Music De Wolfe

1909 - 1990s

Library music publisher and label established by the De Wolfe family in 1909. De Wolfe began its commercial recorded library in 1927 establishing a vast archive of authentic recordings, sound effects and music. From the 1950's through to the 1990's many specially commissioned recordings were published as records as auditioning copies. These releases were never intended for commercial sale.

Many records were manufactured in the Dureco factory, in Weesp, Holland, and shipped to the UK in inner sleeve only. There the covers were added. Those releases feature "made in Holland" (and sometimes "Stemra" as the rights society), combined with an English printing company.

Source: Discogs

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