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This table lists all known music publishers on IMSLP. As this table is sortable, it can provide help identifying a score.

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Table

Name Plate Year Place Comment
A A A
Jos. Aibl #### 1825–1904 Leipzig sold to Universal Edition in 1904
Ed. Albert & Co. Ed.A. ## Berlin
A. Aletter A. ## A. Wiesbaden
H. Alexander #### Pr. Stargardt Preußisch Stargardt, now Starogard Gdański (Poland)
Allan & Co ## 1870-present Sydney
G. Alsbach & Co. A. & Co. 1866-1961 Amsterdam
G. Alsbach & Co
G.A. & Co.
Amadeus Verlag 1973 - ? Winterthur
G. André G.A. ###.## ; G.A. & Co. ###.## 1850-79 Philadelphia founded by (Jean François?) Gustave André (poss.:1805–1878)
Johann André ##### 1775- Offenbach am Main
Anglo-Soviet Music Press A.S.M.P. ## London Largely reprints of Muzgiz titles.
Apollo-Verlag A. ### V. Berlin Extensive archive located in Staatsarchiv Leipzig
Appun's Musikverlag K. ## Bunzlau works of Louis Kruber use plate K. ##, other plates unknown
F.W. Arnold #### 1843-1872 Elberfeld
Arrow AMP #### ## 1938–1956 New York
Art Publication Society 1912-1980's St. Louis
Artaria #### 1765-1858 Vienna
Artia 1953-89 Prague =Supraphon
Emil Ascher E.A. ## Hamburg
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew ##,#### London
Edwin Ashdown E.A. ##,#### 1889- London
E. Ascherberg & Co. E.A. & Co. #### London
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, Ltd.
A.H.& C. Ltd. ####
Albert Auer #### Stuttgart
Augener ##### 1854-1962 London sold to Galaxy in 1962
Charles Avison Ltd. Av Ed ## 1905-18 London
B B B
Bach & Co. B. ## & C°. London
Bachmann 1829- Hannover
Bahn 1854-97 Berlin
Ballard 1551–1821 Paris
Bärenreiter-Verlag BA ####
BVK ####
TP ###
1923– Kassel Publishers of MGG (German musical encyclopædia), New Complete Editions of JS Bach, Mozart, Schubert, Schütz, etc.
Bärenreiter-VerlagNeue Mozart-Ausgabe NMA BA 4501–4617 1955–2007 Presently in 115 volumes
Bärenreiter-VerlagFranz Berwald: Sämtliche Werke BA 4901–4923 1966–1987 Presently in 22 volumes
Bärenreiter-VerlagNeue Bach-Ausgabe NBA BA 5001–5100 1954–2000 In 99 volumes
Bärenreiter-VerlagNew Berlioz Edition NBE BA 5441–5466 1967–2005 In 26 volumes
Bärenreiter-VerlagNeue Schubert-Ausgabe BA 5502–5557 1964– Presently in 52 volumes
Bärenreiter-VerlagLeoš Janácek: Kritische Gesamtausgabe BA 6841–6860 1978– Presently in 16 volumes, in conjunction with Supraphon
Barth #### 1872-94 Berlin Barth & Fritze 1872 bought by Otto Junne
Friedrich Bartholomäus #### 1854-71 Erfurt bought by Siegel
L. Bathlot #### 1868-87 Paris became Joubert
E. Baudoux E. #### B. 1880?–1905 Paris sold to Rouart, Lerolle et Cie. in 1905
Julius Bauer #### 1873- Braunschweig
M.P. Belaieff #### 1885–1972 Leipzig, St. Petersburg Absorbed by Peters
Bellmann & Thümer #### 1877- Potschappel
W. Benicke 1890s(?)-? Leipzig Engraving. (Use Template Benicke)
Anton J. Benjamin A.J.B. #### Hamburg
Ernst Berens E.B. ### Hamburg
A. Berka #### 1835 Vienna
M. Bernard St. Petersburg Absorbed by Jurgenson in 1885
Marco Berra ### 1811-1854 Prague
Emil Berté & Cie. E.B. & Cie. Vienna
Bertling #### 1850- Danzig
Bertram #### 1883-91 Brussels
Bessel #### 1869- St. Petersburg
Bessel W. #### B. 1869- St. Petersburg
Hermann Beyer & Söhne ### 1861- Langensalza
Bideri 1876- Naples
Billaudot 1896- Paris
C.H. Bigolet C.H.B. ## Paris
Robert Birchall ca.1780-ca.1824 London
Birchall & Andrews ca.1783-ca.1785 London
Birchall & Co. ca.1821-ca.1830 London
Birchall, Lonsdale, and Mills ca.1821-ca.1830 London
C.C. Birchard & Company #### 1901-1956 Boston purchased by Clayton F. Summy Co. in 1957
Summy-Birchard Co. 1957-ca.1980 Evanston
Birchtree Music Group 1980?-1988 Princeton sold to Warner-Chappell
Richard Birnbach R.B. #### ca.1904- Berlin Acquired Verlag Dreililien in 1934.
Birnbach's Volks-Ausgabe B.V.A. ####
Josef Blaha or Groscher & Blaha J.B. #### Wien
L. A. Blanchard 1870s Boston
Böhme 1794-1887 Hamburg sold to Cranz
Boivin 1720s-1750 Paris sold to Bayard
Boosey & Co 1854- London
Boosey & Hawkes 1930- London Merger of Boosey & Co. and Hawkes & Sons
Bornemann O.B. #### by 1888?- Paris Now Editions Bornemann, earlier O. Bornemann, S.Bornemann, le Bailly-Bornemann.
Bösendorfer ### 1870-1890 Vienna
Bossler ### 1781-1792 Speyer
Bossler ### 1792-1828 Darmstadt
Boston Music Co. B.M.C. ##
B.M.Co. #####
1885-2003 Boston
Bosworth & Co. B. & Co. 1890s?–1920s Leipzig Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig
Boyer ca.1784–ca.1806 Paris acquired by Naderman
Bote & Bock, GmbH B. & B. 1838-present
S. Brainard ##### 1845–1864 Cleveland
S. Brainard's Sons
1864-1931 Cleveland, Chicago
Brandus 1846–1887 Sold to Ph. Maquet, 1888.
Brandus & Cie. B. & Cie. 1846–1854, 1873–1887 Paris
Brandus & Dufour B. & D. ##### 1854–1872 Paris
Oscar Brandstetter 1880-present Leipzig (1880–1945), Wiesbaden Engraving, (Use Template Brandstetter)
Georg Bratfisch G.B. #### Frankfurt-Oder
Breitkopf und Härtel ##### 1725- Leipzig Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig
Breitkopf & HärtelOrchester-Bibliothek Orch.-B.
