HOLLITZER Verlag is a Viennese publishing house specializing in academic publications in the fields of musicology, theatre studies and cultural history. HOLLITZER Verlag has published high-quality academic books – monographs, anthologies, series, sheet music editions, journals – since 2011.
In 2015, Mille Tre Publishers was taken over, further developing the key area of musicology. Since then the musicological book series Musikkontext, Ertr?ge der Lehre as well as Anklaenge have been published.
Another successful expansion was achieved in 2016 with the acquisition of ten series from the German publisher Schneider, Tutzing. The following academic musicological series have since been published by HOLLITZER: Eisenst?dter Haydn-Berichte ('Eisenstadt Haydn Bulletins'), Mozart Studien ('Mozart Studies'), Richard Strauss Jahrbuch ('The Richard Strauss Almanac') , Strauss-Elementar-Verzeichnis ('The Strauss Elementary Catalogue'), Strauss-Allianz-Verzeichnis ('The Strauss Alliance Catalogue'), Schriftenreihe zur Musik der Wienbibliothek ('Music Series of the Vienna Library'), Publikationen des Instituts für ?sterreichische Musikdokumentation ('Publications of the Institute for Austrian Music Documentation'), Studien zur Musikwisssenschaft – Beihefte der Denkm?ler der Tonkunst in ?sterreich ('Studies on Musicology – Supplements of Monuments of Fine Austrian Music’) , Wiener Forum für ?ltere Musikgeschichte ('Viennese Forum for Early Music History') and Wiener Ver?ffentlichungen zur Musikwissenschaft ('Viennese Publications on Musicology').
In 2016 HOLLITZER started to publish outstanding sheet music editions. The Johann Joseph Fux – Werke, edited by the Institute of Art and Musicology at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, is a critical-historical edition of the works of the most important Austrian composer of the Baroque era. Fux’s extensive oeuvre has now been made accessible and reliable for both research and performance. Newly founded in 2015 and published at Hollitzer Verlag, the Fux edition is at present one of the largest editorial projects on Baroque music.
Since 2018 HOLLITZER has produced the Denkm?ler der Tonkunst in ?sterreich ('Monuments of Fine Austrian Music'), founded in 1893 by Guido Adler and being the “oldest series today to exist dedicated to conserving musical monuments”.