Homilius was a significant German author of the mid to past due eighteenth hundred years. He analyzed the body organ and structure with Stubner, Bach and Hiller and went to the School of Leipzig as students of rules. Positions preserved by Homilius during his lifestyle included helper organist at St Anne’s in Dresden, organist for Dresden’s Frauenkirche, Kreuzkirche, and Sophienkirche. His initial extant structure was the cantata “Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild” and his corpus of compositions included many cantatas, motets, Magnificant configurations and functions for the body organ. Historical wisdom of his function can only end up being ascertained via an knowing that his music continued to be an integral part of the choral repertorie from the Kreuzkirche. The emphases of his functions centered on melodic series in conjunction with folk components and expressive feelings. Homilius included areas of powerful contrasts and basic harmonies. He was the primary representative of the empfindsamer design and a significant body in the changeover from Baroque to traditional style using a lack of counterpoint and an increase of commendable simplicity.