Breitkopf & HärtelPartitur-Bibliothek Part.-B.
Breitkopf & HärtelVolksausgabe V. A. 1876–1913
Breitkopf & HärtelBach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe B.W. ###
Breitkopf & HärtelBeethoven Gesammtausgabe B. ### 1862–1888
Breitkopf & HärtelBrahms: Sämtliche Werke J.B. ### 1926–1927
Breitkopf & HärtelGeorg Friedrich Händels Werke H.W. ### 1858–1894, 1902
Breitkopf & HärtelLiszt-Stiftung Edition F.L. ###
Breitkopf & HärtelAlte Mozart-Ausgabe W.A.M. ### 1877–1910 Plate number = Köchel (KV)1
Breitkopf & HärtelMendelssohn Gesammtausgabe M.B. ###
Breitkopf & HärtelFranz Peter Schuberts Werke F.S. ###
Breitkopf & HärtelRobert Schumanns Werke R.S.## 1879–1893
Robert Bremner 1754-1762 Edinburgh
Robert Bremner
1762-1789 London
J. Brixner 1872- Vienna bought by Bosworth
Max Brockhaus M.B 1893- Leipzig
Brödrene Hals B.H.M. ### 1887–1908 Christiania (=Oslo)
Broude Brothers 1929–
Bursik & Kohout B. ### K. Prague
A. Büttner 1850- St. Petersburg
Oluf By's Musikforlag O.B. #### ca.1904-1925 Christiana (Oslo) Purchased by Norsk Musikforlag
C C C
Campbell, Connelly & Co. #### 1925 London
Johann Cappi #### 1801-182x? Wien See https://www.wien.gv.at/wiki/index.php/Johann_Cappi . Uncle of Pietro Cappi, partner of Diabelli. Company passed to his wife after his death, for some period of time? Publisher of some Beethoven works as late as 1822.
Cappi et Diabelli C. et D. No. ### Paris
Carisch & Jänichen C. ##### J. bef.1898-aft.1956 Milan; Leipzig Still exists as Carisch & Jänichen Musical Instruments - perhaps also as publisher? Needs looking into, I think (as do several other "2nd or 3rd tier publishers" that turn up once awhile). Seems to have printed some 15000 plates at least (Bloch sonata, 1956?) in that 60-year timeframe - does anyone know anything about them?
Carulli 1822–1833 Milan
Cary & Co. C. & Co., #### London
Challier & Co. C.&Co. ### 1836–aft.1934 Berlin Do not know much about this publisher but their name and imprint seems to turn up fairly often - not so much on scores we have so far (14 times at most ) but in libraries generally I think. Possibly founded by C.A. Challier (d.1871) or (more likely?) renamed by him (to C.A. Challier & Co.)
F.W. Chanot #### ca.1890-19?? London Leipzig
S. Chapelier S.C. ## Paris
Chappell C ##### 1810-present London
Chester 1861-present London
Chester CH #### 1970?-present
J. & W. Chester, Ltd. J.W.C. #### 1861-ca.1970
Julius Chmel Ch. ##### 1878-97 Vienna dances, piano, zither, songs
Choudens A.C. ##### 1845- Paris
John Church ###### 1869-1930 Cincinnati acquired by Theodore Presser Co.
Robert Cocks ##### 1800ca.-1906 Melbourne bought by Augener & Co.
E.W.Cole ##### 1880ca.-1925 ca. Melbourne
Colombier C. #### 1838-1892 Paris acquired by Émile Gallet
Composers Association of Macedonia Skopje Informational link here.
Composers' Music Corporation C.M.C. ### New York
Alfred Coppenrath A.C. ### 1855- Regensburg Acquired(?) by Carus-Verlag in 2008
Alfred Coppenrath's Verlag (H. Pawelek) H.P. ### 1887-?
Alfred Coppenrath Verlag 1945?- Altötting
Cos Cob 1929-1930s New York
Costallat et Cie. C. & C. / C. & Cie. 1895-ca.1950 Paris
J.G. Cotta ## 1659-? Tubingen, Stuttgart
Cottrau 1855-84 Naples Founded by Teodoro Cottrau in 1855; sold to Ricordi in 1884.
August Cranz C. Hamburg, Leipzig, Brussels subsidiary of Schott
W.H. Cundy ###-# ?-1907 Boston Boston music publisher primarily? (Now better known as one-half of Cundy-Bettoney, itself better known for their clarinets than their music publications, it seems.)
Cundy Music Co. ####-# 1890s Boston
Cundy-Bettoney ####-# 1907–? Boston Cundy-Bettoney was created when W.H. Cundy was purchased by Harry Bettoney (1867–1953) in 1907. He had begun working there in 1897. (See brief bio of Bettoney here.) Publisher and clarinet maker.
J. Curwen & Sons 1863-1970s London
D D D
Edition Dania E.D. ### 1930?-1966? Copenhagen Directed by the Association of Danish Composers (see this 1936 explanation (Danish).) May have published part of the Samfundet til Udgivelse af Dansk Musik series (now published by Edition S).
D. Davis & Co. Sydney
H.F.W. Deane & Sons ca.1910 London
Paul Decourcelle P.D. ### ca.1882?-? Nice Founded? by composer Paul Decourcelle.
E. Demets E. #### D. 1895?-ca.1925 Paris
Deutscher Verlag für Musik DVfM #### 1954- Leipzig Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig. Under Breitkopf & Härtel
Diabelli #### 1817-1858 Vienna Eventually merged into August Cranz
Franz Dietrich ##### 1883- Leipzig
Otto Dietrich #### 1886-1936 Leipzig
Oliver Ditson ##### 1783- Boston
Oliver Ditson ##### 1783- Boston
Ditson   → Musician's Library ML-####-#
Doblinger D. #### Vienna
Domkowski & Co. #### ca. 1892-ca. 1900 Munich led by R. Wächtler
E. Donajowski #### ca.1890- London
Dörffel #### 1862-1891 Leipzig
Dover Publications 1941- Mineola Mostly reprints
Dreililien 1901-1934 Berlin, Lichterfelde Or, "Verlag Dreililien", or "Dreililien-Verlag" . Incorporated in 1934 into the publisher Richard Birnbach.
Drei Masken Verlag 1910- Munich, Berlin
V. Dufaut et Dubois V.D. et D. #### Paris
Durand Paris
A. Durand et Fils A.D. & F. 1891-ca.1920 less common than D. & F.
Durand et Cie. D. & C. ca.1960-present
Durand et Fils D. & F. 1891-ca.1960.
Durand, Schoenwerk, et Cie. D.S. & Cie. 1870–1885
Durand-Schoenwerk D.S. 1886–1891
E E E
Josef Eberle & Co. J.E. ### 1873-1974 Vienna Engraver and publisher of music. (Use template Eberle for the firm's work as an engraver.)
