Johann Wilhelm Wilms was a Dutch-German composer, best known for setting the poem Wien Neêrlands Bloed to music, which served as the Dutch national anthem from 1815 to 1932. Wilms was born in Witzhelden near Solingen. After lessons from his father and oldest brother in piano and composition, Wilms studied flute on his own. He moved to Amsterdam in 1791 where he played flute in two orchestras and was soloist in Mozart and Beethoven piano concertos, giving them their Dutch premieres.
|Flute Concerto, Op.24||Concerto||Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra|
|Overture in D major||Overture||Orchestra|
|The Battle of Waterloo||Piano piece||Piano|
|Piano Quartet in C major, Op.22||Quartet||Chamber group|
|Sonata for Piano Four Hands, Op.7||Sonata||Piano 4 hands|
|Sonata for Piano Four Hands, Op.41||Sonata||Piano 4 hands|
|Symphony in C major, Op.9||Symphony||Orchestra|