Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider (3 January 1786 in Alt-Waltersdorf – 23 November 1853 in Dessau) was a German pianist, composer, organist, and conductor. Schneider studied piano first with his father Johann Gottlob Schneider (senior), and then at the Zittau Gymnasium with Schönfelder and Unger. His first published works were a set of three piano sonatas in 1804. In 1805, he commenced studies at the University of Leipzig. He became an organist at St. Thomas Church, Leipzig in 1812, and was named conductor in Dessau in 1821. It is thought that Schneider premiered Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 in Leipzig in 1811. In 1824, he was festival director of the Lower Rhenish Music Festival and his oratorio Die Sündflut was premiered during this event.

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  • Friedrich Schneider, mit vollem Namen Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider (* 3. Januar 1786 in Altwaltersdorf; † 23. November 1853 in Dessau) war ein deutscher Komponist, Organist und Herzoglich-Anhalt-Dessauischer Hofkapellmeister. (de)
  • Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider est un compositeur, organiste, pianiste, chef d’orchestre et pédagogue allemand, né à Waltersdorf (près de Zittau) le 3 janvier 1786 et décédé à Dessau le 23 novembre 1853. (fr)
  • Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider (Stary Waliszów, toen heette het nog Altwaltersdorf, nu: deelgemeente van Bystrzyca Kłodzka, 3 januari 1786 – Dessau, 23 november 1853) was een Duitse componist, muziekpedagoog, kapelmeester en organist. Hij was de oudste van twee zonen van de leraar en organist Johann Gottlieb Schneider (1753-1840). (nl)
  • Иоганн Кристиан Фридрих Шнайдер (нем. Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider; 5 января 1786, Альвальтерсдорф (ныне в составе Гросшёнау), — 23 ноября 1853, Дессау) — немецкий органист, пианист и композитор. Сын Иоганна Готлоба Шнайдера-старшего, брат Иоганна Готлоба Шнайдера-младшего. (ru)
  • Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider (3 January 1786 in Alt-Waltersdorf – 23 November 1853 in Dessau) was a German pianist, composer, organist, and conductor. Schneider studied piano first with his father Johann Gottlob Schneider (senior), and then at the Zittau Gymnasium with Schönfelder and Unger. His first published works were a set of three piano sonatas in 1804. In 1805, he commenced studies at the University of Leipzig. He became an organist at St. Thomas Church, Leipzig in 1812, and was named conductor in Dessau in 1821. It is thought that Schneider premiered Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 in Leipzig in 1811. In 1824, he was festival director of the Lower Rhenish Music Festival and his oratorio Die Sündflut was premiered during this event. Schneider composed copiously. Among his works are seven operas, four masses, six oratorios, 25 cantatas, 23 symphonies, seven piano concertos, sonatas for violin, flute, and cello, and a great many shorter instrumental pieces, some of them for piano, some for organ. He also left numerous solo songs and part songs. Friedrich Lux was one of Schneider's pupils. His brothers Johann Gottlob Schneider (junior; 1789-1864) and Johann Gottlieb Schneider (1797-1856) were likewise organists, the former achieving great fame and notability, with artistic connections to Mendelssohn, Liszt, Schumann and many others. (en)
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  • Friedrich Schneider, mit vollem Namen Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider (* 3. Januar 1786 in Altwaltersdorf; † 23. November 1853 in Dessau) war ein deutscher Komponist, Organist und Herzoglich-Anhalt-Dessauischer Hofkapellmeister. (de)
  • Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider est un compositeur, organiste, pianiste, chef d’orchestre et pédagogue allemand, né à Waltersdorf (près de Zittau) le 3 janvier 1786 et décédé à Dessau le 23 novembre 1853. (fr)
  • Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider (Stary Waliszów, toen heette het nog Altwaltersdorf, nu: deelgemeente van Bystrzyca Kłodzka, 3 januari 1786 – Dessau, 23 november 1853) was een Duitse componist, muziekpedagoog, kapelmeester en organist. Hij was de oudste van twee zonen van de leraar en organist Johann Gottlieb Schneider (1753-1840). (nl)
  • Иоганн Кристиан Фридрих Шнайдер (нем. Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider; 5 января 1786, Альвальтерсдорф (ныне в составе Гросшёнау), — 23 ноября 1853, Дессау) — немецкий органист, пианист и композитор. Сын Иоганна Готлоба Шнайдера-старшего, брат Иоганна Готлоба Шнайдера-младшего. (ru)
  • Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider (3 January 1786 in Alt-Waltersdorf – 23 November 1853 in Dessau) was a German pianist, composer, organist, and conductor. Schneider studied piano first with his father Johann Gottlob Schneider (senior), and then at the Zittau Gymnasium with Schönfelder and Unger. His first published works were a set of three piano sonatas in 1804. In 1805, he commenced studies at the University of Leipzig. He became an organist at St. Thomas Church, Leipzig in 1812, and was named conductor in Dessau in 1821. It is thought that Schneider premiered Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 in Leipzig in 1811. In 1824, he was festival director of the Lower Rhenish Music Festival and his oratorio Die Sündflut was premiered during this event. (en)
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