Waldheim-Eberle 1890s-1974
Carl Ebling ### Mainz
Carl Ebling K.E. ### Mainz now Karl Ebling
Ebner ### 1889-96 Ludwigsburg
Ch. Egrot Ch. E. ### ca.1862-ca.1887 Paris
Elkan-Vogel 1928-1970 Philadelphia acquired by Theodore Presser Co.
Elkin & Co. E. & Co. London
Fried. Emmermann F.E. ### Mainz
Engelmann & Mühlberg ##### Leipzig Engraving, (Use Template Engelmann)
Enoch
Enoch E.F. & C. 1881–1895 Paris
Enoch & Cie. E. & C. 1895-present Paris
Enoch & Cie. E. & Cie. 1895-present Paris
Enoch & Sons E. & S. #### 1869–1927
Enoch Père et Fils E.P. & F. 1853–1881 Paris
Eos #### 1913–1925 Berlin
Hermann Erler #### 1913–1925 Berlin
Max Eschig M.E. #### 1907–1987 Paris
Escudier 1837-1882 Paris Sold to Heugel in 1882
La France Musicale F.M. #### 1837-1843 Paris
Bureau Central de la Musique B.C. #### 1843-1853 Paris
Léon Escudier L.E. #### 1853-1882 Paris
Edition Eulenburg Leipzig, London
Ernst Eulenburg E.E. #### Leipzig
Evette & Schaeffer E.S. #### 1875-1929 Paris
Ewer 1823-1867 London Acquired by Novello in 1867
F F F
Falter & Sohn F. & S. ### 1786-1888 Munich Founded (as Falter'schen Musikhandlung) in 1786 (no prefix to plates); changed to Falter & Söhn sometime before 1820 or so (presumably as his son took over part of the business); purchased by Aibl in 1888. See Münchner Musik-Lexikon for some additional information.
A. Farrenc A.F. ### 1820-1839 Paris
B. Feldman & Co. ### London
Firnberg ### Frankfurt am Main
John Firth 1815-1820 New York Probably manufactured instruments only
Firth & Hall 1821-1832
Firth, Hall & Pond #### 1833-1846
Firth, Pond & Co. #### 1847-1863
Firth, Son & Co. #### 1863-1867 Acquired by Oliver Ditson Co.
Fischbacher Paris
A.E. Fischer 1862- Bremen bought by Benjamin, 1925
Carl Fischer 1872-present New York
J. Fischer & Brother J.F. & B. ####-## New York
G. Flaxland G.F. ####
or G.D. ####
1847–1869 Paris to Durand, 1870
William Foden fl.1890's-1947 St. Louis Mostly guitar music
Fœtisch Frères F #### F 1862-1976 Lausanne, Switzerland taken over by Hug 1976
Otto Forberg #### 1888- Leipzig bought Thiemer
Robert Forberg #### 1862- Leipzig engraving by Röder
Forsyth Brothers Ltd. #### 1875- London
Francis, Day & Hunter #### 1877- London
Freie Vereinigung zur Förderung guter Guitaremusik I-VIII, # Augsburg engraving by Oscar Brandstetter (Leipzig)
R. Friedlein #### 1849-56 Warsaw
E.W. Fritzsch E.W.F. ### 1866?–1903 Leipzig Possibly founded by Ernst Wilhelm Fritzsch (1840–1902). Acquired by C.F.W. Siegel after his death, in 1903. Published music, essays and books (by Nietzsche and others).
C.W. Fröhlich ?-1838 Berlin Bought by Bote & Bock, GmbH
E. Fromont E. #### F. ca.1891–1921 Paris
Furore Verlag 1986- Kassel Focuses on obscure works by female composers, inc. many first editions of Clara Schumann, Fanny Hensel, et al.
At least one edition has a bogus copyright notice (reprint)
Adolph Fürstner A. #### F. 1868-ca.1905 Berlin subsidiary of Schott
G G G
E. Gallet E.G. #### 1892- Paris
Gambaro ### 1814-1861 Paris Some information at this biography page. Dates 1814-1861 are from the Gambaro entry in the index of a book about Breitkopf und Härtel.
Gambogi frères G.G. #### 1860-1877 Paris
F.W. Garbrecht 1862-ca.1880 Leipzig Engraving, Acquired by Brandstetter. (Use Template Garbrecht)
Gebethner and Wolff 1857-ca.1945 Warsaw Nationalized after World War II
Gebethner and Wolff G. & C. ### 1857-1860s
Gebethner and Wolff G. #### W. 1860s-
Carl Gehrmans C.G. #### Stockholm
F.M. Geidel Leipzig Engraving, (Use Template Geidel)
E. Gérard et Cie C.M. #### 1860-1887 Paris Catalog acquired by Heugel
Carl Giessel ## Bayreuth Also Carl Giessel, Jr. ; relates to E.F. Steinacker of Leipzig? (So claims one of Sonneck’s books for the Library of Congress.)
Girod 1855-1919 Paris Possibly acquired by Alphonse Leduc after 1919
E. Girod E.G. #### 1855-ca.1863 Paris
E. et A. Girod E. et A.G. #### ca.1864-ca.1881 Paris
Veuve Girod E.G. #### ca.1882-ca.1907 Paris
P. Girod  ? ca.1908-ca.1919 Paris
Conrad Glaser #### 1833- Schleusingen (from 1892 Coburg)
Globus Verlag D.L.S. ### # Berlin Deutsche Lieder-Sammlung
Anton Goll A.G. ### Wien
Gombart ### 1789-1836 Basel, Augsburg Subject of a book "Musikverlag Gombart : Basel, Augsburg (1789-1836)" by Hans Rheinfurth and Monika Groening (published by Schneider (Tutzing), 1999).
Goodwin & Tabb London
J.P. Gotthard J.P.G. ### 1868-80 Vienna sold to Doblinger
M. Gray M. G. #### 1860-1887 San Francisco, Oakland Also Matthias Gray, M. Gray's Music Stores. Formerly Atwill, who sold his business to Matthias Gray (1829–1887) and William Herwig in 1860. According to Sixty years of California song (1913), soon after Gray's death the "immense" stock of music was "sold for a song" to Ditson. (Publisher page should probably be "Gray" for conciseness.)
