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German publishing house, based in Munich, founded by Georg Müller (1877–1917).

Within the space of only fifteen years, Müller produced some 1,600 books and employed notable book designers (from 1907 in particular the typographer Paul Renner). His firm is counted among the first German publishing houses promoting high culture to a mass market, alongside Samuel Fischer, Eugen Diderichs, and Albert Langen. The firm merged with the Albert Langen Verlag in 1931.

The Georg Müller Verlag published August Halm’s Von zwei Kulturen der Musik (1913), Die Symphonie Anton Bruckners (1914), and Von Grenzen und Ländern der Musik: gesammelte Aufsätze (1916).


  • Wikipedia ("Georg Müller (Verleger)")
  • Hall, Murray G., Österreichische Verlagsgeschichte 1918-1938, vol. I (Vienna: Böhlau, 1985)


  • Marko Deisinger

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