Category Archives: performance royalty

A Primer on Music Performance Licenses (Musical Compositions)

Among the exclusive rights granted to the owners of most copyrights is the right of public performance. As discussed in the Primer on Music Performance Licenses (Sound Recording), the public performance right for a sound recording is only available for … Continue reading

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A Primer on Music Performance Licenses (Sound Recording)

The United States of America holds a special place in the hearts of the children of France. Not only does America export fabulous music, we subsidize the music education in French schools through funds collected on the performance of the … Continue reading

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The Politics of Music: Droit Moral, if only…

John McCain’s campaign can’t catch a break when it comes to music.  Jackson Browne is suing the campaign for copyright infringement over the use of his song “Running on Empty” in a video prepared by a state party.  John Mellencamp … Continue reading

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