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Europa is a German budget record label, which belonged to the Miller International Records Company, Quickborn (Germany), (sold in 1969 to Music Corporation of America) and, among other things, made very successful radio plays for children and young people. Today the label belongs to Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG). American ex-patriate David L. Miller, founder of Europa, is best known outside of Germany for creating 101 Strings.




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