Vogel, Adolf Bernhard



Born at Plauen, Saxony. At first destined for the law, he studied law and philosophy at the Leipsic University, graduating Doctor of Philosophy. For twenty-five years he contributed to the Neue Zeitschrift fur Musik and the Leipziger Nachrichten, and for many years to the Leipsic Tageblatt. In 1885 he edited the Deutsche Liederhalle. He wrote some valuable pamphlets on R. Volkmann, Wagner, yon Bülow, Brahms, Rubinstein, Liszt, and on Schumann's Claviertonpoesie. He composed some male and mixed choruses, sacred songs and piano-music. He died at Leipsic.