Auguste Zurfluh was essentially a music publisher, especially for learning the guitar. Auguste Zurfluh is a former publishing house founded in 1909 by guitarist of the Opéra-Comique, taking up the Pégat funds. Its aim was to "bring music to everyone." Since the early twentieth century, Editions Auguste Zurfluh have published numerous music education books. At the same time the house has developed a music library catalog (thoughts, biographies, musical analysis) and a large catalog for recorder. Since 1998, the house had turned to contemporary music by editing the works of Bernard Vienna and Max Méreaux.