Already during his lifetime Rossler-Rosetti enjoyed great popularity. His operas and symphonies achieved great success, most of them appeared in printing. His Requiem was first performed at Prague ata memorial festival dedicated to Mozart. He composed several concertos for piano, violin, violoncello, flute, clarinet, bassoon, corno and various ensembles. Out of his 14 flute concertos the here published Concerto in D major is to be found on page 25 of the thematic catalogue Breitkopf supplementXII (1778). The contemporary handwritten orchestral parts of the work are preserved at the King Stephen Museum at Székesfehérvár. It got into the possession of the Museum in 1951 with the rich book- and music-collection of the family Verebi-Végh.