Viennese family of music publishers.
Anton Spina (1790-1857) started to work with the publisher A. Diabelli in 1824. He handled the commercial part whereas Diabelli cared for the artistic part of the company. In 1850, Carl Anton Spina (1827-1906), son of Anton, became part of the firm as a third associate and soon led the company on his own after the resignment of his father and Diabelli in 1851. In 1872, Friedrich Schreiber acquired the Spina company who merged with the publisher August Cranz in 1876. Cranz then became the only owner in 1879.
Friedrich Joseph Spina (1791-1836), brother of Anton, published some of his own compositions in Vienna.
Imprints, Addresses, Agencies
- 1824-1851: A. Diabelli & Comp.
- 1851-ca.1870 : Wien, C.A. Spina, Verlags- u. Kunsthandlung
- ca. 1870-1872: C.A. Spinas Nachfolger
Spina's plate numbers were issued in a regular chronological fashion. Plate numbers are in the format of C.S. ####. Dates in italics are estimated.
|9440||Ernst||Grand Caprice sur 'Le Roi des Aulnes' de Franz Schubert, Op.26||1854|
|10410||Schubert||String Quartet No.13, D.804||1855|
|18146||Strauss Jr.||Studentenlust Walzer, Op.285 (piano solo)||1864|
|22076||Rubinstein||Piano Concerto No.2, Op.35||1873|
|22443||Schubert||Sonata for Piano Duet, D.812 (orch. by Joachim, full score)||1873|
- Deutsch, Otto. Musikverlagsnummern. Berlin: Merseburger, 1961.
- Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart. 2., neu bearb. Ausg. ed. Ludwig Finscher. Kassel: Bärenreiter, Stuttgart: Metzler 2006. Personenteil Bd. 15, S.1183
- (Spina, Carl A. 1827-1906)
- (C. A. Spina)