Louis Gregh L.G. #### 1873-1907 Paris
W. Greiner #### 1833-1883 Paris
F.G.L. Gressler #### 1842-98 Langensalza Schulbuchhandlung
Philipp Grosch #### 1920 ca.- Leipzig
Johann Gross #### 1882- Innsbruck
Carl Grüninger C.G. #### Stuttgart
Grus 1842-1875
Grus A.G. #### 1842-1861 Paris
Grus L.G. #### 1862-1875 Paris
Joseph Günther J. ### G. Dresden
A. Gutheil A. #### G. 1859-1947 Moscow to Edition Russe, 1914
A.J. Gutmann J. ### G. 1874- Vienna
Gutmann A.J.G. ####
H H H
Hachette #### 1846-1977 Paris
Julius (or Jules) Hainauer J. #### H. 1852?-ca.1933 Breslau May have absorbed or succeeded an earlier Breslau publisher, Schuhmann, and reissued e.g. some Liszt works originally published by same before 1852 or so when Hainauer-Verlag prob. started issuing music. Son of founder, Ernst Julius (1901-196x?), seems to have taken over at some point, left Breslau for England in 1933 after the seizure of political power by the Nazis ("Machtergreifung"), and founded Julius Hainauer Ltd. in London in 1936.
Julius Hainauer Ltd. 1936-? London See German Exile Publishers
Otto Halbreiter O.H. ### 1875-1929 München
William Hall & Son #### 1847-1874 New York Acquired by Oliver Ditson & Co.
J. Hamelle J. #### H. 1877-ca.1940 Paris
A. Hammond & Co. H. #### London
Hansa-Verlag H.V. ### Berlin-Wilmersdorf
Edition Wilhelm Hansen ##### 1853- Copenhagen
T.B. Harms #### 1881- New York
Frederick Harris ##### 1904- London, Toronto
G. Hartmann G.H. #### 1868-1891 Paris to Heugel, 1891
G. Hartmann & Cie. G.H. & Cie. ####
Tobias Haslinger T.H. #### Vienna
Hatzfeld #### 1891- Leipzig 150 works by 1899
Hawkes & Sons #### 1792- London Merged with Boosey & Co 1930
Heckel Leipzig
Heinrichshofen's Verlag H.V. ##### 1806- Magdeburg Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig
Gustav Heinze G. ### H. Leipzig
H. Helmuth ### to 1841 Halle
Helsingfors Nya Musikhandel H.N.M. ### 1884?–1911? Helsinki See Article in Wikipedia (Finnish) on Fazer Publishing (the successor to H.N.M.)
Helvetia-Verlag H. ### Zürich
G. Henle Verlag 1949- Munich
Ad. Henn A. ### H. Geneva
Heu 1828-ca.1877 Paris Acquired by Louis Gregh
C. Heu C. H. #### 1828-ca.1850
E. Heu E. H. #### 1851-ca.1877
Heugel H. #### Paris
Heugel et Companie H. & Cie. ####
Max Hieber Munich
Hientzsch #### 1860–18885 Breslau
William E. Hill & Sons #### 1897– London Small number of scores 1897-1917, then a few books on violin makers
Hinrichsen 1938-1980 London
Hirsch 1854-1869 Leipzig formerly Friedlein & Hirsch 1842-54. Bought by Kistner 1884
C. Hofbauer C.H. ### 1891- Leipzig pub A.Ashton, R Fuchs, Lehar
E. Hoffmann E.H. ## Dresden
J. Hoffmann ### 1838- Prague
Friedrich Hofmeister Leipzig Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig
Hofmusikhandelens Forlag K.H.M. Copenhagen Related to Nordisk Musikforlag in some way (and their plates are N.M.F.)
Holle #### 1837- Wolfenbuttel
Horneman & Erslev. #### Copenhagen
C. Hiner ### 1880 ca.– Graz bought by Bosworth
Hudební Matice H. M. ### 1871–1951 Prague
Gebrüder Hug G.H. #### 1807–
1885–1956
Zurich
Leipzig
History [1]. Founded by Hans Georg Nägeli (1791) and Jakob Christoph Hug (1807). Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig
J. J. Hummel #### 1766?–1821? Amsterdam, Berlin
I I I
Ikelmer 1857-1900 Paris
A. Ikelmer et Cie. A.I. et Cie. #### 1857-ca.1877
Ikelmer frères I.F. #### 1877-ca.1881
Désiré Ikelmer D.I. #### 1882-c1900
Imbault 1784-1812 Paris
International Music Company New York A subsidiary of the pop-music publisher Bourne Music, Inc. A vast majority of editions are under copyright.
J J J
Janet et Cotelle J.C. #### 1810–1836 Paris Became A. Cotelle after a gap of two years (after Janet's death in 1836, and some reorganization??) in 1838.
A. Cotelle A.C. ### 1832?-? Paris Successor to the early-19th century Paris firm Janet et Cotelle (begun 1810)? (see Oxford J&C Firm Bio. Pierre-Honoré Janet d.1832.)
Joanin A.J. et Cie ### 1903?-1907? Paris Possibly purchased by Heugel??
Jobert J.J. ### 1921- Paris
John Johnson 1740-77 London
Josephson 1851-1867 Stockholm
Joubert 1889-ca.1967 Paris
L. Bathlot L.B. #### 1868-ca.1887
L. Bathlot & Héraud 1887–?
L. Bathlot & Vve. Héraud ?–ca.1891
L. Bathlot-Joubert 1891-1896
C. Joubert C.J. or J. #### 1896-?
L. Jouve L.J. ## Paris
Wilhelm Jowien L.J. ## 1849-1884 Hamburg
P.L. Jung P.L.J. ### New York
Albert Jungmann & C. Lerch J. & L. ### Wien
Otto Junne O.J. #### 1887–1943? Leipzig As of 1917, called itself a branch of Schott frères. Destroyed during bombing of Leipzig, 1943.
P. Jurgenson 1861-1918 Moscow
K K K
C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger C.F.K. #### Leipzig Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig
F.W. Kaibel F.W.K. #### Lübeck
Georg Kallmeyer #### Wolfenbuttel Now Moseler
Edwin F. Kalmus & Co., Inc. None 1929- Boca Raton
Karczag & Wellner 1904-1936 Vienna
J.B. Katto 1855-1870 Brussels
Kgl. Hof-Musikhandel 1880-1902 Copenhagen
Cyrill Kistler ca.1891-1907 Bad Kissingen catalog apparently acquired by C.F.W. Siegel
Verlag der Musikalischen Tagesfragen
ca.1891-ca.1892
Verlag von Cyrill Kistler
ca.1896-1907
Fr. Kistner ##### 1823- Leipzig
C.A. Klemm ##### 1832-1933 Leipzig
Könemann Music K. ### Budapest Publisher of low-priced Urtext editions. Editor's notes are freely available on the publisher's website. Many publications from the early to mid–1990s are unedited reprints of public domain editions like the Ricordi full score of Aida, etc.
