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Harmonia Mundi

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Described by the New York Times as “one of Europe’s finest independent record companies”, harmonia mundi’s origins date back half a century when, in 1958, a French journalist with connections to the book trade, Bernard Coutaz, decided to found his own publishing house for music. A year later the label had released its first recording, Chants From The Slavonic Liturgy.

These days Harmonia Mundi attracts some of the finest artists and releases about sixty records each year, covering all repertoires, from early music to the compositions of the 21st century.


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