Harmonia Mundi

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Harmonia Mundi
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Parent company PIAS Entertainment Group
Founded 1958 (1958)
Founder Bernard Coutaz
Genre Classical, jazz, world
Country of origin France
Location Arles
Official website www.harmoniamundi.com

Harmonia Mundi is an independent record label founded in Paris, France, in 1958 by Bernard Coutaz. In 1986 Harmonia Mundi (France) moved to Arles, France.

The label's catalogue is devoted to classical music, jazz, and world music (on the World Village label). Harmonia Mundi (US) is a branch of Harmonia Mundi (France). There are also operations in the United Kingdom and in Spain.

The label was acquired by PIAS Entertainment Group in September 2015.[1]

The Latin phrase harmonia mundi means "world harmony".

The classical label Deutsche Harmonia Mundi is not related to Harmonia Mundi (France) and belongs to Sony BMG.

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