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Private collection of T. Max Hochstetler
Heinrich Vogl (1845-1900), German tenor
Heinrich Vogl was originally a teacher in Ebersberg who turned his interests to music. He studied with Debuettierte at the Munich Opera. Vogl was a tenor whose operatic stage career began in 1865 and continued until shortly before his death. His notable roles included "Loge" in Wagner's "The Ring of Nibelungen" performed in Bayreuth and Munich, "Tristan," and "Siegmund" in "Die Walkure." He was married to opera singer, Therese Vogl.
(Kindly contributed by T. Max Hochstetler, June 2007)