He was Kapellmeister at the Paris Théâtre Lyrique from 1866 to 1869, when he returned to Vienna. He joined the Vienna Philharmonic as violist, remaining until 1899. He became a professor at the Vienna Conservatory until 1894.
He composed for the opera, including Muzzedin (1883), Heini von Steier (1884), and Der Fuchs-Major (1889).
His memoirs were published posthumously, in 1914, under the title Aus verklungenen Zeiten; Erinnerungen eines alten Musikers.
- Muzzedin, Opera (1883)
- Heini von Steier, Opera in 1 act (1884); libretto by Hugo Wittmann
- Sakuntala, Ballet (1884)
- Der Fuchs-Major, Operetta (1889)
- Des Herdes und der Liebe Flammen, Operetta
- Mahomeds Paradies, Operetta
- Chamber music
- Impromptu for violin and piano (1862)
- Im Dorfe, Idylle for violin and piano (1864)
- 5 Stücke for violin and piano, Op. 4 (1869)
- Suite for violin and piano, Op. 7 (1872)
- Capriccio, Madrigal und Mazurka for violin and piano (1881)
- 5 kleine Charakterstücke for violin and piano (1889)
- Fuscher-Tänze, Ländler for piano 4-hands, Op. 10 (1872)
- Fuscher-Tänze (Neue Folge) for piano 4-hands (1878)
- Aus den Alpen, Oberösterreichische Tänze for piano 4-hands (1881)
- 6 Lieder for voice and piano, Op. 5 (1872)
- 5 altdeutsche Lieder aus dem 16. Jahrhundert for voice and piano, Op. 14 (1873)
- "BACHRICH, SIGISMUND:". Jewish Encyclopedia. Retrieved 6 August 2012.
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