Otto Junne

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History

This firm was founded in Leipzig in 1887 by Otto Junne (1854–1935). Subsequently, it took over the publications of Theodore Barth and smaller firms along with the German representation of Durand, according to Daniel Gregory Mason, The Art of Music: A dictionary-index of musicians.

Later, Erhard Schultz entered the firm in 1905, becoming sole owner in 1909. Junne, for his part, had purchased Schott in 1889 (and according to Mason, the Leipzig branch of Junne, as of 1917, called itself a branch of Schott frères.)

As noted in Hans Fährmann (Wikipedia), Junne's family died during the bombing of Leipzig in 1943, and much of his publishing work, including very many of the plates, were destroyed.

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

  • Junne
  • O.Junne
  • Otto Junne

Plate Numbers

Plate Composer Work Year

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16 (no O.J.) Fährmann Organ Sonata No.7, Op.25 1904
4010-4011 Hubay 2 Compositions, Op.37 1893
4012 Hubay 2 Morceaux, Op.38 1893
4044 Schütt 3 Intermèdes, Op.40 1893
4073 Philips Piano Trio No.2, Op.28 1894
4080 Smulders, Carl Violin Sonata in D minor 1895
4098 Becker 2 Morceaux for violin and piano, Op.8 1895
4099 Dreyschock Andante religioso, Op.28 (arr. for viola and piano) 1894
4118 Romberg, Bernhard Rondoletto for cello and strings, Op.21 (arr. vc/pf by Jacobowsky) 1897
4145 Foerster Amarus, Melodrama for Narrator and Piano, Op.30a (German vers.) 1898
4147 Foerster String Quartet No.1 in E major, Op.15 1898
4311 Jentsch Violin Sonata, Op.23 1905
4430 Ertel Hero und Leander, Op.20 (f.s.) 1908
5619 Reger 4 Piano Pieces 1920

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