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Exhibitors & Products

9 exhibitors found

AMA Verlag GmbH

In addition to classical sheet music and method books, AMA also specialized in method books for rock, pop and jazz. The majority of the books come with CDs.

Breitkopf & Härtel KG

Breitkopf & Haertel, founded 1719 in Leipzig, is the world’s oldest music publishing house and still today one of the most important publishing houses for classical music.

Carus-Verlag GmbH & Co. KG

Carus-Verlag is one of the leading publishers for choral music worldwide. Our repertoire contains over 25.000 modern Urtext editions of the most important European composers.

G. Henle Verlag

Noted world-wide for their blue Urtext editions as a standard of quality. The catalogue covers the important repertoire of classical piano music, chamber music and piano.

Friedrich Hofmeister Musikverlag GmbH

Sheet music for all instruments from one of the oldest German music publishers and fine string instruments from the master violin shop Klaus Ludwig Clement.

Moeck Musikinstrumente + Verlag GmbH

MOECK - fine wooden recorders made in Germany. Instruments for beginners, students and professionals, for ensemble playing and solo recitals. Sheet music for recorder, books.

Schott Music GmbH & Co. KG

Founded in Mainz, Germany in 1770, Schott Music is today a leading music publisher of print products. Our products include sheet music, children music books and many others.

SIKORSKI Music Publishers

Classical and contemporary music, serious and entertainment music, music from all over the world, sheet music for all instruments

Wiener Urtext Edition GesmbH & Co. KG

The Wiener Urtext Edition has, with its superbly researched and prepared editions, made a name for itself as a publisher of scholarly and informative urtext editions.

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