- Georg Philipp Telemann
- Germany ()
The most prolific composer was Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) of Germany. He wrote 12 complete sets of services - one cantata every Sunday - for a year, 78 services for special occasions, 40 operas, 600 to 700 orchestral suites, 44 passions, plus concertos, sonatas and other chamber music.
The Austrian pianist and teacher Carl Czerny (1791-1857) is known to have been responsible for well over 1,000 compositions, from solo performances to opera.