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I would like a bit of help please. You've probably answered this question a lot of times. I am an amateur composer who wants to publish my music. I don't want to make any money out of my compositions I just want to ensure that it' can be performed by anyone, professional or amateur. I don't want it changed or modified though, except for minor changes, if individual musicians want to change the dynamics, say. Using the licence chooser, Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International is suggested. My concern is that this is irrevokable and I'm not sure if that paints me into a co
I'm not sure this is exactly the correct category for this, but it felt close enough. I, or rather, my band, is looking to arrange and play a public domain piece for our show next year, specifically Petrushka by Stravinsky. I know that to arrange a copyright piece you have to file a request and possibly pay a fee depending on the piece. I haven't been able to find any information regarding public domain pieces, but I assume we wouldn't have to go through the same channels as with a copyright piece. If anyone could provide any information and/or links regarding doing this it would be greatly
Can you tell us a bit about the situation with Societies that handle copyright management for composers? Do you have experience using them? What is the proper time for a composer to join and how practical is the use of them? I am reviewing some of them in order to find out which suits best my situation. Do you believe international societies are better or I should turn to local? Thanks, Christopher