Musical composition

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MUSICAL COMPOSITION. The act of congress of February 3, 1831, authorizes the granting of a copyright for a musical composition. A question was formerly agitated whether a composition published on a single sheet of paper, was to be considered a book, and it was decided in the affirmative. 2 Campb. 28, n.; 11 East, 244. See Copyright.

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The programme will kick off with Fanfare for the Common Man -- a celebrated musical work by late American composer Aaron Copland.
7) Some musical work titles are not associated with names and are contained in MARC 130 and 730.
1221(b)(3), however, taxpayers who own a musical composition or copyright in a musical work created by the taxpayer (or transferred to the taxpayer by the work's creator in a transferred basis transaction) can elect to have gain or loss from the sale or exchange of the musical composition or copyright treated as capital gain or loss.
In summary, the Supreme Court of Lithuania has made its final decision, not subject to appeal: the author of every musical work has the right of remuneration for each manner of use of his work, subject to interest, including for its public performance and presentation, i.
The idea of a musical work was took on increasing impetus with the rise of the middle class.
I wonder, that is, whether any number of accounts of the ontology of musical works is consistent with all of the empirical facts about music.
copyright holder of the underlying musical work, because there is no
An expert on Lalande, Dr Lionel Sawkins, was commissioned to edit the scores for the 2001 recording Music For The Sun King, but claimed his input as amounting to a new musical work - claiming copyright and royalties.
The astonishingly terrible Say Cheese (Smile Please) actually manages to make their trite debut single, The Fast Food Song, sound more like a musical work of art.
First, a musical work is loosely defined as music with or without lyrics.
In it, Krausz includes essays dealing with many of the most intriguing questions of interpretation of music, from the ontology of a musical work to the possibility and legitimacy of multiple interpretations, to the differing interpretations offered by performers, composers, and appreciators.
Of the nine songs on Hands of Time, six are by Morgan, who is now reportedly in New York and doing OK in terms of finding musical work.