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Sound Law and the Scholar

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In this article I recount my own dealings, as a musicologist, with copyright, including participation in a British Academy Review on copyright and research in the humanities and social sciences; narrate and analyze the record companies' partially successful campaign to extend the copyright term on sound recordings in the European Union; and speculate on the extent to which copyright on music, rather than the provision of services around music, is likely to remain the basis of the music industry.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2012-12-01

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