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No. Most scores in the database have a [[Help:What copyright rules apply to CPDL scores?|standard CPDL copyright license]], but some scores which reside on third-party websites have other types of copyrights.
 
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Latest revision as of 09:53, 25 January 2011

Copy3d.gif This page is part of the Copyright section for CPDL.
See individual pages for details and conditions.

No. Most scores in the database have a standard CPDL copyright license, but some scores which reside on third-party websites have other types of copyrights.

The two other major types of copyrights are:

  • standard personal copyright, where the composer or editor reserves all rights to the music but agrees to allow free download;
  • non-profit copyright, where the composer or editor allows copying and distribution on the condition that the music is only used non-commercially.

Some editors also stipulate that their scores can only be used for religious purposes. Before using a score, please check the specific terms of copyright for that piece.

This page is part of the CPDL Help system.
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