This instrumentalist, who was simply a performer around the recorder as well as the oboe, was musically educated in the court from the Duke of Brunswick. He offered in several positions and places like the Netherlands, Scandinavia, France (probably), Hamburg, Saxe-Weimar, Rudenhausen and Anhalt-Cohen. He was also from the University or college of Leiden in 1745. Like a composer Schickhardt mainly published instrumental music including a couple of 24 sonatas, 1735, one sonata for every key. A effective composer and editor Schickhardt exhibited originality, melodic service, harmonic penuche and self-explanatory musical styles. Schickhardt also created instruction guides for the devices he played.