Körner Erfurt
Ad. Köster A. #### K. Berlin
Vinzenz Kratochwill Vienna
Heinrich Kreisler H. ### K. & Co. Hamburg
H.R. Krentzlin Berlin Richard Krentzlin (1864-1956) published works for educational purposes, the works were printed in cooperation with a well-known partner (mostly Lienau), the partner publisher is printed on the title page too, plate numbers are usually from the partner publisher
H.R. Krentzlin Unterrichtsverlag
Berlin-Lichterfelde
S. A. Krzyżanowski S ## K 1871?-2011? Kraków Antique shop and publisher founded ca.1871, closed? possibly due to rent issues? 2011?
F.H. Kühling ## Bonn
T.F.A. Kühn Weimar
Chez A. Kühnel Bureau de Musique ### 1800–1813 Leipzig (Germany) The following information is available from the Edition Peters website (http://www.edition-peters.com/aboutus/history.php): "On 1 December 1800 the conductor and composer Franz Anton Hoffmeister (1754–1812) entered into partnership with the bookseller and organist Ambrosius Kühnel (1770–1813) for the purpose of establishing a 'Bureau de Musique' in Leipzig . . . . In 1806 the business passed into the sole ownership of A. Kühnel when it was officially registered under the name 'Neuer Verlag des Bureau de Musique' . . . . Following Kühnel's untimely death, the firm was acquired by the Leipzig bookseller Carl Friedrich Peters (1779–1827), who traded from 1 April 1814 under the name 'Bureau de Musique de C.F. Peters'." (see below, Edition Peters) However, there is at least one extant work (Crusell, Clarinet Concerto op.1) with Kühnel's name and 'Bureau de Musique', so it is unclear whether editions so marked belong to the 1800–1806 or 1806–1813 period.
Kunkel Brothers #### 1868-ca.1923 St. Louis
Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoir ### 1801-1814? Vienna (Also known as Bureau d'Arts (or des Arts) et d'Industrie.) acc. to "Beethoven and His World" (Clive), firm of music publishers, and dealers in maps and map prints, founded in 1801 by the painter Joseph Anton Kappeller & the lawyer Jakob Holer, under the name "Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoir Kappeller und Holer". Kappeller left in 1802; ownership of the firm changed about a bit and the name changed to "Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoir zu Wien". The firm was taken over in 1814 by Joseph Riedl von Leuenstern.They were Beethoven's principal publisher from 1802 to 1808 (when Breitkopf assumed that role; before 1802 this was Artaria principally, even though sometimes Beethoven had had some works published by Mollo, with sometimes quite negative results...), and in all, the K-a-I-Comptoir Wien published in all some forty first editions of his works. (Paraphrased from Clive.)
Adolf Kunz A.K.V.B. #### Berlin
Edition Kunzelmann Adliswil (Switzerland)
L L L
C. Lacom ### 1880s-90s Vienna
Léon Langlois L. L. ### 1869-1902 Paris
J. H. Larway L. #### 1893-1938 London
Bernard Latte ### 1831-ca.1855 Paris
Laudy & Co. J. ### L. 1890-? London Their first publication was an organ work by Filippo Capocci. Distributed after 1894 or so(?) by, and perhaps eventually acquired by, Bosworth & Co. (may exist only as an imprint now?)
Lauterbach & Kuhn L. & K. ### 1902-1908 Leipzig Acquired by Bote & Bock
Alfred Läuterer ### 188-1900 Munich Acquired by Aibl
Alphonse Leduc A.L. #### 1841-present Paris
Lee & Walker #####-# 1848-1875 Philadelphia Created by two former clerks of George Willig’s in 1848, and bought out by Oliver Ditson in 1875.
C.F. Leede ### 1843 Leipzig Publisher of Bungert, Sommer, Germer, B Seifert in 1880s-90s.
Leeds Music 1935-1964 New York In 1944 Leeds Music acquired the Am-Rus catalog and became the American agents for many Soviet composers. Acquired by MCA Music in 1964.
O. Legouix O. L. G. ### ?-? Paris Publisher of e.g. chamber music, succeeded?? by E. Legouix and G. Legouix (fl.1926+).
J. Leitgeber ### 1867- Posen
Max Leichssenring #### Hamburg
Le Menu ca.1760–ca.1784 Paris
Henry Lemoine ##### H.
##### H.L.
Paris
Alfred Lengnick & Co. A.L. & Co. Ltd. #### London
Hal Leonard 1947- Milwaukee It is highly unlikely that there are any Hal Leonard publications in the public domain. Hal Leonard has controlled the print rights for the Schirmer catalog since 1986.
F.E.C. Leuckart F.E.C.L. #### 1782- Munich, Leipzig
Gustav Lewy G.L. ###
Robert Lienau Berlin-Lichterfelde
Leo Liepmannssohn Berlin
Rudolf C. Lindner R.C.L. ### Wien
F.S. Lischke ### 18th c-1842 Berlin
Litolff Braunschweig Bought by Peters in 1940.
Longman & Broderip 1776-1798 London
C.C. Lose Copenhagen
Stanley Lucas, Weber, Pitt & Hatzfeld 1880-1903 London
F. Lucca –1891 Milan sold to Ricordi in 1891
Luckhardt Cassel, Berlin
Luckhardt's Musik-Verlag (J. Feuchtinger) Freiburg
Abr. Lundquists Kongl. Hof-Musikhandel Abr.L. #### Stockholm
Lyon & Healy 1864– Chicago See Wikipedia. Founded by George Lyon (ret.1889) and Patrick J. Healy (1840?–1905), first as a music publisher, then also as an instrument (mostly harp) manufacturer. Bought by Steinway & Sons in the 1970s, and became specifically a harp-making subsidiary.
Musikverlag Lyra M.L. ## Berlin bought by Bosworth 1938
M M M
Otto Maass 1885- Vienna bought by Universal-Edition
Félix Mackar Paris
Félix Mackar et Gresse F.M. et G. ### 1865-ca.1868
Félix Mackar F.M. ### 1868-1889
F. Mackar et Noël M.N. ###
M. et N. ###
1889-1896
A. Noël 1896-1940
P. Noël 1947-?
J. Maho J #### M. 1851–1877 Paris sold to Hamelle in 1877
J. Maho J.M. ### 1851–1877 Paris
P. Manganelli Rome
Margueritat ### Paris Publisher of much band and orchestral music (mostly briefer works) in the mid-to-late 19th century?
Edward B. Marks ##### New York
C. Marowsky C. ### M. ca.1879-ca.1898 Minden
Massute ### 1864-92 Frankfurt am Oder dance music: bought by Benjamin 1892
Masters Music Publications Boca Raton (see Kalmus)
A.Z. Mathot Z. ### M. Paris (before 1930)
Pietro Mechetti P.M. #### Vienna (before 1857)
Ernst ter Meer #### 1848-56 Aachen bought by Kistner
A. Meissonnier #### ca.1812–1842 Paris became Heugel
J. Meissonnier ca.1821–1860 Paris acquired by E. Gérard et Cie
J. Meissonnier J.M. ###
J. Meissonnier C.M. ###
Nakladatelství Melantrich M. ### 1897-1999 Prague See Wikipedia article. First/early (or first Czech publisher, in other cases) publisher of many scores by Bohuslav Martinů, among others. Usually referred to just as Melantrich. (Nakladatelství - Publishing House.)
