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  1. 26/06/2022 · 伊莉莎白 ( 英语 : Elisabeth of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Duchess of Saxe-Altenburg ) (1593年—1650年),萨克森-阿尔滕堡公爵夫人; 海德薇希 ( 英语 : Hedwig of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel ) (1595年—1650年) 克里斯蒂安(1599年—1626年)

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    22/06/2022 · August 25 – Elizabeth of Denmark, Duchess of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, German regent (d. 1626) September 8 – Georg Friedrich von Greiffenklau, Archbishop of Mainz (d. 1629) September 28 – Théodore de Mayerne, Swiss physician (d. 1654) September 29 – Robert Payne, English politician (d. 1631) October 6 – Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of ...

    • Background
    • Suggested Arranged Marriage
    • Abbess and Artist
    • Compositions

    Born in Berlin, she was eleven years younger than her brother, the fu­ture Fred­er­ick II,and would have been seven years old when he made his abortive at­tempt to run away from home after being hu­mil­i­ated by his fa­ther. Both chil­dren were mu­si­cally in­clined, but for Anna Amalia for­mal mu­si­cal in­struc­tion was only pos­si­ble after the ...

    She was con­tem­plated as a bride for the crown prince of Swe­den along with her sis­ter Louisa Ul­rika, as her brother warned that Louisa Ülrika was per­haps too am­bi­tious to be a good queen in a monar­chy with­out power, as Swe­den was then in the Age of Lib­erty. Her brother, King Fred­er­ick, said that Louisa Ul­rika was "ar­ro­gant, tem­pera...

    Anna Amalia be­came the Abbess of Quedlin­burg in 1755,which made her a wealthy woman. She chose to spend most of her time in Berlin, where she de­voted her­self to music, and be­came known as a mu­si­cal pa­tron and com­poser. As a com­poser she achieved a mod­est amount of fame and is most known for her smaller cham­ber works, which in­cluded tri...

    Con­certo fur Cem­balo und Or­ch­ester, G major 1. Al­le­gro, G major. 2. An­dan­tino, C major. 3. Al­le­gro, G major. 13 mins 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 bn, strings, cem­balo This is a cham­ber con­certo, which could be played with a sin­gle per­son per part. The solo part is well in­te­grated into the whole, and the music has an ef­fer­ves­cent bounce. The sl...