Guest Blogger on NewMusicBox

I’m honored to have been asked to write a series of posts during September on music and copyright for NewMusicBox, the online magazine of NewMusic USA, an organization that supports creators, performers and presenters of “new music” (sometimes referred to as contemporary classical or experimental music, including jazz) by American composers. Although these posts will eventually find their way to my blog, right now you can read them here.

As we’re nearing the end of the month, my four NewMusicBox posts have all been published:

Copyright Conundrums For Collaborators

Do You Have The Chutzpah To Take A Gamble On Fair Use? (Part I of a two-parter)

Are Transformative Fair Use Principles Four To Musicians? (Part II of a two-parter)

Do Candidates Have The Right To Conscript Songs For Political Purposes?

I hope you enjoy these articles and find them informative.

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