Morty And Iris Manus Receive MTNA Achievement Award

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Alfred Music Publishing heads Morty and Iris Manus were honored with the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Achievement Award at the Awards Brunch during the 2013 MTNA National Conference in March. The MTNA Achievement Award is the organization’s highest honor, bestowed upon individuals who have made significant and lasting contributions to the music teaching profession.

As president of Alfred Music Publishing, Morty has watched the company grow from a small importer of music for silent films under his father, Sam Manus, to the largest educational music publisher in the world with more than 90,000 active print, DVD, audio CD, enhanced CD, software and Blu-ray titles in international circulation. The company is made of composers and authors, as well as staff members in seven offices worldwide. Alfred publishes a variety of music genres for all levels of difficulty, from novice to expert. The styles include educational, reference, pop and performance pieces for teachers, students, hobbyists and performers.

His wife Iris is vice president and executive producer of Alfred. She began work on a full-time basis in the late 1960s as executive producer and a member of upper management.

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