Rummel composed primarily functions for the single piano including variants. fantasias and functions predicated on opera styles. These compositions demanded significant amounts of specialized ability. Additional instrumental compositions, nevertheless, included chamber functions for wind devices and other devices in diverse mixtures. Rummel was operating towards the Duke Wilhelm of Nassau between 1815 and 1842. He brought the courtroom orchestra from obscurity to prominence. After learning the violin with Ritter in Mannheim, Rummel experienced analyzed with Vogler and Karl Wagner. He also experienced a chance to research Meyerbeer’s “Les Hugenots” in Paris and organized Beethoven’s “Kreutzer Sonata” for his Wiesbaden orchestra. Rummel was valued for his flexibility and achieved piano playing.