This firm in Bonn, a small town on the Rhine with two claims to fame- as Beethoven's birthplace in 1770, and as the seat of the West German government from 1949 until 1999-, operated from or before 1835 until 1843, when it was bought by Furstner.
In about 100 items in that period Mompour's catalog covered nearly every conceivable musical genre, both vocal- solo songs, male voice choral songs, oratorios, songs sacred and secular-, and instrumental works- from large scale (symphonies by H. Neumann and Attern) to small chamber works for 2 violins, or flute violin and guitar trios. One very rare combination was a concertino for clarinet bassoon and orchestra by Heinrich Neumann (Op.37).
Apparently, the firm was founded by the organist and composer Franz-Josef Mompour (1782-1842) who was organist at Saint Rémi in Bonn.
Mompour's plate numbers were issued in a regular chronological fashion. Plate numbers appear in the following format: ###. Dates in italics are estimated.
|106||Woelfl||Piano Sonata in C minor||1835|
|171||Ries||Souvenir d'Italie, Op.183 (parts)||1836|
|204||Ries||Die Könige in Israel, Op.186 (full & vocal scores)||1837|
|224||Klein||Sonata for Piano 4 hands||1838|