Jean Madeleine Marie Schneitzhöeffer (13 October 1785, Toulouse – 14 October 1852, Paris) was a French composer.
A student of Charles Simon Catel at the Conservatoire de Paris, he won second prize for piano in 1803 and then joined the Opéra as a timpanist in 1815, where (7 years later) he was made chef de chant. Made a professor of choral singing at the Conservatoire, he was granted the Légion d'honneur in 1840.
He composed several partitions de ballet for the Opéra de Paris, including :
- Mars et Vénus
- Le Sicilien
- Proserpine (1818)
- Le Séducteur au village (1818)
- Zémire et Azor (1824)
- Les Filets de Vulcain (1826)
- La Sylphide, for Marie Taglioni (1832)
- La Tempête (1834)