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Copyright Law, Treaties and Advice 1. Who actually holds the copyright in a piece of music - artist, record company, composer/publisher or all three? There is generally more than one owner of rights in any given track. The people who wrote the tune and the lyrics and/or their publishers own authors' rights, which is the classic copyright. The artist that performs that music has certain 'related rights' as a performer. And a record label typically owns the copyright or producer's related rights in the particular recording of the song.

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