This German composer who scored stage successes for Naples, Venice and Dresden wrote in several genres; excepting the operas, these included oratorios, public, sacred and secular tracks, and functions for the pianoforte. He was students of his dad, the composer J.G. Schurer, Padre Martini, and Pera. His initial opera was staged in Naples in 1776, “Didone abbandonata.” The libretto was by Metastasio. Laurels originated from Italy and Germany as well especially after he staged functions in his homeland like “Der Alchymist oder Der Liebesteufel.” By 1787 he was appointed the Kapellmeister towards the elector of Dresden together with Seydelmann. Schuster stated worldwide renown through his operas and was perhaps one of the most well-known composers in Germany in the past due eighteenth century. Being a conductor Schuster was also well reputed. The majority of his music, like the instrumental functions, demonstrate a lyric skill and his functions for harpsichord and violin provided well balanced voicings to both musical instruments. Merging this quality along with his unique buildings, these functions were important in the formulation of Mozart’s sonatas.