From 1811 - his debut as Belmonte in Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail - until 1831 Stümer was a member of the Royal Drama Ensemble . In the world premiere of Carl Maria von Weber's Der Freischütz in 1821, he sang the title role of the hunter boy Max and could be heard until 1830. In the public premiere of Weber's Oberon in Berlin in 1828 he gave the Hüon - he had already interpreted the title role in a private performance in 1826.
In 1829, Stümer was involved in the revival of Johann Sebastian Bach's St. Matthew Passion under Felix Mendelssohn . After his opera career, he worked for many years as a teacher and composer. He was a member of the Berlin Masonic Lodge Zum Pegasus .
- 5 chants for soprano or tenor Berlin 1837
- 6 chants for 2 tenor and 2 bass parts Op. 2, Berlin 1838
- The Rose ( Friedrich Gottlob Uhlemann ) Op. 4, Berlin 1846
- Carl von Ledebur : Tonkünstler-Lexicon Berlin's from the oldest times to the present . Ludwig Rauh, Berlin 1861, p. 580 ff ., urn : nbn: de: bvb: 12-bsb10931847-2 ( full text in the Google book search).
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Stümer, Johann Daniel Heinrich (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German opera and oratorio singer (tenor) and composer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1789|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Fredenwalde near Liebenwalde|
|DATE OF DEATH||December 27, 1857|
|Place of death||Berlin|