This music publishing firm (not to be confused with the larger firm Kistner) was established by the composer Cyrill Kistler in Bad Kissingen, a fashionable spa town in northern Bavaria, circa 1891. While the main output of the firm was works composed by Kistler it also published works by a small number of other composers. The firm did not survive Kistler's death in 1907. In the edition of Hofmeister's Verzeichnis for 1907 under the section entitled "Verlags-Veränderungen" it was noted "Kistler, Cyrill, Selbstverlag in Bad Kissingen, jetzt: Kommissionsverl. v. C.F.W. Siegel in Leipzig."
Kistler's plate numbers are in the format of ##. Dates in italics are estimated.
|12||Kistler||Große Fantasie, Op.77||1897|
|17||Hahn||Violin Sonata, Op.1||1898|
|19||Kistler||Faust 1.Teil (act 4 prelude full score)||1906|
|33||Kistler||Siechen-Polka, Op.9 (second edition)||1891|
|34||Kistler||Kissinger-Soole-Sprudel, Op.13 (second edition)||1891|
|36||Kistler||Rhönklänge, Op.16 (second edition)||1891|
|42||Kistler||Moltke-Marsch, Op.28 (second edition, orch. parts)||1891|
|49||Cyriax||Valse tranquille, Op.2 (second edition)||1892|
|71||Benker||6 Fantasie-Orgelstücke, Op.20||1905|