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Poster: Mark Schuldenfrei <schuldy@abel.MATH.HARVARD.EDU>
> 3. I sing ["MS&C"] at a bardic circle, to a larger audience.
Effectively a private party, no money involved, cool.
I disagree: because you have not invited the audience, it isn't in your home,
and it is something of a public performance, it is a violation of the
copyright: even if it is not one that could generate a legal response.
> 4. A friend with an ear for music learns it that way.
Gray area. But even if it is a violation, how could one ever possibly
Learning the music isn't ever a problem. Doesn't every musician hope you hum
the tune on the way home? (Some jazz and achromatic music obviously
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