied music at Altdorf and Regensburg and held posts as organist in Vienna, Stuttgart, and other cities.

  5. Johann STRAUSS - The Greatest Hits (Full album) PatefonChannel 1.28M subscribers 5.1M views 8 years ago Johann Strauss - The Greatest Hits (Full album) 2014 / FULL HD State Symphony Orchestra...

  6. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe | Biography, Works, Faust, & Facts

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, (born August 28, 1749, Frankfurt am Main [Germany]—died March 22, 1832, Weimar, Saxe-Weimar), German poet, playwright, novelist, scientist, statesman, theatre director, critic, and amateur artist, considered the greatest German literary figure of the modern era. Goethe is the only German literary figure whose range and international standing equal those of Germany ...

  7. Johann Amerbach - Wikipedia

    Johann Amerbach (1444 in Amorbach, Germany; 25 December 1514 in Basel, Switzerland) was a celebrated printer in Basel in the 15th century. He was the first printer in Basel to use the Roman type instead of Gothic and Italian and spared no expense in his art.

  8. Johann Strauss II | Biography, Compositions, & Facts

    Johann Strauss II, (born October 25, 1825, Vienna, Austria—died June 3, 1899, Vienna), “the Waltz King,” a composer famous for his Viennese waltzes and operettas. Strauss was the eldest son of the composer Johann Strauss I. Because his father wished him to follow a nonmusical profession, he started his career as a bank clerk. He studied the violin without his father’s knowledge ...

  9. Johann Tetzel | Dominican friar | Britannica

    Johann Tetzel, Tetzel also spelled Tezel, (born c. 1465, Pirna, Saxony [Germany]—died Aug. 11, 1519, Leipzig), German Dominican friar whose preaching on indulgences, considered by many of his contemporaries to be an abuse of the sacrament of penance, sparked Martin Luther’s reaction. After entering the Dominican order, probably at Leipzig, Tetzel was appointed inquisitor for Poland (1509 ...

  10. Johann (How to Train Your Dragon) | Villains Wiki | Fandom

    Johann was the sole survivor of a Submaripper attack. He eventually sails to Berk where he tells the Dragon Riders of his past experiences with a Submaripper. He meets up with Heather at the end of the episode revealing that he knows a man who has seen her father alive, unknown to her he is luring her into a trap.

  11. Johann Strauss Jr. | Discography | Discogs

    Not to be confused with his father Johann Strauss Sr. who composed the Radetsky-March. Austrian composer, born 25 October 1825 in St. Ulrich, Austria and died 3 June 1899 in Vienna, Austria. He composed dance music (over 500 waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, and other types of dance music), several operettas and a ballett.