The name Urbánek refers to two different publishing houses, the managers of which were family members. In 1872 František Augustin Urbánek established his publishing firm in Prague, which changed name to F.A. Urbánek a synové in 1913 when his sons Frantisek and Vladimir became partners. The firm was nationalised in 1949 (see Supraphon).
Mojmír Urbánek, a son of František, started his own music publishing firm in 1900, bearing the same fate of his father's firm in 1949.
F.A. Urbánek and Sons
|M.U.41||Ondříček||Scherzo Capriccioso, Op.18||1900|
|M.U.119||Novák||Slovak Suite, Op.32||1911|
|M.U.197||Foerster, J.B.||Cello Sonata, Op.45||1905|
|M.U.452||Slavík||Violin Concerto No.1 (arr.vn/pf by Ondříček)||1906|
|M.U.964–967||Fibich||Moods, Impressions, and Souvenirs, Op.44|
|M.U. 1100||Smetana||Czech Dances II, JB 1:114||1918|
|M.U. 1367||Suk||Vesnická serenáda (Selva ed.)||1922|
|M.U. 1387/1421||Smetana||Czech Dances I, JB 1:107 (full score)||1923|
|M.U. 1387/1422||Smetana||Czech Dances I, JB 1:107 (no.3 full score)||1923|
- (Fr. A. Urbánek (Praga))
- (Fr. A. Urbánek (nakladatelství))
- (Nakladatelství Mojmíra Urbánka)
- (Nakladeltství Fr. A. Urbánek (Prag))