This London-based firm was founded by the composer Ernest (Alexander Adolphe) Donajowski (c.1845—1922) who was born in Calais, France and became a naturalised British subject in 1874. He appears to have established a music publishing business in the early 1870s.
Donajowski eventually issued three main series: miniature scores, an octavo edition of chamber music, and piano (Philharmonic Edition) and violin pieces. The miniature score series was sold to Eulenburg in 1894.
Among the composers were: for piano Chamberlayne, William Faulkes, Ritter (E.W.), Strelezki, Virginia Lane, Dobigny and Gautier. Chamber music: Lindsay Kearne, Percy Godfrey. Violin: Guido Papini.
|4079||Godfrey||Piano Quintet, Op.16 (sc&pts)||1901|
John A. Parkinson, Victorian Music Publishers: An Annotated List (Michigan: Harmonie Press, 1990), p. 82;