Accord (French record label)

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Accord is a French classical record label, and the main classical imprint of Universal Music France.[1] The brand originally belonged in France to Musidisc, founded in 1995, which incorporated the labels Accord, Adès, Disc AZ, Adda, Vega, Le Club Français du Disque, Sofrason. When Polygram acquired Musidisc in 1999 it began to use the label Accord for releases of Decca France, and for the Euterp series of the Orchestra of Montpellier.[2]

For the Polish label CD Accord see Accord (Polish record label)

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  1. ^ ACCORD Brand Information - UNIVERSAL MUSIC ...www.trademarkia.com/accord-73215659.html "This is a brand page for the ACCORD trademark by UNIVERSAL MUSIC FRANCE S.A.S. in PARIS, , 75005"
  2. ^ Qobuz - Accord "Fondée en 1955, la maison Musidisc a regroupé au cours des années les labels Accord, Adès, Decca France, Disc AZ, Adda, Vega, Le Club Français du Disque, Sofrason. Après son rachat en 1999, Universal France exploite et développe son riche catalogue classique sous la marque Accord."

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