According to Musical Instrument Professional, leading sheet music publisher Music Sales has concluded an exclusive print deal with LED ZEPPELIN. The pan-European deal, which includes digital print rights, will result in a comprehensive re-release of the band's entire catalogue in a wide range of print and online formats. Music Sales will promote and distribute throughout the music trade as well as through its own retail and online outlets.Music Sales' chief operating officer Chris Butler said: "Music Sales is delighted to have the opportunity — for the first time — to be print music publishers for what is one of the world's truly iconic bands." A spokesperson for LED ZEPPELIN said: "We recognized that Music Sales had both the experience and the scale of operations to do full justice to publishing this classic material right across Europe." Read the entire article from Musical Instrument Professional.
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