Carl Merseburger C. ####-# M. 1849- Leipzig, Berlin, Kassel
C.F. Meser ### ?-1872 Dresden) Acquired by Fürstner in 1872
C.F. Meser (Herm. Müller) H.M. ### Dresden
C.F. Meser 1873-? Berlin Separate company or imprint created after Fürstner's acquisition of Meser
Metzler M. #### London Instrument manufacturer and music publisher, music plates were sold at auction in 1880
Théodore Michaelis T.M. ### 1876-1893 Paris
Mitteldeutscher Verlag #### 1946- Halle/Saale
F. J. Mompour #### ?-1843 Bonn Bought by Furstner
Möseler Verlag #### 1945- Wolfenbuttel Previously Kallmeyer
Mori & Lavenu #### London
H. F. Müller also H. F. Müller's Witwe #### Vienna
Editio Musica Budapest Z. #### Budapest
Musica Obscura Editions
Musica Rara M.R. #### London / Monteux (FR) Under Breitkopf & Härtel since 2000
Musical Antiquarian Society 1840–1850 London
Editions Musicales Transatlantiques E.M.T. ### Paris
Musytschna Ukraina Kiev
Edition Mutuelle E. ####. M. Paris
Muzgiz / Muzyka G.M. #### I.M.
Г.M. #### Г.M.
1918–1930 Moscow
Muzgiz / Muzyka
M. ##### G.
M. ##### Г.
1930–1963 Moscow
Muzgiz / Muzyka
##### 1963- Moscow
N N N
Naderman #### 1773-1828 Paris
Adolph Nagel
Nagels Musik Archiv
Archiv Nr. ## 1835–1952 Hannover Bärenreiter imprint from 1952 on.
Adolph Nagel
N.M.A. ###
Napoleão
Editora Arthur Napoleão Ltda.
AN-#### 1866- Rio de Janeiro
Verlag Neue Musik ##### 1957–present Berlin See Wikipedia article (German) (Verlag Neue Musik) for history, also their website.
Nickau & Welleminsky N. & W. ## Wien
G.W. Niemeyer GWN ### 1839-1887 Hamburg previously Schucbert & Niemeyer
A. Noël ## Paris successor to Félix Mackar
Otto Heinrich Noetzel Verlag Wilhelmshaven
Nordisk Musikforlag N.F. #### 1902–1910 Kjøbenhavn , then Stockholm? Began with coproductions (e.g. works by Stenhammar and Sjøgren) formerly Kgl. Hof-Musikhandel, Copenhagen
Nordiska Musikförlaget NMS ### 1915–1988 Stockholm Founded in 1915 as a Stockholm office/subsidiary to Hansen, purchased in 1988 by Music Sales, sold to Fazer, then in 1993 sold to Warner/Chappell. Source: Orchestral Music: A Handbook. Still appears as an imprint. First publisher for quite a few Swedish composers (e.g. Allan Pettersson, others.) Appeared also as "A.B. Nordiska Musikförlaget".
Norsk Musikforlag #### 1909- Kristiana (Oslo after 1924)
A.A. Noske A.A.N. ### G's Gravenhage (Netherlands)
Novello London
O O O
A. O'Kelly A.O.K.#### 1872-1888 Paris catalog mostly acquired by Mackar & Noël
A. O'Kelly
A.O'K. ####
Georges Oertel G.O. ###
Louis Oertel L. #### O.
Österreichischer Bundesverlag Dm.d.Tk.in Oest. xxx ## 1772 Vienna
Nakladatelství Oldřích Padírek Ol. P. Brno
Ollivier & Co. O & Co. #### London
Hermann Oppenheimer ### 1876-19?? Hameln
Orbis EO ### 1949–1953 Prague
Maurice Orgelbrand ### 1860s Vilnius
Oxford University Press ### 1920- London
P P P
Pabst #### 1873-19?? Delitzsch
Pacini #### Paris
Paez #### 1842- Berlin
H. Pardini #### Czernowitz
Patey & Willis P. & W. #### London
Wilhelm Paul #### 1829-1857 Dresden
W. Paxton & Co. P. & W. #### 1870ca.- London
A. Payne's Musikverlag A.P. ## Leipzig
Pazdirek #### 1919-1949 Brno MelPa (Melantrich-Pazdirek) 1936-49 (see Melantrich)
Peermusic ##### 1960 ca. (1928) –present New York City; Hamburg? Founded as "Southern Music Publishing Company" in 1928. Started using the "Peermusic Classical" imprint sometime in the 1960s? though used both for some time; now uses peermusic (lowercase p) exclusively. See Wikipedia; History at official website.
Pérégally & Parvy A.P. ## 1882-1909 Paris
Edition Peters ##### Leipzig; Frankfurt Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig
Edition Peters
EP #####
J.L. Peters #####-## by 1859–1871?, 1881–1892 St. Louis Founded by John L. Peters.
J.L. Peters
#####-## 1866–1875/77 New York New York branch purchased by Ditson (C.H. Ditson) in 1877
W.C. Peters 1832-1849 Louisville Founded by William C. Peters. Taken over by Peters & Webb in 1850.
W.C. Peters
1844/50-1851 Baltimore
W.C. Peters
1846-1866 Cincinnati Purchased by J.L. Peters in 1866.
Carl Petersen C.P. ###
C. ### P.
Gotha; Halle
H. Petersen #### 1882-1896 Leipzig
Pfister Frères P.F. ## Paris
Philidor Paris
Philippo et Cie. C. ### P. Paris
Pigna & Rovida Milan Minor Italian publisher, turn of the 19th century
Pigott & Co. # Dublin
A. Pinatel A.P.#### Paris
J. Pirrault J. et H.P. ### Paris
A. Piwarski #### 1899 Cracow
Pleyel #### 1795-1834 Paris
Hugo Pohle H.P. #### 1872-1891 Hamburg Purchased by Schweers & Haake‎
Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (PWM) P.W.M. #### Warsaw
William A. Pond & Co. ##### 1863-1917? New York Catalog acquired by Carl Fischer in 1946
Fr. Portius ### Leipzig
Praeger & Meier P. ### M. Bremen
Praeger & Meier
P. & M. ### Bremen
Theodore Presser #####
P.C. ###
1883- Philadelphia; Bryn Mawr from 1949
Preston c.1774-c.1835 London
Prilipp 1834-1890 Paris
H.A. Probst 1823-1836 Leipzig See Kistner
Keith Prowse London
Pustet 1862–1978 Regensburg
R R R
Raabe & Plothow 1880- Berlin
D. Rahter Hamburg
Rajchman & Frender 1862- Warsaw
Albert Rathke A. ### R. 1879- Magdeburg
Theodor Rättig R. ### 1878-ca.1910 Vienna, Leipzig
Carl Rau C.R. # Flensburg
Philipp Reclam jun. 1823-1896? Leipzig
Gebrüder Reinecke G. ### R. Leipzig
Repos Paris
Richault #### R. 1805–1898 Paris sold to Constallat et Cie.
