|Copyright is the right to copy. Federal law grants to the copyright owner the exclusive right to copy (copying being defined very broadly to include not just making copies but arranging, recording, performing, etc.) Those who wish to make such uses of copyrighted music must obtain permission from the copyright owner (publisher) or its representative.
This site provides information for some of the more common uses of copyrighted music, recording, photocopying of out-of-print publications, arranging, film or video soundtrack use and performing. If you have any further questions, please contact us.
For sync licenses, film, video, and new media use, arranging, small rights, or if you are a composer, please contact:
Manager, Licensing & Copyright
For print or mechanical licenses, grand rights, out of print music, judges’ scores, rentals, recordings, or regarding a thesis, please contact:
Senior Coordinator, Licensing & Copyrignt