Christian Ludwig Dieter Sheet Music

  • Born
    13th June 1757
  • Died
    15th May 1822
  • Birthplace
    Ludwigsburg, Germany

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.

Title Form Instrument
Flute Concerto in G major Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
3 Accompanied Duos, Op.22 Duet Chamber group