Adolf Vogl


"Rouen Cathedral, the West Portal and Saint-Romain Tower, Full Sunlight, Harmony in Blue and Gold" (1893), oil on canvas, 107 x 73 cm, of the painter Claude Monet, contemporary of Vogl (Musee d'Orsay, Paris)

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The musician Adolf Vogl, author of instrumental and vocal music, was born in Monaco on the 18th December 1873, the same year of the composers Arakishvili, Bell, Bersa, Bloch, Brogi, Castéra, Dickinson, Fall, Haile, Howland, Hugo, Kacsóh, Keller, Letorey, Mikorey, Moor, Petrauskas, Pérez Casas, Rabaud, Rabl, Rakhmaninov, Rasse, Roger-Ducasse, Serrano, Tcherepnin, Ujj. Died in Monaco on the second February 1961

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Adolf Vogl

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