Klarinet Archive - Posting 000038.txt from 1998/04
From: Bill Hausmann <bhausman@-----.com>
Subj: Re: Copyright infringement, was Re: urgent plea
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 1998 17:48:34 -0500
At 07:55 AM 4/1/98 -0700, Joshua Coleman wrote:
>On Wed, 1 Apr 1998, Roger Garrett wrote:
>> Some people confuse Library and Educational Use with Performance.....this
>> was the problem with the initial arguement. Mr. Fay was completely correct
>> in his assessment of copyright infringement (in the circumstances cited).
>Just to avoid this, what you could do is memorize either the section
>before the page turn and turn the page before you start playing that
>section, or memorize the section immediately after the page turn up until
>there is a place you can turn the page. Of course, I realize that there
>are some parts that are extremely difficult even with the music in front
>of you (read: Dance Movements by Sparke), but it can be done, and you
>won't have to worry about copyright infringement.
Do you suppose the copyright gods would be appeased if you wrote out the
page change music by hand instead of photocopying? And if so, why? :-)
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