A CHRONOLOGICAL VIEW OF WESTERN MUSIC HISTORY IN THE CONTEXT OF WORLD EVENTS

Johann Abraham Peter Schulz

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March 31, 1747: Johann Abraham Peter Schulz is born on Waagestraße in Lüneburg, Electorate of Hannover of the Holy Roman Empire, the son of a baker.
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January 24, 1774: Das Opfer der Nymphen, a prologue by Johann Abraham Peter Schulz (26) to words of Ramler, is performed for the first time, in Berlin.
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May 26, 1775: Clarissa, oder Das unbekannte Dienstmädchen, an operette by Johann Abraham Peter Schulz (28) to words of Bock, is performed for the first time, in Berlin.
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September 16, 1790: Høstgildet, a singspiel by Johann Abraham Peter Schulz (43) to words of Thaarup, is performed for the first time, at the Copenhagen Kongelige Teater.
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February 26, 1793: The Entry, a singspiel by Johann Peter Schulz (45) to words of Heiberg, is performed for the first time, in Copenhagen.
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December 28, 1794: Songs of Mourning as Princess Sophie Frederike was Buried, a cantata by Johann Peter Schulz (47) to words of Thaarup, is performed for the first time, in Roskilde Cathedral.
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June 10, 1800: Johann Abraham Peter Schulz dies in Schwedt an der Oder, Kingdom of Prussia, aged 53 years, two months and ten days.