Rittler was both a priest and a talented, though somewhat uneven, composer dynamic in Austria and Moravia in the next half from the seventeenth hundred years. It really is unclear wherever Rittler was created, but he might have obtained his early trained in Graz, where between 1669 and 1673 he was a priest and courtroom chaplain to Prince Johann Seyfried von Eggenberg. Furthermore to his amount of time in Graz, he might have went to the Jesuit university or college at Opava in Moravia where he fulfilled his potential colleague in Kromeriz, Pavel Vejvanovsky and perhaps also Heinrich Biber. In 1675 he became chaplain on the courtroom from the Bishop of Olomouc, Karl Liechtenstein-Castelcorno, at Kromeriz. Nevertheless, it had been a musical session that he actually craved, and after very much continual canvassing and rejection he finally received the name of honorary vicar and conductor from the choir at Wenceslas Cathedral in Olomouc, where he continued to be the others of his lifestyle. Rittler’s music circulated through the entire Habsburg Empire and a large amount of it survives. Like a lot of his various other co-workers at Kromeriz and Olomouc, he constructed music for virtuosos also to judge by his making it through compositions he will need to have been a formidable violinist. The inventory of his belongings during his death uncovers an extraordinary collection including, among various other musical instruments, five violins (including one by Austrian get good at Jacob Stainer), a viola da gamba, and two clavichords. Rittler was also a fluent article writer (and presumably loudspeaker) in the Czech vocabulary and possessed a copy of 1 from the initial German-Latin-Czech dictionaries. His result is split into two intervals: before 1675 he constructed mainly instrumental music and now time he constructed generally music for the cathedral. His instrumental parts are recognized by their inventive orchestration and demanding single parts. Some parts reference facets of daily life, like the tolling from the cathedral bells as well as the sound of the village wind music group in Graz. In a few ways Rittler is certainly emblematic of several Habsburg musicians of that time period; with his encounters which range from one part from the Empire to some other, he was alert to the most recent musical styles sweeping Europe however steeped in lifestyle and vernacular of smaller sized towns aswell as towns. Rather astonishingly, his music is usually yet to get the full acknowledgement it deserves, though many enterprising web publishers and ensembles are endeavoring to create this right.