Max Abraham (publisher)
Born in Danzig, Abraham became a partner in the C.F. Peters publishing house in 1863, and took over as its sole proprietor in 1880. He founded its Edition Peters, and was succeeded as head of the firm by his nephew, Henri Hinrichsen. He died in Leipzig.
- Nicolas Slonimsky, ed. (1958). "Abraham, Max". Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians (5th ed.). p. 4.
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