Christian Ludwig Dieter was a Violinist and court musician in Stuttgart. In addition to several church cantatas Dieter wrote numerous musical comedies for the Stuttgart Court Theatre. "Sa musique à Joui de quelque réputation en Allemagne," we read in Fétis "Universal Biography" (1866 Paris). His most famous work is a setting of "Belmont and Constanze, or: The Abduction from the Seraglio" (libretto by CFBretzner, Leipzig 1781 composed 1784). The work provides an interesting comparison with the setting by W A Mozart. The WLB has the largest part of the manuscript composition of Dieter, the original manuscript of "Belmont and Constanze" is, however, now in the National Library of Mecklenburg Schwerin.
|Flute Concerto in G major||Concerto||Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra|
|3 Accompanied Duos, Op.22||Duet||Chamber group|