Johann Christoph Vogel Sheet Music

  • Born
    18th March 1756
  • Died
    26th June 1788
  • Birthplace
    Germany

Johann Christoph Vogel was a German composer. He spent most of his life working in France. He moved to Paris in 1776, and entered the service of the Duke of Montmorency and then of the Count of Valentinois as a horn player. He composed a great number of orchestral and chamber works but is best remembered for his oratorio Jephté, performed at the Concert Spirituel in September 1781, and for his two operas. Although his music was received favourably, his works never became extremely popular because they were deemed as 'too complicated and baroque'.

Title Form Instrument
Bassoon Concerto in C major Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Démophon Opera / Operetta Voice(s) and Orchestra
Pot-Pourri en Quatuor Potpourri String Quartet
6 String Quartets Quartet String Quartet
3 Flute Sonatas, Op.1 Sonata Chamber group
3 Violin Sonatas Sonata Solo Instrument and Piano
Flute Sonata in E minor Sonata Chamber group
Trio Sonata in G major Sonata Chamber group
6 String Trios, Op.2 Trio Chamber group