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Music Quiz

Question 1

TRUE OR FALSE:

A composer needs permission to make an arrangement of another composer's composition or song.

 

Question 2

TRUE OR FALSE:

A university group wants to use copyrighted music as background music for a promotional video. They need copyright permission to use this musical composition with their videotape.

 

Question 3

TRUE OR FALSE:

A public television station wants to use short excerpts of songs from a musical group during a documentary on the history of a particular musical era. The station does NOT need permission to incorporate the music of others into their documentary.

 

Question 4

TRUE OR FALSE:

The institutions' library would like to digitize their sound collection. This is permissible under the copyright law.

 

Question 5

TRUE OR FALSE:

A faculty member from the music department has purchased a copy of a musical composition for a performance the next day. However, he wants to make a copy of the musical composition for their accompanist. This is permissible to make another copy.

 

Question 6

TRUE OR FALSE:

A music appreciation class is discussing Brahms and the instructor has a new John Tesh CD with an arrangement of Brahms' "Lullaby" that he wants the class to hear. Because Brahms composed the piece so long ago, this is not copyrighted.

 

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