Henri Agus

Henri Agus was born in 1749, died 1798; composer and professor of solfeggio in the Conservatoire of Paris (1795).

The only works attributed with certainty to him, are educational. Another Agus, named Joseph is the author of a number of works, which display more learning than genius, and consist of trios for strings, duets, glees, catches, etc., published in London, where he lived for some time, and six duos concertants for two violins, published by Barbiere (Paris) as the op. 37 of Boccherini.