C.F.W. Siegel

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Typical cover (1876)

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History

The firm was founded in 1846 by Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Siegel and Edmund Stoll. The firm was sold to Richard Linnemann and his brother Carl after Siegel's death in 1869. Under Richard Linnemann's management, the firm became an important rival to that established by Kistner, publishing works by Schumann, Spohr and Rubinstein. In 1903, a major expansion was initiated with the acquisition of the publisher E.W. Fritzsch, which culminated with the purchase of longtime rival Kistner in 1919. The name was changed to Kistner & Siegel in 1923. Though devasted by the allied bombing of Leipzig in 1944-45, the firm re-opened after the war in West Germany in 1948.

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

Imprints

  • C.F.W. Siegel (1846-1923)
  • Siegel et Stoll (1846-?)
  • Kistner und Siegel (1923-present)

Plate Numbers

Plate Composer Work Year
14 Hirschbach String Quintet No.2, Op.39 (parts) 1856
24 Hirschbach String Quartet No.13, Op.49 (parts) 1859
217 Raff Grande Mazurka, Op.38 1847
789 Gumbert 4 Lieder, Op.70 1855
1099 Dreyschock 2 Romances, Op.115 (No.2) 1857
1278–81 Taubert 4 Klavierstücke, Op.121 1859
1600 Reissiger Piano Trio No.23, Op.213 (parts) 1859
1879 Jadassohn Symphony No.1, Op.24 (score) 1861
2191 Jadassohn Overture, Op.27 (score) 1862
2607 Kalliwoda Overture No.17, Op.242 1865
2642 Spindler Piano Trio, Op.154 (score & pts) 1866
2930–33 Liszt Fantasie über Motive aus Beethovens Ruinen von Athen, S.122 1865
3203 Behr La tendresse, polka, Op.118 1867
3944–45 Spindler Mosaik, Op.198 (nos.1,2) 1870
4027 Rheinberger Piano Trio No.1, Op.34 1870
4067 Richter 3 Motets for S., A., T. & B, Op.40 (no.1- score&35 parts) 1871
4876 Raff Cello Sonata, Op.183 1873
5586 Raff 2 Piano Quartets, Op.202 (No.1) 1876
5587 Raff 2 Piano Quartets, Op.202 (No.2) 1876
5773 Spindler 3 kleine Trios, Op.305 (No.1) 1877
5774 Spindler 3 kleine Trios, Op.305 (No.2) 1878
5775 Spindler 3 kleine Trios, Op.305 (No.3) 1878
6367 Taubert Piano Quartet, Op.38 1882
6922 Huber Violin Sonata No.3, Op.67 1883
7754 Pester 3 Kleine Stücke für 3 Celli, Op.1 (score & parts) 1885
7984 Kretschmer 4 Motets, Op.35 (1886)
8810–14 Brüll 5 Piano Pieces, Op.57 1889
8815–18 Brüll Piano Suite No.1, Op.58 1889
9021 Puchat Ouverture über ein nordisches Thema, Op.22 (pf4h red.) 1890
9191 Jadassohn Piano Quartet No.3, Op.109 1890
9804 Jockisch Violin Concerto, Op.6 (with piano) 1893
11589 Hummel Ein treuer Schelm, Op.64 (vocal score) 1894
12719-20 Lorenz 4 ernste Gesänge, Op.58 1900
14533 Moór Symphony in E minor, Op.65 (full score) 1906
15018 Degner Symphony for Organ and Orchestra 1909
15171 Schlegel Violin Sonata, Op.34 1910
15318 Filke 2 Chör a Cappella, Op.119 (no.1) 1911

Catalogs

Sources Consulted

  • 1. The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, edited by Stanley Sadie.
New York and London: Macmillan Publications, 1980.
  • 2. Wier, Albert E. The Macmillan Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians in One Volume
New York: The Macmillan Co., 1938.

Authority control

  • VIAF (C.F.W. Siegel's Musikalienhandlung (R. Linnemann))
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