Music Compositions & Arranging

Hal Leonard

Founded in 1947, Hal Leonard is the world’s largest educational music publisher, with the #1 methods for learning guitar (the Hal Leonard Guitar Method), piano (the Faber Piano Adventures Method), and school music instruments (Essential Elements for Band and Strings), plus publications for learning virtually every instrument imaginable. In its catalog of more than 220,000 available titles, Hal Leonard represents many of the world’s best known and most respected publishers, artists, songwriters, arrangers and musical instrument manufacturers. Hal Leonard is headquartered in Milwaukee, WI, and also has domestic offices in Winona, MN, and Boston; with offices abroad in Australia, Belgium, China, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Hal Leonard distributes the products of many other publishers, including: Boosey & Hawkes, Berklee Press, Fred Bock, Centerstream Publications, Cherry Lane Music, Durand, DeHaske, Faber Piano Adventures, G. Schirmer, Henle Urtext Editions, Hinshaw, Homespun Tapes, Meredith Music, Musicians Institute Press, Pavane, Peermusic Classical, Ricordi, Rock House, Rubank, Salabert, Schott Music, Shawnee Press, Stephenson Music, String Letter Publishing, Walton Irish Music, Willis Music, and others. Hal Leonard is also proud to distribute a wide variety of technology products and gear from manufacturers including: Avid, Apogee, Augustine Strings, Blue Microphones, Cordial Cables, Flight, Gibraltar, Gretsch Drums, IK Multimedia, KAT, Levy's Leathers, Line 6, Loog, Michael Kelly Guitars, Mighty Bright, MXL, Paiste, PreSonus, Remo, Samson, Snark, TASCAM, Tycoon, Vater, Warm Audio, and more.
PO Box 13819
Milwaukee, WI 53213
Contact: Trish Dulka, VP Communications/Advertisiing
P: (414) 774-3630
Publishing / Teaching Resources: Hinshaw, Fred Bock, Pavane, DeHaske, Meredith Music, Stephenson Music
Music Compositions & Arranging:
Relevance: Jazz, Band & Orchestra, Choral


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