Jungmann & Lerch published popular music - piano pieces and dances, songs and operettas - from the 1870s in Vienna. Typical composers were Antropp, Fink, Roth, Soucoup and Mestrozi.
The founder Albert Jungmann (1824—1892), a well-known composer of light salon pieces for piano, best known for
Le mal du pays/Heimweh, managed the firm Spina from 1853, probably leaving when it was taken over by August Cranz in 1876.
Eberle the printer acquired the premises in 1903. |
Jungmann & Lerch