Léopold Dancla was a musician, and brother of Charles Dancla. He was a pupil of Baillot at Paris Conservatory, taking second prize in 1840, and first in 1842. He mostly wrote light music, including 3 string quartets, airs variés, fantasies and etudes for violin.
|3 Petites pièces caractéristiques, Op.55||Duet||Solo Instrument and Piano|
|String Trio No.2, Op.49||Trio||String Trio|
|String Trio, Op.25||Trio||String Trio|