Music & Arts

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Music & Arts is an American record label based out of Berkeley, California.

Music & Arts is a daughter company of Music and Arts Programs of America, which was formed in Berkeley by Frederick J. Maroth in 1984. The label began as a classical music reissue label, and began releasing new and classic jazz recordings in 1989. They have released transcription broadcasts by Art Tatum, Nat King Cole, and Duke Ellington, in addition to more than 70 new releases, mostly in the avant-garde vein, from jazz musicians. The label also continues to reissue classical recordings of historical interest. It is distributed by King Records in Japan.

Artists who released new material on Music & Arts[edit]

References[edit]

  • Gary W. Kennedy, "Music & Arts". Grove Jazz online.