Counterpoint Records

Counterpoint Records

43 North Broadway via acquisition owns exclusive worldwide copyrights to Counterpoint Records.

American label, originally established in 1949 as Esoteric by Bill Fox and Jerry Newman. In 1957 the label changed its name to Counterpoint, due to the increased emphasis on pop, jazz, and classical. The label was sold to Eichler Record Corporation in 1960. In 1963 the label and its catalog was sold to Everest Record Group, and the label was named Counterpoint / Esoteric Records.


  • Baroque Music Concert
  • Mozart Oboe Concerto In C Major
  • Children's Songs
  • Christmas
  • Bartok
  • Kodalay Sonata for Cello Alone
  • Sacred Music of Palestrina
  • Aldo Parisot
  • Flamenco
  • Flemish Choral Music
  • French Woodwind Music
  • Madrigals And Instrumental Music
  • Sounds of Genius
  • Handel
  • Haydn
  • 6 Themes and Variations for Flute and Piano

Top Songs

  • 900 Miles from Home
  • April in Paris
  • Autumn in New York
  • Deed I Do
  • Isn't It Romantic