Charles Vogel Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Nacimiento
    17th Mayo 1808
  • Fallecimiento
    11th Septiembre 1892
  • Lugar de Nacimiento
    Lille, France

Charles Vogel was a violinist and dramatic composer; born at Lille. He was a grandson of Johann Christoph Vogel, the Belgian composer. He entered the Paris Conservatory, where he studied under Auguste Kreutzer and Reicha. Upon the night of the outbreak of the Revolution of 1830 he composed the patriotic song, Les trios couleurs, which made his reputation. He was very successful with his operas, among them being Le Podestat, Le Siege de Leyde, La Moissonneuse, Romponol, written for the Bouffes Parisiens; Le Nid de Cigognes, Gredin de Pigoche, and La Filleule du Roi. Among other works are Le Jugement Dernier, an oratorio; several symphonies; quintets and quartets for strings; sacred works; choruses; romances, and piano-pieces.

Título Forma Instrumento Puntuaciones
La filleule du roi Opera / Operetta Voice(s) and Orchestra
Le Concert au Salon Piece Chamber group