January 29, 1715: Georg Christoph Wagenseil is born in Vienna, Archduchy of Austria of the Holy Roman Empire.
June 25, 1755: Le cacciatrici, a festa teatrale by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (40) to words of Durazzo, is performed for the first time, at the Laxenburg Palace, near Vienna.
January 12, 1756: Georg Christoph Wagenseil (40) presents himself to request royal permission to publish his instrumental music in France. It will be granted for a period of ten years and made retroactive to this date.
March 4, 1756: Il roveto di Mosè, an oratorio by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (41) to words of Abbate Pizi, is performed for the first time, in Vienna.
August 16, 1756: Georg Christoph Wagenseil (41) receives a leave of absence from his duties at the Austrian court.
February 15, 1757: The publication of six symphonies op.3 (25, 44, 55, 31, 45, 28) of Georg Christoph Wagenseil (42) is advertised in Annonces, Paris.
April 2, 1757: Antoine Huberty receives a royal privilege to publish the works of Georg Christoph Wagenseil (42) in France.
May 2, 1757: Georg Christoph Wagenseil (42) receives a second ten-year royal privilege to print his music in France, retroactive to 4 April.
January 14, 1762: Publication of the Symphony no.37 of Georg Christoph Wagenseil (46) is advertised in Annonces, Paris.
March 24, 1762: Georg Christoph Wagenseil’s (47) serenata Prometeo assoluto to words of Migliavacca is performed for the first time, in the Hofburgtheater, Vienna, in honor of Archduchess Isabel of Austria. The overture is actually Wagenseil’s Symphony no.13.
July 20, 1762: Publication of two harpsichord concertos op.7 by Georg Christoph Wagenseil (47) is announced in Mercure de France, Paris.
October 13, 1762: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (6) and his sister Nannerl perform at Schönbrunn Palace before Emperor Franz I, Empress Maria Theresia, Archduchess Marie Antoinette and the music teacher to the imperial family, Georg Christoph Wagenseil (47). Leopold (42) writes home to Salzburg, “Everyone is amazed, especially at the boy, and everyone whom I have heard says that his genius is incomprehensible.” (Solomon, 41)
October 30, 1769: Georg Christoph Wagenseil (54) relinquishes his position of Hofklaviermeister at the Austrian court due to physical disability.
March 1, 1777: 09:00 Georg Christoph Wagenseil dies in his home at Hof- Riemerischen Haus in d. Waldzeill no.811 an d. Lungsucht, Vienna, Archduchy of Austria, aged 62 years and one month.