At age eleven Pieter was appointed as an organist from the church of St Nicolas in Utrecht. Five years later on his family shifted to Amsterdam where he researched with Tartini. By 1743 he was playing the violin in public areas performances and gained the right to create music by 1744. For a short while Hellendaal was students on the Universiry in Leiden and also made appearances on the Hague. By 1751 he previously still left for London where he was afforded adequate opportunites to perfrom and compose. Within the functionality of Handel’s “Acis and Galatea” Hellendaal performed single music between serves. The structure “Glory end up being to the daddy” (a cannon) received an annual award in the Gentlemen’s Catch Membership and contemporaneously the his six sonatas for violin and continuo had been published. The features of Hellendaal’s music included usual conventions of Italian Baroque music. He assiduously implemented the practive of thoroughbass with one thematic gadgets. Violin sonatas implemented the slow-fast-fast, three motion buildings of Tartini and his concertos had been dominated by fugues and liberation from the viola part.