This firm was active from 1834 until 1890 (1876 per Hopkinson). It published a vast quantity of dance music for the piano (800 items in the BNF catalog), many of which were composed by the owner Camille Prilipp(1810-1889) under the pseudonym Camille Schubert. Camille had grown up in the publishing business, since his father Leon Prilipp had operated a publishing house from 1816.
Dates in italics are estimated. Plate numbers are usually in the format of C. #### P.
|391||Wolff||Mosaïque pour piano, Op.31||1840|
|529||Schubert||Nouvelle tarentelle, Op.82||1845|
|565||Schubert||Un souvenir d'Italie, Op.51||1842|
|1300||Schubert||Les Fifres du régiment, Op.295||1863|