|Founder||Ward Botsford, Marvin Reiss|
|Country of origin||U.S.|
|Location||New York City|
|Official website|| www|
Arabesque Records is an American record company and label specializing in jazz and classical music.
It was founded by Caedmon Audio as a classical music label. In 1988 it was bought by Ward Botsford and Marvin Reiss, becoming an independent label, and in 1992 added jazz to its production, with early releases by Craig Handy and Carmen Lundy. Its catalogue grew to include Jane Ira Bloom, Thomas Chapin, Dave Douglas, Art Farmer, Billy Hart, Myra Melford, and Charles McPherson, and Horace Tapscott.
|Catalogue No: AJO||Artist||Album|
|101||Craig Handy||Split Second Timing|
|102||Carmen Lundy||Moment to Moment|
|103||8 Bold Souls||Sideshow|
|104||Leandro Braga||E Por Que Nao? (And Why Not?)|
|107||Jane Ira Bloom||Art and Aviation|
|108||String Trio of New York||Intermobility|
|109||Craig Handy||Introducing Three for All + One|
|110||Thomas Chapin||I've Got Your Number|
|112||Art Farmer & Tom Harrell||The Company I Keep|
|113||Charles McPherson||First Flight Out|
|114||8 Bold Souls||Ant Farm|
|115||Thomas Chapin||You Don't Know Me|
|116||Barry Finnerty||Straight Ahead|
|117||Charles McPherson||Come Play with Me|
|118||Art Farmer||The Meaning of Art|
|119||Horace Tapscott||Aiee! The Phantom|
|120||Jane Ira Bloom||The Nearness|
|123||Bert Wilson||Endless Fingers|
|124||Frank Foster||Leo Rising|
|126||Dave Douglas||Tiny Bell Trio: Live in Europe|
|127||Marlon Jordan||Marlon's Mode|
|128||Horace Tapscott||Thoughts of Dar es Salaam|
|129||Billy Hart||Oceans of Time|
|130||Art Farmer||Silk Road|
|133||Lost Tribe||Many Lifetimes|
|134||Charles McPherson||Manhattan Nocturne|
|135||Jack Wilkins||Trio Art|
|136||Adrienne Wilson||She's Dangerous|
|137||Justin Robinson||The Challenge|
|138||Patrick Zimmerli||Twelve Sacred Dances|
|139||Dave Douglas||Magic Triangle|
|140||Marc Cary||The Antidote|
|142||Myra Melford||Above Blue|
|143||Norman Hedman||One Step Closer|
|144||Jane Ira Bloom||The Red Quartets|
|145||Dave Douglas||Leap of Faith|
|146||Ted Nash||Rhyme & Reason|
|147||Myra Melford||Dance Beyond the Color|
|149||Bobby Sanabria||Live & In Clave!!|
|151||Donny McCaslin||Seen from Above|
|152||Scott Colley||The Magic Line|
|154||Myra Melford & Marty Ehrlich||Yet Can Spring|
|155||Jane Ira Bloom||Sometimes the Magic|
|156||Ted Nash||Sidewalk Meeting|
|158||Jane Ira Bloom||Chasing Paint|
|159||Myra Melford||Where the Two Worlds Touch|
|160||Donny McCaslin||The Way Through|
|166||Rez Abbasi||Snake Charmer|
|180||Steve Wiest Big Band||Excalibur|
|189||Steve Wiest||Out of the New|
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