Jean Aimé Vernier was a french harpist; born in Paris, whose only instruction was received from his father. He early learned to play the harp and violin, and at eleven years old successfully played at a Concert Spirituel. When only a boy he began composing. In 1795 he was appointed harpist for the Theatre Feydeau, and from 1813 to 1838 at the Grand Opera, when he retired with a pension. His compositions include sonatas, quartet, and trios.
|6 Airs variés pour la harpe, Op.6||Theme and Variations||Harp|
|6 Airs variés pour la harpe, Op.11||Theme and Variations||Harp|
|12 Waltzes, Op.27||Waltz||Harp|