Finally! Digital sheet music copyright is starting to make sense.
by Tim Topham
In the digital age, music copyright has become harder for owners to control with everyone having access to copiers and scanners, tablets, computers and the internet. A quick Google search for any popular piece of music will bring up at least half a dozen sites from which you can download a free copy or transcription ... Finally! Digital sheet music copyright is starting to make sense.
I recently attended a presentation run by APRA/AMCOS specifically focussing on copyright laws for Australian music teachers. The session was very informative and answered many of my questions. Here are some of the details that may be of interest to other teachers: If you are using a work (composition, film, screenplay) composed/written prior to 1955, ... Music Copyright for teachers
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