|By Marketwired .||
|January 8, 2014 12:20 PM EST||
FRANKLIN, TN -- (Marketwired) -- 01/08/14 -- This month, Naxos of America, Inc. will welcome four new labels into their distribution family. These labels are based all over the world and include repertoire from historic classical and opera recordings to music by today's Swiss composers.
Archipel is under the Gebhardt family of labels, offering historical recordings at a wonderful price.
Andromeda is a label also under the Gebhardt umbrella, which focuses on concert and opera boxes at a budget price with excellent quality.
Fondamenta prides itself on the freedom of choice -- a freedom which it then grants to its featured artists. The label boasts recordings from inspiring settings and venues with outstanding acoustics, including the famous Salle Gaveau in Paris.
Musiques Suisses is the leading label for Swiss classics. The sub-label Grammont Portrait by the Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Förderung schweizerischer Musik concentrates exclusively on new music and features composers and interpreters. The series Neue Volksmusik (new folk music) is dedicated to the innovative examination of traditional Swiss music.
In addition to being an award-winning classical label, Naxos of America is the #1 independent classical music distributor in the U.S. and Canada. Specializing in state-of-the-art distribution, marketing and promotion, Naxos of America distributes nearly 50,000 titles on CD and DVD to traditional brick and mortar retail, as well as offering a comprehensive suite of services tailored to consumer direct fulfillment. Naxos of America is also the largest digital distributor of independent classical music, supplying a catalog of over 50,000 albums to hundreds of digital download and mobile outlets worldwide. Naxos of America offers marketing, e-marketing, publicity, e-publicity, physical and digital e-commerce services, licensing opportunities, streaming services, sales and customer service for all new releases and active catalog titles of Naxos Records and more than 400 distributed labels.