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On 06/10/05, Karl Miller wrote:

> Also, the question arises, say if Pavarotti had a bad day...one might
> be able to hear it at the Library for the Performing arts...but then
> one would have to travel to New York to hear it. Should an artist have
> the right to deny ANY public access to their performances?

They do have the right to keep people who have not bought tickets out of
the hall.

But not many will suffer if the recordings become PD 50 years later.

Regards
-- 
Don Cox
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