The Viennese publisher Rörich published a wide range of music from 1885. Most of its catalog was of light music for domestic use: dances for piano and songs with piano accompaniment.
At the same time some other genres were represented: there were some larger works of chamber music by Heinrich Molbe, and some church music such as Kirchenmusik-Werke oesterreichischer Meister, hrsg. vom Kirchenmusik-Verein an der Votivkirche in Wien edited by Theobald Kretschmann. There were also many works for zither.
Some covers suggest that Rörich took over Wessely & Büsing, although the latter firm was taken over by Vinzenz Kratochwill in 1885, then by Bosworth in 1889. Rörich itself was bought by Bosworth in about 1907.
Prefixes: Typically F.R. for publications originating with Rörich (that were not republications from Wessely.)
|52–53||Molbe||String Quintet, Op.44 (score&parts)||1896|
|61||Molbe||Nonett, Op.61 (parts)||1897|
|64||Molbe||Sextet for Strings, Op.64 (parts)||1897|
|83||Molbe||Octet, Op.47 (full score)||1898|
|2859||Bass||Romance fantastique, Op.12 (score & pt.)||1905|