Johann Georg Conradi

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Johann Georg Conradi (1645 in Oettingen – 22 May 1699) was a German composer. He was, with Johann Theile, Nicolaus Adam Strungk, Johann Philipp Fortsch, Johann Wolfgang Franck and Johann Sigismund Kusser one of the main composers of the early Oper am Gänsemarkt.[1][2]


  1. ^ A short history of opera - Page 127 Donald Jay Grout, Hermine Weigel Williams - 2003
  2. ^ Dieterich Buxtehude: organist in Lübeck - Page 116 Kerala J. Snyder 1987 Several composers besides Theile were active in the early years of the Hamburg opera: Nicolaus Adam Strungk (1640-1700), Johann Wolfgang Franck (1644-ca. 1710) Johann Philipp Fortsch (1652-1732), and Johann Georg Conradi (ca. 1645-99)