The Parisian firm P. Goumas, founded in 1854, and know as F. Tournier et P. Goumas until 1868, published wind band music. A typical early item was Fantaisie sur les Pantins de violette by Adolphe Adam, arranged by Douard (1858). It was taken over by Buffet-Crampon in the 1870s and the imprint was used for both solo wind and wind band works until 1896.
18 et 20 Passage du Grand Cerf Paris 2
Goumas's plate numbers are in the format of P.G. ## or P.G. & Cie ##. Dates in italics are estimated.
|7||Barret||Fantaisie en pot-pourri||1879|
|11||Kreutzer||Études ou caprices (arr. Espaignet for bassoon)||1879|
|12||Fiorillo||36 Caprices for Violin, Op.3 (arr. Espaignet for bassoon)||1879|
|38||Jancourt||Solo No.4, Op.54||1879-80|
|42||Jancourt||Solo No.6, Op.66||1882|
|89||Leroux||Une simple idée||1883|