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Decca Label Group

Decca Label Group is Universal Music Group's classical music record label group based in the United States - in addition to new releases, it also manages the vast classical back catalog of UMG (through the various labels that make up the group). The Decca Label Group comprises two divisions: Universal Musical Classical and the American operations of Decca Records. In 2005, Universal Classics Group was named 3[1] on Billboard's Top Classical Crossover Label and 2[2] on Billboard's Top Classical Label.

Although the group's primary focus is Western classical music, it also has subsidiaries dealing with jazz and musical theater. The main Decca label also issues some pop and country releases.

Universal Music Classical

Decca Records

References

  1. ^ Top Classical Crossover Labels, Billboard Vol. 117 Issue 52. Dec. 2005: 67
  2. ^ Top Classical Labels, Billboard Vol. 117 Issue 52. Dec. 2005: 67

See also

Similar sub-divisions of rival companies:

External links

  • Official Decca Label Group site
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