Using copy righted music. Copyright: Performance Exemptions - National Association for Music Education (NAfME) When can you perform music without worrying about copyright permission?
Here are some teaching-related exemptions from what might otherwise be considered copyright infringement: (1) Face-to-face teaching activities of a nonprofit educational institution, in a classroom or similar place devoted to instruction. Copyright: What Music Teachers Should Know - Online Teachipedia. Copyright: What Music Teachers Should Know Introduction This page is meant to be a companion to "Copyright: What Teachers Should Know" that is also located on this website.
However, as there are many special issues concerning copyright when it comes to music, I decided that it would be more useful to create a separate page covering just those topics. Chapter 1 The owner of the copyright has the right to decide how, when, and in what situations their work is distributed. A Music Teacher Describes How Copyright Hinders Music Education.
(Translations: 中文) Janet Underhill has been teaching music for 30 years at a private school in Chicago.
She has taught piano, voice, guitar, recorder and general music to students of all ages, from kindergarten to graduate school. In this article, she tells how copyright prevents her from providing her students the best possible materials. A music teacher’s guide to copyright law. If you are like most music teachers, then you’re in it “for the love.”
The love of making music and of spreading its magic to others. So copyright law may not be the first thing you think of when designing your curriculum. The Copyright Monster. The Copyright Monster and Music Educators: We CAN All Co-Exist by Ted Piechocinski, J.D.
Napster. Copyright Law: What Music Teachers Need to Know - National Association for Music Education (NAfME) By Ken Schlager Intellectual property has emerged from the legal backwater to become major news, with frequent high-profile cases of individuals and companies being prosecuted for the illegal use and distribution of copyrighted material.
While teachers enjoy many exemptions under copyright law, the classroom does not shelter all uses. Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright. Skip navigation Library of Congress Teachers.