Irving and Alexander Broude founded the firm in 1929. Much of what the company issues is reprint, but it also publishes Monuments of Music and Music Literature in Facsimile, which is full of important source material. Babbitt, Bloch, and Messiaen are represented by them. The firm is currently operated by Ronald Broude, the son of Irving. In 1954, Alexander split off from the firm to found his own company; Ruth Crawford and Dallapiccola are represented.
In 2016 Broude Brothers announced that they were withdrawing from the reprint business:
Quoted from email@example.com, March 4, 2016.
According to the 2017, the actual operation of the retail business was transferred to the California retailer, Theordore Front Musical Literature, while the rental and wholesale side of the operation was taken over by C.F. Peters of New York. The Broude Trust for the Publication of Musicological Editions continues in operation under the management of the Broude family.
|B.B.47||Tchaikovsky||The Nutcracker (ballet), Op.71||1951|
|B.B.59||Tchaikovsky||Swan Lake (ballet), Op.20||1951|
|B.B.97||Scriabin||Piano Concerto, Op.20|
|B.B.123||Haydn||Cello Concerto, Hob.VIIb:2, D Major|
|B.B.953||Costeley||D’ou vient que ce beau tems||1963|
|B.B.953||Costeley||Elle craint l’esperon||1963|
|B.B.953||Costeley||Allez mes premieres amours||1963|
|B.B.953||Costeley||Mignonne, allon voir si la roze||1963|
|B.B.953||Costeley||Chassons ennuy et toute desplaisance||1963|
|B.B.953||Costeley||L’ennuy, le dueil, la peine et le martyre||1963|
|B.B.953||Costeley||Noblesse gist au coeur du vertueux||1963|
|B.B.953||Costeley||Perrette, disoit Jehan||1963|
|B.B.2004||Bloch||Suite No.2 for Solo Cello, B.92||1957|
|B.B.2025||Bloch||Suite No.3 for Solo Cello, B.95||1958|
|B.B.2037||Bloch||Suite No.1 for Solo Violin, B.97||1959|
|B.B.2038||Bloch||Suite No.2 for Solo Violin, B.98||1959|