|OPERA SINGER (GERMANY)|
BORN 15 Jan 1845, München, Bayern - DIED 21 Apr 1900, München, Bayern|
GRAVE LOCATION Tutzing, Bayern: Alter Friedhof (next to the St. Peter und Paul Kirche), Graf-Vieregg-Strasse
Heinrich Vogl debuted as Max in Von Weber's "Freischutz" in 1865. Wagner turned him down for the part of Walther in "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg", but he was the first Loge (in "Das Rheingold", Munich, 1869) and the first Siegmund (in "Die Walküre", Munich, 1870). After Ludwig and Malvina Schnorr he and his wife Therese became the new Tristan and Isolde in 1869.
When Lilli Lehmann saw him as Loge in 1876 in Bayreuth she said that he was born for the part. He performed Canio only four days before his early death in 1900.
Wife: Vogl, Therese (1868-)
knew Brahms, Johannes
|22/9/1869||Premiere of Richard Wagner's "Das Rheingold" in Munich. Franz Wüllner was the conductor. August Kindermann was Wotan, Heinrich Vogl was Loge, Sophie Stehle was Fricka, Henriette Müller-Marion was Freya,. Other parts were sung by Franz Nachbaur, Emma Seehofer, Max Schlosser, Kasper Bausewein, Anna Kaufmann, Therese Vogel and Wilhelmine Ritter.  [Bausewein, Kaspar][Vogl, Therese][Wagner, Richard]|
|26/6/1870||Premiere of Wagner's "Die Walküre" at the Hoftheater in Munich. Wagner wanted to stage it in 1871, but Ludwig II of Bavaria was the legal owner of the piece and didn't want to wait. Wüllner was the conductor and Joachim, Brahms, Saint-Saëns and Liszt were in the audience. Wagner wasn't there and Ludwig also stayed away. He had decided to wait for the second performance so that he would be able to see "Das Rheingold", that would be staged again during the summer, and "Die Walküre" in the right order. [Bausewein, Kaspar][Brahms, Johannes][Joachim, Joseph][Liszt, Franz][Possart-Deinet, Anna von][Saint-Saëns, Charles Camille][Vogl, Therese][Wagner, Richard]|
Blunt, Wilfrid, The Dream King, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, 1973
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