Big 3 Music Corporation
- Frances Barulich
Firm of music publishers. It was formed in 1939 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, which acquired three major publishers of popular music, Robbins Music Corporation, Leo Feist, Inc., and Miller Music, in order to gain control of copyrights for music used in films. The resulting company, the Big 3 Music Corporation, expanded its catalog with popular music, film scores, and television theme music; among its successes were “You don’t have to say you love me...