Publishing Imprints

The Lorenz Corporation is the business umbrella over numerous vibrant publishing companies. Read on to learn more about the focus of each active imprint, or if you're researching older publications, visit the complete list of copyrights that The Lorenz Corporation controls.



Dedicated to serving today's church musicians, Lorenz publishes music and resources in support of many worship traditions and styles. You'll find a range of choral, vocal, keyboard, handbell, brass, woodwind, and string publications in this extensive catalog that is designed to facilitate your music ministry, no matter its size or scope.


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Lloyd Larson
Larry Shackley
Mary McDonald


Lloyd Larson


Larry Shackley
Carson Cooman

Lillenas Publishing Company

Lillenas Publishing Company provides worship resources for the local church. Serving more than 50,000 churches around the world, Lillenas is one of the most powerful brands in Christian music. For more than eighty-five years, the company has provided a wide range of top quality, easy-to-use, current, and affordable music. The Lorenz Corporation develops and distributes the Lillenas keyboard, vocal, and instrumental catalogs.


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Lloyd Larson, Editor



Medallion Music

Medallion Music, The Lorenz Corporation's newest imprint, offers worship songs and anthems showcasing the considerable talents of Jay Rouse, Mary McDonald, Rose Aspinall, and others. Orchestrations from Camp Kirkland and Richard Kingsmore complement the music's contemporary worship focus and powerful appeal to church musicians from many traditions and denominations.


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Jay Rouse, Editor

The Sacred Music Press

The Sacred Music Press provides distinguished organ and choral music to enrich and deepen the worship and recital endeavors of church musicians. Leading composers of the present day are featured in the catalog, which includes a mix of both hymn-based and original compositions. Since 1963, The Sacred Music Press has been a source for music of impeccable craft and imagination that continues to be enjoyed by congregations and musicians alike.


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Carson Cooman, Organ and Choral Editor

Heritage Music Press

Heritage Music Press provides comprehensive resources for K–12 music education—from elementary lesson collections to advanced high school choral repertoire. Choral arrangements in this imprint comprise a large variety of styles and voicings to help singers at all levels develop a high level of musicality. For the earliest levels of music education, Heritage Music Press provides resources that include lesson plan books, reproducible activities, Orff resources, musicals, and more. Founded in 1968, Heritage Music Press continues to resonate with educators because of a commitment to bringing music into the lives of young people in a meaningful way, encouraging a lifelong love of music.


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Douglas E. Wagner
Mark Burrows




Exclusive Distributorships

The Lorenz Corporation is proud to print and distribute for several other music publishing companies. Learn more about them below and explore their offerings. 

Established in 1954, the American Guild of English Handbell Ringers grew out of the previously established New England Guild of English Handbell Ringers. In 2010, AGEHR became Handbell Musicians of America. Its primary objectives are to educate, promote the exchange of ideas relating to handbell and handchime ringing, and sponsor educational activities. Our membership of approximately 7,000 includes mostly directors of handbell or handchime choirs. The Guild is divided into 12 two- to five-state areas, which are further divided into individual state and district units. Members of the the Handbell Musicians of America seek to carry out the motto, “Uniting People through a Musical Art.” AGEHR is also a regular publisher of handbell music by the best established and rising composers as well as many resource books covering ringing techniques, conducting skills, and education.


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The year was 1990. Barbara Harlow had taken an early retirement from her position as choral director at Santa Barbara City College. Called back to teach a music theory class when the regular teacher became ill, she found herself teaching the students how to write a choral composition. A published composer, now in the theory classroom doing what she loved to do, she focused on a passion that had been on the back burner for many years—starting a publishing company specializing in choral music. The company has continued its vision of nurturing the choral art with the publication of numerous resources all aimed at making the choral director's job more productive.


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