Anton Böhm is a family music store and publishing business based in Augsburg, Swabia (Western Bavaria). It specializes in publishing Catholic church music.
On 22nd November 1803, St Cecilia's Day, Andreas Böhm (1765-1834) founded a musical goods store in Augsburg. His son Anton Böhm (1807-1886) gave the firm its present name in 1831. It operated a printing shop from then until 1918. On Anton's son Moritz Böhm (1846-1896) entering the firm in 1871 the name became Anton Böhm & Sohn. A Vienna branch was opened in 1893, but was closed in 1946. Moritz's son Theodor Böhm (1879-1946) managed the firm from 1906, and his niece Johanna Specht (1914-1999), and her husband the lawyer Dr. Friedrich Ballinger (1906-1986) took over in 1935. After destruction by bombing in 1944 the firm was rebuilt. In 1977 Thomas Amtmann (1955-), son of Dr. Friedrich Ballinger's sister entered the firm.
Anton Böhm of Augsburg should not be confused with J.A. Böhme of Hamburg, which operated at the same time.
Böhm's plate numbers are in the format of ####. Dates in italics are estimated.
|3249||Riegel||10 Praeludien, Op.1||1857|
|3250||Riegel||Phantasie und Fuge, Op.2||1857|
|4351||Oberhoffer||15 Orgelstücke nebst einem Orgeltrio, Op.56||1885|
|4374||Bibl||Mass, Op.55 (vocal score/parts)||1886|
|4604||Bibl||Mass, Op.67 (vocal score/parts)||1895|
|4973||Herzog||45 kleinere und grössere Orgelstücke, Op.84||1903|
|5562||Latzelsberger||5 Weihnachts-Präludien, Op.217||1911|
|5683||Schnabel||Transeamus usque Bethlehem||1913|
|5858||Kromolicki||Zweite Festmesse, Op.2||1914|
|5950||Huber||Requiem, Op.21 (for voices, organ)||1916|
|6635||Lechthaler||6 Orgel-Präludien für die Weihnachtszeit, Op.17||1926|
|7500||Karg, Autbert||In Gott sei's begonnen! (4-6 part chorus)||1930|
|7555||Nussbaumer||Mass No.4, Op.38 (vocal score and parts)|