The Bremen music publisher Praeger & Meier was founded in 1864. It published mainly light works--piano music and songs, including many by George Hendrik Witte and some by Algernon Ashton. Perhaps the most famous composer whose works the firm published was Xaver Scharwenka. Unusually, it has continued without being taken over to the present day.
28195 Bremen Heilbronn am Markt
Praeger & Meier's plate numbers were issued in a regular chronological fashion. Plate numbers are in the format of P. & M. #### or P. #### M. Dates in italics are estimated.
|130–32||Raff||3 Piano Pieces, Op.125||1865|
|764||Müller||Wind Quintet No.3 in A major||1874|
|974||Scharwenka||Piano Quartet, Op.37 (sc&pts)||1878|
|1131||Scharwenka||Serenade for orchestra, Op.19 (f.s.)||1881|
|1182||Sauer||4 Klavierstücke, Op.5||1893 (?)|
|1299b||Hille||Legende and Ungarische Rhapsodie, Op.4||1885|
|2021||Berger||Piano Quartet, Op.21 (sc&pts)||1887|
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