Ricordi 1808- Milan
Ries & Erler R. #### E. 1881-present Berlin
Rieter-Biedermann ### 1849–1917 Winterthur, Leipzig sold to Peters in 1917
Sidney Riorden 1904-1915 London
Rebay & Robitschek R. & R. Vienna
C.G. Röder 1846-ca.1980 Leipzig Engraving, (Use Template Röder)
F. Roerich & Co. F.R. #### Wien
Röhr #### 1900-1939 Berlin bought by Bosworth
Estienne Roger ### 1697-1743 Amsterdam
Root & Cady #### 1858?-1871? Chicago 1969 book with history and possibly almost complete(?) list of this publisher’s plate nos. (Dana J. Epstein's Music Publishing in Chicago Before 1871: The Firm of Root & Cady, 1858-1871.) First Root & Cady, then Root & Co.; plates bought out by Brainard in 1871. A "Root & Sons" (imprint of Brainard? A separate company?) still published as late as 1882 however ? .
Rouart, Lerolle & Cie. 1905–1941
Alexis Rouart, Lerolle & Cie.
A.R. #### 1905–1908 Paris
Alexis Rouart, Lerolle & Cie.
R.L. #### & Cie. 1908-1941 Paris
Rouart, Lerolle & Cie.
R.L. #### 1920?–1941 Paris
Louis Rouhier L.R. ### 1895-1915 Paris
Rozsavölgyi & Co R. & Co. #### 1850–? Pest, later Budapest Founded by Gyula Rozsavölgyi (1822–1861) in 1850?. See Rózsavölgyi ës tärsa, their current website.
Rozsavölgyi & Co
N.G. #### Budapest
Rózsavölgyi ës tärsa
1850s?– Pest, later Budapest Early and current name (in Hungarian) of Rózsavölgyi & Co.
Rozsnyai Károly R.K. #### Budapest
Carl Rühle C. #### R. 1880-1947 Leipzig
Rühle & Rüttinger 1882-1884
Rühle & Milkuhn 1884-1885
Robert Rühle Ro. #### Rü. Berlin
Editions Russes de Musique R.M.V. ### Berlin, Paris
S S S
Carl Sackur 1883- Breslau
Salabert Paris
G. Santojanni 1883-1933 Naples purchased by Bideri
B. Scheithauer B.S. ## Berlin
Schirmer 1861- New York
E.C. Schirmer E.C.S. #### 1921- Boston Subsidiary of ECS Publishing
Maurice Schlesinger (Paris) M.S. #### 1821–1846 Berlin, Paris
A. Schlesinger (Berlin) S. #### 1810–1864
(Lienau after 1864)
M. Schloss M.S. ### 1840-75 Köln
Balthasar Schmid [N.] #### 1726-93 Nuremberg
Schmid Nachfolger [N.] #### 1875-1960 Munich
Schmidl [N.] #### Trieste
Arthur P. Schmidt A.P.S. 1876–1960 Boston
C.F. Schmidt C.F.S. ### Heilbronn
H.W. Schmidt ### 1845-1886 Halle Also Lipper & Schmidt
J. Schmitt  ????-1791 Amsterdam J.Schmitt refers to Joseph Schmitt (1734-91), music publisher and merchant, Warmoes-straat, Amsterdam.
Editions Musicales de la Schola Cantorum S.#### P. Paris
Schonenberger S. ### 1830–1875 Paris "Georges Schonenberger was an active publisher of music in Paris from 1830 to 1875" - "Breitkopf und Härtel in Paris : the letters of their agent Heinrich Probst between 1833 and 1840" (Lennenberg, 1990), "The Letters", p.28, paraphrasing Hopkinson, Dictionary, p.110.
B. Schott's Söhne B.S.S. ##### Mainz
(older imprints use "Mayence")
Schott Frères
S.F. #### 1843?- Brussels
Schott & Co., Ltd.
S. & Co. #### 1835?- London
Schott & Co., Ltd.
#### S. & Co.
S. & Co. ####
1835?- London
Friedrich Schreiber F.S. ##### 1876–1879
Edward Schuberth & Co. E.S. & Co. New York
### Leipzig
R. Schultz Musik-Verlag R.S. #### 1882-1892 Berlin
Schwann #### 1821- Dusseldorf Bought by Peters 1974
Schweers & Haake #### 1892-19?? Bremen
Schwickert 1772-1845 Leipzig also Halle for 1792-1802
J.G. Seeling 1879- Dresden
Hermann Seemann Nachfolger H.S.N. #### Leipzig
Robert Seitz R.S. ### 1864-ca.1881? Leipzig May have been absorbed into, or sold its stock to, Ries & Erler soon after the latter was founded in 1881?
Editions Maurice Senart E.M.S. #### 1908–1941
Senart, Roudanez et Cie. S.R. & Cie. 1908–1914
G. Sennewald 1835–1890 Warsaw
Bartholf Senff 1847–1907 Berlin
Seyfarth 1873– Lemberg )(Lvov)
Shanghai Music Publishing House #J#### 1949-present Shanghai
Sieber #### 1772-1850s? Paris
C. F. W. Siegel E.W.F. ### L.
####
1846–1909 Leipzig
Siegel & Schimmel ###
####
1883–1901 Berlin bought by Heinrichshofen
Hans Sikorski H.S. #### Hamburg 1935-present Rents a wide range of music online at Sikorski Music Publishers.
Carl Simon C.S. ### Berlin Archivgut befindet sich im Staatsarchiv Leipzig im Bestand von Breitkopf & Härtel.
Simon and Schuster S & S ### New York
N. Simrock Berlin History: Nikolaus Simrock site ; Wikipedia (German) ; Fritz - Wikipedia (German) for Fritz Simrock ; Wikipedia (English) for Fritz Simrock[. Founded by Nikolaus Simrock in 1793
Editions de la Sirène E.D. ### L.S. Paris
La Sirene Musicale S.M. ### Paris
Sound Pool Music Brussels Publisher for Frederic Rzewski.
