A Downland Suit - 2nd Baritone Part

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  1. ari01

    ari01 Active Member

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    My band got this out the other day but unfortunately the 2nd Baritone part was missing....

    Is anyone out there able / prepared to scan me a copy??
     
  2. Bbmad

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    !!! Oh goodness!!
     
  3. Andrew Norman

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    A Downland Suite is still protected by copyright in most countries.
     
  4. Anglo Music Press

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    Certainly still copyright in this country. Please contact the publisher (R Smith & Co) to replace this part.
     
  5. Ianroberts

    Ianroberts Well-Known Member

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    Surely that doesn't matter in this case ? It was probably thrown away by the last 2nd Baritoner due to copious amounts of twiddles and daft key signatures. The present one will do the same so just let them have it !
     
  6. ari01

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    Ahahahaha brilliant.. :)
     
  7. ari01

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    And what's this about Europe telling us we can't even photocopy music we actually buy legitimately or have I misunderstood!!
     
  8. Ianroberts

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    Rep part will be the next one to go missing ! ;)
     
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  9. Andrew Norman

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    Yes - you have misunderstood
     
  10. Anglo Music Press

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    Yes, misunderstood. It was a decision by our High Court. No reason for a Brexit!
     
  11. ari01

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    I was referring more to whether we can photocopy or not ... (I'll save the Euro stuff for the in/out debate...
     
  12. Anglo Music Press

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    The High Court has apparently overturned a Government initiative to make an exception to the copyright law, allowing copying of legally acquired music for personal use.
    To be fair, the reference to 'copying music' probably refers to ripping CDs etc, rather than copying sheet music. (We are in the minority!). I've tried to read the judgement
    http://www.ukmusic.org/assets/gener...demy_of_Songwriters_Composers_and_Authors.pdf
    but only understand half the words!
     
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  13. Andrew Norman

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    In the first paragraph at page 7 it says
    "That purchaser cannot, however, under the exception, copy that content and give it to a family member, friend or colleague and cannot copy it for any commercial use."
    So to copy for your "colleagues" in the band would not have been lawful anyway.
     
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