Reusner was a significant shape in German lute structure through the middle of the seventeenth hundred years; the past due Renaissance and Early Baroque. He worked well in Silesia prior to going to Berlin in 1674 getting the lutenist for the electoral courtroom. Reusner made up two quantities of instrumental lute music, “Delitiae testudinis,” and “Neue Lauten-Fruchte.” Reusner can be historically essential in the documents of the advancement of the first lute collection as his compositions are the primary framework of suites which were to be utilized later on (i.e., the allemande-courante-sarabande-gigue). His 28 suites included four to nine motions which were unified by the major or small tonal structure as well as the above primary dances. Reusner was notably among the 1st Germans to hire the usage of French designs in his compositions for the lute.