Hermann Erler of Berlin published a wide range of music from 1867 until 1881, when he joined one of his composers, Franz Ries (1846–1932) to found Ries & Erler.
In 14 years there were over 500 items, mainly light: Erler himself, Hermann Fliege - dances for piano; Halfdan Kjerulf, Adolf Jensen, Henry Cooper (pseudonym of Carl Bohm), Ferdinand Gumbert - songs; Arno Kleffel - piano pieces, and Carl Bohm - violin and piano pieces. Some larger works were also produced, such as Heinrich Hofmann's operas, his symphony Frithjof, Op.22, and his Cello Concerto, Op.31.
Erler's plate numbers are in the format of ###. Dates in italics are estimated.
|48||Hofmann||Neue Ungarische Tänze (book 1)||1873|
|49||Hofmann||Neue Ungarische Tänze (book 2)||1873|
|150||Hofmann||Frithjof, Op.22 (full score)||1874|
|151||Hofmann||Frithjof, Op.22 (parts)||1874|
|196||Hofmann||Eine Schauspiel-Ouverture, Op.28 (arr. piano 4 hands)||1875|
|242-243||Hofmann||Cello Concerto, Op.31 (arr. cello and piano)||1875|
|267-269||Abt||3 Lieder, Op.493||1875|
|458||Hofmann||Neue Ungarische Tänze (book 3)||1878|
|527||Ries||Dramatische Ouverture, Op.30 (full score, new edition)|
|568||Hofmann||Aschenbrödel, Op.45 (vocal score)||1879|
|580||Erler||Kommt ein Vogel geflogen (arr. piano solo)||1879|
|750||Klauwell||Piano Trio, Op.20 (sc&pts)||1880|