This firm started in Hamburg in 1872 and published a large quantity of piano music, dance music, songs and violin music (Seybold, Kayser) into the 20th century. It also had many oratorios and operas in its catalog.
The Leipzig branch was sold in November 1887 and became Otto Forberg.
|48||Romberg||3 Cello Duos, Op.33 (No.3 arr. cello & piano)|
|279||Sinigaglia||Am Altar (arr. violin & piano)||1892|
|491||Krause||Bagatellen, Op.82 (book 1)||1894|
|552||Krug||Symphony in C major, Op.9 (full score)||1877|
|559||Pente||Chanson polonaise, Op.2||1895|
|604||Tartini||Trio Sonata in D minor, C.535/9 (parts, ed.Pente)||1896|
|687||Pente||Fragment lyrique, Op.6||1898|
|688||Pente||Fantaisie burlesque, Op.7||1898|
|696||Schindler||Der letzte Strauss, Op.102||1898|