Vogl, Johann Nepomuk#
b. Vienna, Feb. 7, 1802, d. Vienna, Nov. 16, 1866, writer of poetry and narratives, civil servant. Member of the literary group in the Vienna "Silbernes Kaffeehaus"; contributed to and published numerous almanachs and pocket books ("Oesterreichisches Wunderhorn", 1834). Many of his ballads were written in Viennese late-Romantic style (e.g. "Heinrich der Vogler", "Das Erkennen") and set to music by C. Loewe, some by F. Schubert; publisher of a highly acclaimed 4-volume publication of the works of F. Raimund (1837).
Edition: Ausgewaehlte Dichtungen (selected literary works), ed. by R. Kleinecke, 1911.