Tricklir served in the courts of Mainz and Dresden taking part in the cello particularly like a chamber virtuoso. He discovered his permanent train station in Dresden for the Elector of Saxony. Though he do travel to Britain and France, Dresden became his house. He composed several cello sonatas that have been melodic and available with occasional shows of virtuosity in the solo passages. Tricklir also published two treatises, “Le microcosme musical” and “Discours analytique.” The previous contended with adjustments in the elements and the consequences on tuning tools.