Schumann Op.47 arr Brahms cover (1864)
This firm, which was probably a branch of F.W.Arnold of Dresden, operated in Elberfeld (now Wuppertal) in the Ruhr area from 1843 until 1872, and published a wide range of music for domestic use: songs, piano pieces, and violin pieces.
It published contemporary composers such as Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda, Niels Gade, Carl Gottlieb Reissiger and Schulz-Wede. One of its projects was Volksharfe, a long series of song collections, and F.W. Arnold himself edited Deutsche Volkslieder, in 7 volumes.
Imprints, Addresses, Agencies
- F.W Arnold's plate numbers are of the format of A. ###. Dates in italics are estimated.