Leading sheet music publisher and distributor Hal Leonard Europe has today announced that with immediate effect it will begin distributing the Editions Musica Ferrum (EMF) catalogue of sheet music worldwide.
The addition of EMF’s music to its distribution ensures Hal Leonard Europe continues to grow its catalogue of educational resources and contemporary classical repertoire, maintaining its leading position in the market. With an increasing representation of piano repertoire included on the leading graded exam syllabuses, and an impressive list of key composers, EMF is a fast-growing publishing brand focused on bringing fascinating and accessible works to musicians.
“Editions Musica Ferrum is delighted to announce exclusive worldwide distribution with the most important distributor in the world, Hal Leonard. Our works, including Ben Crosland’s Bean series, Alison Mathews’ Treasure Trove and Doodles, Nikolas Sideris’ Fairyland in Treble, and the prestigious 250 piano pieces for Beethoven project by Susanne Kessel, will now be available in your local music retail store. It’s an exciting new opportunity for us and we’re looking forward to exploring it.”Nikolas Sideris, Founder and Owner of Editions Musica Ferrum.
“We’re pleased to partner with Nikolas and Editions Musica Ferrum, adding further depth to our catalogue of educational and contemporary classical music. Having been a wholesaler and retailer of EMF publications for some years, it was a logical choice for us to step up our distribution. We look forward to ensuring customers all over the world have easy access to the EMF catalogue through our multiple retail and online trade sales channels.”Oliver Winstone, Sales Manager – Education for Hal Leonard Europe.
About Editions Musica Ferrum
Editions Musica Ferrum was founded in Greece by award-winning composer and performer Nikolas Sideris with the intention of funding interesting composers and publishing fascinating and accessible works for piano. Moving to the UK in 2015, the publisher’s reputation has grown to the point that EMF titles are now regularly included on exam syllabus lists. Having published the works of nearly 300 contemporary composers, it is considered the go-to publisher for modern composers for the piano.