||1879 – New York: Edward Schuberth & Co. (Plate E.S. & Co. 386)
||To my friend P.S. Gilmore (Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore, 1829–1892)
advertised in "An Evening with Rudolph Bial's Orchestra - Koster & Bial's Concert Hall", a Edward Schuberth & Co. series of piano works, but may be an arrangement of a work originally written for orchestra as suggested by the title (or the title may not be meant to be taken quite so literally). Some items in the series - the Liebes Ring Waltzes - are extracts from larger orchestral-vocal works (Liebesring is an operetta by Bial); so it's possible.