I'm looking for any archival audio recordings of the labor leader/activist
Rose Schneiderman. Might anyone out there know of any? This is for a radio
segment for TALKING HISTORY. Thanks.
Prof. Gerald Zahavi
Director, Documentary Studies Program
Dept. of History
University at Albany, SUNY
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY 12222
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Gowers considered recommending shorter copyright
> I think both Italy and Spain are now at 50 years. There would be an
> obvious commercial advantage to having a shorter period. The Spanish
> label Definitive has been issuing 1950s jazz recordings.
Are they paying royalties as the latest legal advice I got (from UK) was
that whilst the artist might not get the benefit, the songwriter and someone
who composed the music still has rights for 70 (75?) years after their death
and they must give clearance.