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    1721 – Johann Sebastian Bach dedicated six concertos to Margrave Christian Ludwig of Brandenburg-Schwedt, now commonly called the Brandenburg Concertos, BWV 1046–1051. 1765 – Great Britain passes the Quartering Act, which requires the Thirteen Colonies to house British troops.

  2. Overview. The statutes of the order were published on 18 January 1701, and revised in 1847. Membership in the Order of the Black Eagle was limited to a small number of knights, and was divided into two classes: members of reigning houses (further divided into members of the House of Hohenzollern and members of other houses, both German and foreign) and capitular knights.

  3. Frederick William was a military commander of wide renown, and his standing army would later become the model for the Prussian Army.He is notable for his joint victory with Swedish forces at the Battle of Warsaw, which, according to Hajo Holborn, marked "the beginning of Prussian military history", but the Swedes turned on him at the behest of King Louis XIV and invaded Brandenburg.

  4. 05/03/2021 · Read more: Yo-Yo Ma’s Bach video is the most beautiful thing we’ve ever seen > The Brandenburg Concertos. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos are a collection of six, three-movement orchestral works, completed by the composer in around 1721 for Prussian royal, the Margrave Christian Ludwig of Brandenburg-Schwedt.

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    May 26 – Nicolaus Ludwig Zinzendorf, German religious and social reformer (d. 1760) May 27 – Robert Shirley, British Tory politician (d. 1738) May 30 – Prosper Anton Josef von Sinzendorf, Austrian nobleman and courtier (d. 1756) May 31 – Stephen Bayard, 39th Mayor of New York City from 1744 to 1747 (d. 1757) June 3 – Karen Huitfeldt ...

  6. From 1798, she was taught music by Ludwig-Wilhelm Tepper de Ferguson. Life in Weimar. On 3 August 1804, Maria Pavlovna married Charles Frederick, Hereditary Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1783–1853). The couple stayed in Saint Petersburg for nine months before departing for Weimar.