Naxos’ catalogue is very varied. The collection stretches from early music to contemporary classical music. Despite their seemingly endless collection, Naxos tries to avoid duplication of their repertoire as much as possible. That's the reason their classical collection has broadened so much, by including fringe works, such as contemporary classical music, symphonies of Nikolai Myaskovsky, works by lesser-known composers, including Alexander Glazunov and Louis Spohr. They've also produced series of little-recorded compositions, such as the American Classics series, Canadian Classics, Japanese classical music, Jewish-American, wind band, film music and early music. Many of these releases are premiere recordings. Besides Naxos’ own catalogue, the label serves as a widely known distribution network. Thanks to the label’s own success, many prominent labels began to seek distribution through the Naxos network, called Naxos Global Logistics, founded in 2008 and based in Germany.