Éditions Alphonse Leduc is a classical music publishing house, which is known for instrumental publications, both solo and chamber. Alphonse Leduc continues its tradition begun in 1841, emphasizing print quality, maintaining careful editorial work, and publishing music of the finest composers. Éditions Heugel has made its mark on the history of French music publishing in the 19th and 20th centuries. Éditions Hamelle is known for its opera catalog, but also publishes a wide variety of instrumental and vocal music. Founded in 1877, Éditions Hamelle represents some of the finest French music, including music by Gabriel Fauré, Édouard Lalo, Vincent d’Indy, Gabriel Pierné, Camille Saint-Saëns, César Franck, and Charles-Marie Widor.