Music publishing firm operating in Paris in the 1870s and 1880s, possibly founded by Louis Jouve (1814-1896).
"Jouve" on cover pages of earlier scores (e.g. from the 1820s) could be a Parisian publisher Hentz or Heintz Jouve, according to the Bibliographie de la France.
Jouve's plate numbers were issued in chronological order in two formats, either L.L.J. ### or L.J. ###. Some editions were also given special plate numbers based on the composer's initials. Dates in italics are estimated.
|5||Dihau||Orchestre-valse (arr. piano)||1878|
|9||Lamothe||En palanquin, Op.206||1878|
|18||Hitz||Lise et Thomas, Op.299||1879|
|54||Bachmann||Valse des rêves||1880|