Klarinet Archive - Posting 000137.txt from 1998/04
From: "Kevin Fay" <kevinfay@-----.com>
Subj: Re: Re: Copyright
Date: Sat, 4 Apr 1998 13:48:17 -0500
In the first instance, no problem--with the provision that if the music
has a notation that the right to perform for profit is reserved, you
should not charge for entrance to the performance.
The second--again, no problem, with the same provisio.
The third is a copyright violation. The actual copying is the culprit.
If you violate a public performance reservation, you will have committed
----Original Message Follows----
From: C E Field <CEField@-----.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 06:47:20 EST
Subject: Re: Re: Copyright
Here's another copyright-related question. Let's say that a friend and I
purchase a book of duets for clarinet.
1. We buy two copies of the book to play the music on separate music
2. We both read off the book's pages on a single music stand to play the
3. We make one photocopy for the convenience of playing the music
publicly but using two music stands.
What's your take on these scenarios?
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