Harmonia Mundi

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Harmonia Mundi France (Latin for "world harmony") is an independent French music label , which was founded in 1958 in Arles in the south of France by Bernard Coutaz (1922-2010). The range mainly includes classical music and through the sub-label World Village also world music . The label also has an American section. Harmonia Mundi France should not be confused with the early music label Deutsche Harmonia Mundi , which was founded in Freiburg im Breisgau in the same year by Rudolf Ruby (1927–2014) and which is now part of Sony Music Entertainment is.

Bernard Coutaz's successor, who died on February 26, 2010 in Arles, is his widow Eva Coutaz .

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Individual evidence

  1. Nicholas Anderson: Harmonia Mundi at 50 . Oxford University Press, November 2008, pp. 617-620 (English) JSTOR 27655259
  2. Bernard Coutaz passed away . Klassik.com, March 2, 2010