François-Joseph Naderman

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François-Joseph Naderman.

François-Joseph Naderman (born August 5, 1781 in Paris ; † April 2, 1835 there ) was a French harpist and composer .


Through his father Jean-Henri Naderman , a German violin maker in the service of Marie-Antoinette , he came into contact with music and instrument making . He studied with Jean-Baptiste Krumpholtz (1742–1790) and founded a harp class at the Conservatoire de Paris in Paris.

He composed and published his own works and worked as a harp maker.


  • Sonatina per arpa in sol minore
  • Sonatina per arpa in si bemolle Maggiore


  • In: Alfred Baumgartner: Propylaea world of music - The composers - A lexicon in five volumes . Propylaen Verlag, Berlin 1989, ISBN 3-549-07830-7 , pp. 140/141, volume 4 .