Sovietski Kompositor C. #### K. Moscow
C. A. Spina C.S. 1852–1876 Vienna sold to August Cranz
Stainer & Bell S. & B. #### London
Emanuel Starý 1867- Prague
Edm. Stoll #### 1850-1909 Leipzig acquired by Pohl-Wohnlich of Basel
Státní nakladatelství krásné hudby, literatury a umení (SNKHLU) H #### 1953–1967 Prague
S.A. Steiner und Comp. S. et C. #### Vienna
Steingräber Verlag ## 1878–present? Hannover/Leipzig History here. Founded by Theodor Steingräber (1830–1904). Also known as Steingräber, Edition Steingräber.
Adolf Stöppler St. ## W. Wiesbaden
Edition Strache E. St. ##
Edition Strache No.##
Vienna, Warnsdorf
Süddeutscher Musikverlag S M.-V. ## Strassburg
Editio Supraphon H #### 1967- Prague
Suvini Zerboni S. #### Z. 1907–present Milan Website: Edizioni Suvini Zerboni ; Wikipedia article
T T T
Táborszky & Parsch T. & P. ### Pest (Budapest)
H. Tellier ### 1876-1898 Paris Bought by Heugel
C.F. Teich ### Leipzig
Theune ### ?-1858 Amsterdam
Hugo Thiemer ### 1876-? Hamburg Later became Otto Forberg-Verlag of Leipzig.
Thompson 1741-1805 London taken over by Purday & Button (later Button & Whitaker)
Tischer & Jagenberg ### 1910-? Koln/Cologne
Henry Tolman 1846-1868 Boston began alone, then merged to become Russell & Tolman, then as Henry Tolman & Co.
P.J. Tonger P.J.T. #### Köln
T. Trautwein #### Berlin
Troupenas 1825–1850 Paris
Troupenas
### 1825-1834 Paris
Troupenas
T. #### 1835-1843 Paris
Troupenas
T.M. #### 1844 Paris
Troupenas
E.T. & Cie. #### 1844-1850 Paris
Anton Trutschel A.T. ## Schwerin
U U U
Gebr. Ulbrich U. ### 1899-1911 Berlin
Union Musical Española U.M.F.E. #### 1890s- Madrid
Editura Muzicală a Uniunii Compozitorilor din R.P.R.  ? 1940s?-now? Bucharest Major (at first state-sponsored, one supposes?) Romanian publisher. Published (in some cases republished) very many (thousands?) of works (music & books about?) by Enescu, Rogalski, Wilhelm Georg Berger, Constantinescu, Mihalovici, others. (Sometimes edition nos., does not seem to use plate nos. or prefixes?) Though it seems to have begun before WW2, after the war and before the 1990s it may have been something like the Romanian analogue of Muzgiz and Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne e.g. perhaps? Don't know.
Universal Edition U.E. #### 1901- Vienna
University Society ### - ## New York
Urbanék U. #### Prague
Mojmír Urbanék
M.U. ### 1900–1949 Prague
Edition Mojmír Urbánek
Edition M.U. Prague
V V V
Edoardo De Vasini ### Casale Monferrato
Genesio Venturini #### Florence
Vieweg #### 1877-? Quedlinburg
D. Vismara #### Milan
Voigt #### 1879-1894 Kassel bought by Ries & Erler
W W W
A. Wagner & Levien Sucs. #### L Mexico
John Walsh 1695-1766 London
Carl Warmuth C.W. #### 1851–1908 Christiania (=Oslo)
K.F. Wasenius K.F.W. ## 1888-1907 Helsinki
Wa-Wan Press 1901-1911 Newton Center Acquired by Schirmer in 1912
Eduard Wedl E.W.W.N. ## 1886 Wiener-Neustadt
Weekes 1870-1970 London Acquired by Stainer & Bell in 1960. Weekes & Co. or A. Weekes
Josef Weinberger J.W. ### 1885–present Vienna, Leipzig, London From www.josef-weinberger.com/about.html : Founded by Josef Weinberger in Vienna in 1885. (The London branch is credited in recent years as publisher of symphonies by Malcolm Williamson, new editions of works by York Bowen, among other works.)
Julius Weiss J.W. ### 1850-? Berlin
Jul. & Heinr. Weiss J. & H.W. ### Berlin
Welcker London
Otto Wernthal O.W. ### 1893-at least 1940 Magdeburg, Berlin (1899) Otto Wernthal was a director of Bosworth & Co. from 1892
Wessel & Co. W. & Co. No. #### 1824-1860 London Acquired by Ashdown & Parry in 1860
Wessely & Büsing F.W. ## Wien
F. Wessely
F.W. ## Wien
R.E. Westerlund R.E.W.### 1890s?-1967 Helsinki Acquired by Fazer in 1967
Moritz Westphal ## to 1859 Berlin Acquired by Bote and Bock
Emil Wetzler ### 1882-90 Vienna Acquired by Doblinger in 1890 (HMB shows Wetzler in Prague from 1866)
White, Smith & Co. #### - # 1867–1895? Boston Opened in 1867? as White, Smith and Perry originally. Published magazine The Folio until 1895. Probably became White-Smith Music Company (1891-1980).
Wickins & Co. E.W.Wickins ##### ca. 1885-ca. 1905 London bought by Bosworth
Wiener Philharmonischer Verlag W. Ph. V. ### 1923-1925? Vienna
Wiener Urtext Edition UT ##### 1972- Vienna Founded in 1972 as a joint venture of Schott and Universal
Joseph Williams J.W. ##### London
George Willig 1794-1856 Philadelphia The first music publishing firm in the United States (begun by Moller & Capron in 1793, acquired by Willig Sr. in 1794, bought by former clerks Lee & Walker in 1856.)
Winthrop Rogers W.R. ##### 1898-1943 London Bought by Boosey & Hawkes
M. Witmark & Sons #### 1886-1929 New York
Gebrüder Wolff G.W. ### Wiesbaden, Kreuznach
Heinrich Wolff H. ### W. Wiesbaden
Karl Wolff Musikverlag K. #### W. Dresden-Neustadt
B.F. Wood B.F.W. #### Boston
Lawrence Wright #### 1910 London
Wunderhorn-Verlag #### 1910-1940 Cologne, Munich
Y Y Y
Editions Antoine Ysaÿe A.Y. #### Brussels
Z Z Z
G. Zanibon G. #### Z. 1908- Padua (Milan since 1992) Now part of the Ricordi Group
Ziemssen #### 1875- Danzig
Zschocher #### 1908-54 Leipzig
Jul. Heinrich Zimmermann Z. #### 1876- Leipzig
Carl Zulehner #### ca. 1800-1830 Mainz acquired by B. Schott
G.A. Zumsteeg G.A.Z. #### 1828-1940 Stuttgart Purchased by Sikorski
ZJTC Music ####-##-## Tokyo This rather obscure publisher seems to reprint mainly recent scores (e.g. Bärenreiter).
Zwissler #### 1872- Wolfenbuttel Now Moseler
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