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Should you Play for Free?

An important issue that musicians often face

Released on May 7, 2014

  
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Teo on June 7, 2014 @10:57 am PST
Charles Ives refused to copyright his music because he wanted everyone to be able to enjoy it. Though he was wealthy.. You are giving away your music in YouTube.. and I used to go download all the sample clips from artists I liked, so maybe one should just give it all away as much as possible? I'm just asking. Also: In the east I believe they have different copyrights, maybe Russia too? If one wanted to you know sell music to Tchaikovsky's people, would you have to throw out all the ideas of copyright? I just like your answers so far so I'm taking the liberty to bring up more - thanks bazillions Robert! Wishing you the very best, Teo
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Robert - host, on June 7, 2014 @2:13 pm PST
Thank you Teo! I am happy to share these music tips. This is how I connect with people and promote my career. We are working on more extensive master class videos which will offer courses on complete piano works.
John Tiffin * VSM MEMBER * on May 7, 2014 @3:29 am PST
Thanks for your good advise and instruction. Well presented and valuable.
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