Composers

Johannes Frederik Fröhlich

Orchestra
Flute
Piano
French horn
Violin
Viola
Cello
Ballet
Sonata
Divertimento
Duet
Canon
Marche
Piece
Quartet
Symphony
Pantomime
by popularity
Die TyrolerDivertissement for Flute and OrchestraFesten i AlbanoFlute Duet in C minorFlute SonataFlute Sonata in A minorFlute Sonata, Op.27Marsch og Jagtstykke for 9 Horns, Op.40String Quartet No.1, Op.1Symphony, Op.33Waldemar
Wikipedia
Johannes Frederik Fröhlich (21 August 1806 – 21 May 1860) (or Frølich), a Danish violinist, conductor and composer, was a precursor of Niels Gade and J.P.E. Hartmann, and a central figure in Danish musical circles during the Romantic era.
He was a pupil of violinists Claus Schall and Friedrich Kuhlau. From 1827 he worked at the Royal Theatre, Copenhagen, where he was chief conductor from 1836. Fröhlich was a co-founder of the Music Society of Copenhagen and its first chairman. He wrote a symphony (in E-flat, Op. 33), and choral works and chamber music, as well as violin and piano compositions and a violin concerto. He wrote ballet music for the ballet-master and choreographer August Bournonville, founder of the Danish ballet tradition.
The main cache of his musical manuscripts is conserved in the Kongelige Bibliotek, Copenhagen.