This company operated in Cologne and Munich from about 1910. It published works by contemporary composers such as Joseph Haas and Sandor Jemnitz, in addition to historical works by WF Bach. The Cologne company was related, at least from the 1920s to Tischer & Jagenberg, as a vereinte Verlag (united or joint publisher) (they may have purchased T&J and used it as an imprint. In any case, moving T&J's post-1924 plate table to here, as in similar cases for now.)
The current Wunderhorn-Verlag in Cologne is a literary publisher founded quite recently.
Wunderhorn's plate numbers are in the format of WV ### or W.V. ### M. Dates in italics are estimated.
|64||Beer-Walbrunn||Violin Sonata, Op.30 (sc&pt)||1911|
|166||Ingenhoven||Brabant und Holland (full score)||1912|
|296||Rüdinger||Romantische Serenade, Op.9||1914|
|592||Toch||String Quartet in C, Op.26 (sc&pts)||1925|
|695||Albrecht||String Quartet in D major, Op.19||1925|
|724||Toch||String Quartet (on "BASS"), Op.28 (sc&pts)||1926|
|726||Bergh||Tragic Symphony, Op.50 (fs)||1926|
|929||Unger||Piano Concerto, Op.47 (reduction)||1926|
|951||Thomassin||Violin Sonata No.3 (sc&pt)||1927|
|1137||Brandts Buys||Poetical Excursions, Op.50 (fs)||1931|
|1184||Schubert, H.||Hymnus (vocal score)||1932|
|1392||Koczalski||Piano Concerto, Op.83 (2-pf red.)||1936|