Do I Really Need to Copyright My Piano Music? [The answer from attorneys may surprise you!]

Do I Need to Copyright My Music? I love how it is becoming popular for piano teachers and piano students to compose music! Because it's so popular, it's also becoming easier with all the notation apps, programs, and advice from published composers coming out. But one of the questions that gets [...]

Piano Teaching Workshop SALE – Thanksgiving Black Friday Week!

Never before have we offered the super popular business piano teaching workshops at such a low price...but we are doing so Thanks giving week. They are both on sale, but if you buy the bundle, they're half price! Offer ends on Black Friday at 6:oo p.m. CST! Watch the videos below to [...]

The Flying Bicycle: What Happens When We Copy

I just saw a fabulous video, appropriate for teachers,musicians, and even children, about what happens when we copy creative works. While it might seem somewhat self-serving to blog about this, I will tell you that composers especially get so little of the money made from music that sometimes it's completely [...]

Legal Advice for the Composer

Andrew Dubber asks advice of Birmingham based intellectual property lawyer Stuart Price.   Every new composer attempting to enter the world of publishing would do well to take his advice. Visit Andrew's site New Music Strategies for other great posts!

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