Theodore Presser Music Publishing Company

Arnold Broido was an industry treasure! The man had sophistication and charm as abundantly as he had energy and ideas! Having worked in nearly every level of the music publishing industry, Arnold gained the respect of his peers and the confidence of songwriters such as Frank Loesser. He began his...
Thomas Broido recalls being carried by his father as he walked in the music publishers’ warehouses to check on business.  He remembers the smell of the ink and the smiles that would greet his father by the employees.  His father, Arnold Broido, was the president of Theodore Presser Music Publishing...
Daniel Dorff has been heavily involved in the music publishing industry for most of his professional life. He has worked for the Theodore Presser Company in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, since 1985. He worked side-by-side Arnold Broido who was an iconic figure in copyright and music advocacy that...
Walter Ehret was the music arrangers’ equivalent to Mel Blanc – the man with a thousand voices. Walter was the man with a thousand pseudonyms. Under his various names, he arranged for most of the major publishers over a career that spanned over 50 years. His work was mostly centered around...
George Hotton spent over 35 years at the Theodore Presser music publishing company. In 1966, George first worked at the publisher’s retail store in downtown Philadelphia. He later was promoted to salesman and then sales manager, traveling the country calling on dealers from coast to coast. George...