Conrad Glaser

cover 1877



This firm, based in the small town of Schleusingen in the Thuringian Forest, half way between Frankfurt and Leipzig, and near Meiningen and Eisenach, was very productive in the field of vocal music, especially male choruses. The series Ernst und Scherz, original songs for 4 male voices edited by Julius Otto ran from 1846 to 1868 totaling over 60 volumes and 350 works. The firm was founded in 1833, and moved to nearby Coburg in 1892.

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies


  • Conrad Glaser


  • Schleusingen 1833–1892)
  • Coburg (April 1, 1892–1898/99)
  • Reudnitz-Leipzig (1898/99–?)

Plate Numbers

Conrad Glaser apparently did not utilize plate numbers until late in the firm's existence. Plate numbers in the format of C.G. ### exist possibly no earlier than the firm's move to Leipzig. Dates in italics are estimated.

Plate Composer Work Year
Lachner Hornesklänge, Op.179 1877
018 Lachner Kriegsgesang, Op.181 1877
Abt Jungfrau Rose und Die zwölf Apostel im Rathskeller zu Bremen, Op.598 (libretto) 1882
Meister 6 Orgel-Stücke, Op.11 1838
166 Lachner 3 Lieder, Op.128 1867
937 Schubert Rosamunde, D.797 (ballet music for 2 pianos/8 hands) 1900

Sources Consulted