Johann Strauss the Younger (1825 - 1899) was a Viennese composer, best known for his operettas and dance music, especially his waltzes, polkas, and quadrilles. By the time his father died in 1849, he was already well-established as a renowned composer in his own right.
His most famous work is probably the Blue Danube Waltz (Op. 314), written in 1866, which has become famous all over the world, with many adaptions and arrangements.
The Blue Danube Waltz has been arranged for SATB choir by John Bateson, set to words by Florence Hoare. The vocal score is presented here in Tonic Sol-fa Notation.