This Weimarian prince, who only lived for nineteen, years was respected by such contemporary composers as J.S. Bach, Telemann, Walther and Mattheson. He was trained by the courtroom musician Eilenstein and is at direct connection with Bach between 1708 and 1715 while Bach offered as organist towards the Weimar courtroom. Johann studied on the College or university of Utrecht and constructed at least nineteen instrumental items before his loss of life. They were released posthumously by Telemann and included “Six concerts a el Violin concertant.” Four concertos had been created in three motions, two in four motions, four in small secrets and two in main secrets. Johann’s music offered the foundation for six of Bach’s personal keyboard concertos.