August 31, 2021 –  Copyright presentation given by Angi Bemiss with help from RoJean Loucks and Megan Dugec.

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Handout – Copyright Zoom 2021-0831 Melody_s

Link to Unlisted YouTube (please do not share): https://youtu.be/9D2FUb94FxE

Chat document: Chat on Copyright

Recording (no video): I have a recording but it is too large to upload to this site. If you want the recording, let me know and I’ll share it via dropbox. If you want the recording, Email me at spinnerml@sbcglobal.net

May 11, 2021 at 11am over Zoom, with Reba Lunsford on Proofreading. Thank you Reba!

Registrants: 72

Actual attendance: 28

Link to unpublished, edited replay https://youtu.be/CdOnhpsO-Wc

The Historical Harp Society Virtual Conference is August 2-5. I understand Bill Taylor is giving a talk on notation. I registered today. To attend you need only to make a donation (or not). https://historicalharpsociety.org/

Ensembles for Publication (July 6, 2021) – Thank you to Mary Muckle, Anna Thormahlen Jenkins and Anna Dunwoodie for their fantastic contributions.

July 6 CHAT link – click on the button below. 

Regarding the question about publishing single pieces or a collection: I have found that with a collection of copyrighted music, the royalties to the copyright owner(s) may go up, depending on the total price of the book.  Also, if you have more than one copyright owner (ex: Hal Leonard and Alfred both), you may want to consider that for your collection, you will be making payments to 2 companies.

Regarding the conversation about playing violin parts (on the harp) in an ensemble.  In my experience this reflects that the conductor A – doesn’t have time to write a harp part or B – is not aware that the harp is more like a piano than a violin. Nancy Hurrell’s suggestion about playing a supportive harmony part is right on.  Also Anna J’s suggestion about doubling the melody is very good.  If the melody is all 16th notes and very fast, I would revert back to playing the supportive harmony part.

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