New World Records
New World Records is an American record label.
Headquartered in New York City label New World Records was founded in 1975 and specializes in music of the United States. It was established in 1975 with support from the Rockefeller Foundation, as an existing 100 LPs Recorded Anthology Of American Music was produced, which presented 200 years of American music. Since then appeared on the label over 400 albums from different musical areas, such as traditional music, jazz, classical music, popular songs and experimental music. The appearing on New World artists include Muhal Richard Abrams, ARTE Quartett, Milton Babbitt, Tim Berne, Elliott Carter, Alvin Curran, Marty Ehrlich, Morton Feldman, Ben Johnston, Steve Kuhn, Anne LeBaron, Butch Morris, James Newton, Bern Nix Harry Partch, Ned Rothenberg, Gunther Schuller, Cecil Taylor and Paul Martin Zonn.
Awarded the Grammy Award recording of Samuel Barber's opera Antony and Cleopatra (1984 ) were, by Leonard Bernstein's operetta Candide (1986) and Ned Rorem's String Symphony Symphonic Poems / Sunday Morning / Eagles (1989).
Composers Recordings sublabel are Inc. ( CRI) and Counter Currents.