- Jo·hann Jo·a·chim [yoh-hahn yoh-ah-khim] /ˈyoʊ hɑn ˈyoʊ ɑ xɪm/, 1697–1773, German flutist and composer: teacher of Frederick the Great.
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Examples from the Web for quantz
Why does n't Voltaire come; as Quantz of the Flute has done?History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XVI. (of XXI.)
Even Quantz forgot himself for a moment, and laughed good-humoredly.Frederick The Great and His Family
Now a certain Quantz was one of his principal instructors in that art, and indeed gave him the last finish of perfection in it.
Of incomparable Quantz, and his heart-thrilling adagios, we hope to hear again, under joyfuler circumstances.
That he was actually there in the year mentioned is affirmed by Quantz, who himself heard him play.The Violoncello and Its History
Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski