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26th August 2015
If you love Strauss and Viennese Music
"You have come to the right site where there is more to be found than anywhere else"
Whether it's CDs, Viennese balls, concerts, operetta and zarzuela, music for the ballet, or music played by an ensemble or soloist we are here to serve both the enthusiast and the musician. The Johann Strauss Society of Great Britain keeps you informed and up to date.
You will find potted biographies of the Strauss family and many of their contemporaries, with drop down lists of their compositions. We list current events, our own sponsored CDs with sound clips, a subject index to our publications, and a feedback form for your personal use. The website is easy to navigate and is being constantly updated and expanded.
We operate a music hire service for orchestras and an archive listing can be found under the scores tab.
Online membership for only £22 per year gives you instant access to:
- Our newsletter, and magazine Vienna Music
- Members only CD catalogue including non-commercial recordings, all at discounted prices
- Access to back issues to the year 2000
- Sound and video links to 1000s of recordings
- MP3 downloads for personal use
- An email notification service
- Library index including books and music (scores and sound recordings) held in our archive
- Personal service for any enquiries
We organise and participate in national and international events.
Membership is for one year from date of application. Please go to Members Tab: Join/renew. Use the PayPal facility, which also accepts secure credit card payment. You will get password and login details in your email confirmation.
The more members we have, the better the service we can provide. We are non-profit making and have a worldwide membership. We have sponsored and researched a huge amount of music that would otherwise have never been played or recorded.
The Society has just celebrated its 50th year and we are connected to many professional orchestras. The music we cover, that is related in style, extends from Sousa and Rosas in the Americas to contemporaries in all the European nations.