1653 – He was baptized on the 1st day September this year in Nuremberg, Germany.
1673 – He moved to Vienna, where he became a deputy organist at the famous Saint Stephen Cathedral.
1677 – He moved to Eisenach, where he found employment as court organist.
1678 – He was employed as organist of the Lutheran Preacher’s Church.
1690 – He was musician and organist at the Württemberg court at Stuttgart under the patronage of Duchess Magdalena Sibylla.
1699 – He published Hexachordum Apollinis (the title is a reference to Apollo’s lyre), a collection of six variations sets in different keys.
1706 – He died on the 3rd day of March this year.