Music Copyright In America

Author: Kevin Parks
Editor: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781614386711
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Starting with history of music copyright from its origins to the present, this in-depth, intriguing, and beautifully written book explores the music industry through a legal lens. Author Kevin Parks presents a practical overview of music rights and licensing, while at the same time providing perspective, context, and clarity amidst the chaos and challenges of today's music business. He also uses this historical reference viewpoint to offer considered insights into how this dynamic business may evolve in the future.
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Pages: 239
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Language: en
Pages: 1504
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