Johann Strauss the Elder (1804–49) popularized the waltz.
On 26 March 1673, Leibniz wrote as follows to Johann Friedrich:
In the end, it’s not Almeyda whom Johann wants but her mother, who disappears with Johann for a “sitting,” and then returns, still silent.
Johann Strauss the Younger was born in Vienna, Austria, on Oct. 25, 1825.
After a productive career, Johann Sebastian died in Leipzig on July 28, 1750.
Bach was the youngest child of Johann Ambrosius Bach and Elisabeth Lämmerhirt.
Johann Sebastian Bach had 20 children, 7 with his first wife and 13 with his second wife.
Active in the 17th century were Johann Hermann Schein and Johann Crüger.
Important among central European sculptors early in the period was Johann Heinrich von Dannecker.
Hegel, Friedrich Ludwig Jahn, Johann Paul Friedrich Richter, Ernst Moritz Arndt, and Friedrich Nietzsche.
Its German libretto by Johann Friedrich Kind is based on a story by Johann August Apel and Friedrich Laun.
Prussian Rococo sculpture was less distinguished, though the decorations of Johann August Nahl are among the most imaginative in Germany.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s father, Johann Caspar Goethe (1710–82), was a man of leisure who lived on an inherited fortune.
This Christoph had been a pupil of the influential keyboard composer Johann Pachelbel, and he apparently gave Johann Sebastian his first formal keyboard lessons.
Sturm’s father, Johann Eucharius Sturm, was a tailor, valet, treasurer, and custodian of the silverware at the court of Count Palatine Johann-Friedrich of Pfalz-Hilpoltstein.
He was visited by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and others, and his pupils included the poet and prose writer Johann Kaspar Lavater and the writer and educator Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi.
Until the birth of Johann Sebastian, his was the least distinguished branch of the family; some of its members, such as Johann Christoph and Johann Ludwig, had been competent practical musicians but not composers.
…tact of the new rector, Johann Matthias Gesner, who admired Bach and had known him at Weimar; but Gesner stayed only until 1734 and was succeeded by Johann August Ernesti, a young man with up-to-date ideas on education, one of which was that music was not one of the humanities…
Throughout the period, keyboard music flourished, notably in the hands of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck in the Netherlands, Johann Pachelbel and Johann Froberger in Germany, Girolamo Frescobaldi in Italy, and Domenico Scarlatti in Spain; in France the chief exponents included Rameau and François Couperin.
Johann Agricola, original name Johann Schneider, Schneider also spelled Schnitter, Latin Sartor, (born April 20, 1494, Eisleben, Saxony—died Sept. 22, 1566, Berlin), Lutheran Reformer, friend of Martin Luther, and advocate of antinomianism, a view asserting that Christians are freed by grace from the need to obey the Ten Commandments.
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