Abel, Johann (John) Leopold 24.jul.1795-6.oct.1871 Germany, Ludwigslust - England, London Kent Charlton
pianist, violinist, cellist, 1819 he traveled Europe and visited his brother Friedrich Leopold in Savannah Georgia, 1820 he settled in London England, 1871 residing at 24 Victoria Road in Old Charlton Kent ; grandson of composer Leopold August ; brother of composer Friedrich (Frederick) Leopold ; 12.jun.1824 at St Mary in Newington Surrey he married Louisa Hopkins (Surrey, Newington 20.oct.1793-14.mar.1864 London Camden)

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[] Kadettenlied. Baritone and piano
composed by J. L. Abel - ? Johann Leopold Abel on his travels in 1819
pub P. B. Nieuwenhuys, Breda, Netherlands

[] Four new waltzes, for the piano forte. Book I
respectfully dedicated to Miss Crewe
Printed by the Royal Harmonic Institution, London 1821
[] 1 - The Vienna-congress waltz
[] 2 - A la militaire
[] 3 - Il zefiretto
[] 4 - A la pastorale
[] Four new waltzes, for the piano forte. Book II
respectfully dedicated to Miss Crewe
Printed by the Royal Harmonic Institution, London 1821
[] 1 - La tranquillite
[] 2 - Il sentimentale
[] 3 - The pensive
[] 4 - L'allegrezza
[] La Speranza, an introduction and rondo, for the pianoforte
pub T. Boosey & Co., London 1822

[] Forty-seven Preludes in the principal major and minor keys for the Piano Forte, composed by Messrs. Attwood, Abel, etc. pub London 1827
[] The Swiss boy, a ballad (No.1 of the Tyrolese melodies by Ignaz Moscheles)
sung by Mrs. Waylett
pub Willis and Co., Royal Musical Repository, London c1828

[] Whilst the mist o'er the mountain, new words by Mrs. Cleobury, adapted with new symphonies & accompaniments to the admired air of the "Swiss Boy" by J. L. Abel. pub c1830
["The Swiss Boy" from Tyrolese Melodies No.1. by Ignaz Moscheles c1830]

[] Fantasia on themes from John Barnett's opera Fair Rosamond, for the Piano Forte. pub London 1837
[] Introduzione e capriccio on the Yager chorus from William Michael Rooke's opera Amilie. Piano. pub London 1838
[] The better land (Das bessere land)
words F. Hemans, german words A. H. Engelbach
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London ?1840

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