Wurlitzer-Bruck  Music Antiquarians

About Wurlitzer-Bruck

Gene BruckThe firm of Wurlitzer-Bruck started in 1975 as a partnership between Marianne Wurlitzer and the late Gene Bruck (1925-2012). They built up a large stock and loyal clientele in a very personal way, never issuing catalogs or advertising, and gaining customers through word of mouth and professional referrals. Marianne WurlitzerThe business, now run solely by Marianne Wurlitzer after her husband's death, continues in the same manner, with close personal attention to a client's requests and needs. Only a fraction of Wurlitzer-Bruck's extensive and carefully-chosen stock is on the website. Marianne enjoys communicating with clients and is always happy to make direct offers from the stock. The gallery -- which overlooks the Hudson River (near Lincoln Center in Manhattan) -- is by appointment only, with very flexible hours, or by direct contact via the telephone or correspondence. Better still, plan to visit us when in New York!

From the Press

THE NEW YORK TIMES:

"the couple has impressive professional credentials. . . most of the stock reflects their own taste for the fine and the curious." Read Full Article...

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER:

"dealers in the full range of music related items. . . in America Wurlitzer and Bruck are unique."

FORTUNE MAGAZINE:

". . . how easy it is to buy gifts for a musician!"

ANTIQUE MONTHLY:

"If it has anything to do with music, chances are that the Wurlitzer-Brucks either have it or can find it for you. . . the gallery [is] really more like a collection from which one can purchase. There is something here for every taste. . . the research and enthusiasm that accompany every item are an integral part. . ."

TOWN & COUNTRY:

". . . and they love what they do -- which is buy, sell and appraise anything rare or antiquarian that has to do with music."