Re: Re: Re: copywriting song lyrics
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Posted by Stephen L. Anderson on September 05, 2001 at 12:03:09:
In Reply to: Re: Re: copywriting song lyrics posted by Barbara Finneran on September 04, 2001 at 02:15:13:
Copyright is a form of protection provided to authors of "original works of authorship", including literary, artistic, dramatic, musical, graphic arts and other creations.
Copyright protects the author's original expression as contained in a creative work but DOES NOT usually extend to any idea, procedure, process, method, system, discovery, name or short title or slogan.
Song lyrics, musical compositions, sound recordings and other original works may be protected under copyright law.
Once your music, artwork or design has been fixed - (recorded or written down) you can register a copy with the Library of Congress by filing the appropriate application(s).
We can prepare applications for copyright registration for your music, (songs, words, lyrics, compositions, sound recordings, music videos, etc.) In addition, any original album art or stage props or other unique designs may also be registered. (Even your website contents)
Our current fee for Copyright Applications is $249 which includes the government fees, attorney fees for preparation of the application, periodic reporting, and in most cases, all required copies and postage and forwarding of the certificate of registration.
For multiple applications, we offer further discounts. For more information about copyrights and copyright protection, visit our site: www.copyrightpros.com
STARTING August 24, 2001 we will be offering this service online.
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For $249 we can copyright your lyrics.
-TITLE OF THE WORK
-WHETHER THE AUTHOR'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE MATERIAL WAS A "WORK FOR HIRE"
(generally speaking, the person who creates the work is the author - however, an
-WHETHER THE AUTHOR'S CONTRIBUTION WAS ANONYMOUS OR PSEDONYMOUS?
-NATURE OF AUTHORSHIP ( e.g., 3-D sculpture, 2-D artwork, map, photograph, text,
(For certain items, additional information will be required (e.g., for audio-visual
- YEAR IN WHICH WORK WAS CREATED (COMPLETED)
- DATE AND NATION OF FIRST PUBLICATION
- NAME OF COPYRIGHT OWNER (CLAIMANT)
(IF DIFFERENT FROM THE AUTHOR - PLEASE INDICATE HOW THE CLAIMANT OBTAINED OWNERSHIP
- (derivative work or compilation) WHETHER THERE IS ANY PRE-EXISTING MATERIAL CONTAINED
ULTIMATELY THE APPLICATION MUST BE SIGNED BY THE COPYRIGHT CLAIMANT OR A POWER OF
- DEPOSIT MATERIAL - FOR PUBLISHED WORK WE WILL NEED 3 COPIES OF THE MATERIAL; FOR
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