Copyright and Music: final programme


Subject: Copyright and Music: final programme
From: Barbara Schleihagen (Eblida@nblc.nl)
Date: ke 06 tammi  1999 - 15:41:53 EET


Dear list subscribers,

Please find below the final programme for the HARMONICA and EBLIDA Forum on
music, copyright and the customer in Vienna. There are still places
available, if you are interested in attending, please contact Ton Overmeire
at the address below.

The programme is also available at:
http://www.svb.nl/project/harmonica/progr_Vienna.htm

MUSIC, COPYRIGHT AND THE CUSTOMER

A Forum under the joint auspices of HARMONICA and EBLIDA.

The Theatersaal of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Dr. Ignaz-Seipel-Platz 2
A-1010 Vienna

Thursday 21 January 1999 from 13.00 - 18.00 and
Friday 22 January 1999 from 9.00 - 17.00

Session 1
Thursday 21st. Chairperson: Werner Deutsch, Austrian Academy of Sciences

14.00 Opening and Welcome to the Austrian Academy of Sciences

14.10 The HARMONICA Project and the main issues of the Forum
Dick Tucker. FORCE Foundation, The Netherlands

14.30 Copyright: a general overview
Dr. D.J.G Visser, Stibbe Simont Monahan Duhot, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

14.50 Copyright and Music
Anne Le Lay, Conservatoire National de Region Bibliotheque,
Boulogne-Billancourt, France

15.15 The position of the Record Producers,
Lewis Flacks, Director Legal Affairs IFPI, UK

15.45 Tea/Coffee

16.15 The position of the Music Publishers
Jenny Vacher-Desverney, International Confederation of Music Publishers,
Paris, France.

16.45 Electronic sales of Music
Chris Butler, Director Music Sales Ltd, London, UK

17.15 Discussion

18.00 Close

Session 2
Friday 22nd. Chairperson: Tine Vind, Royal School of Librarianship,
Copenhagen, Denmark

09.00 Introduction to the session and summary of the main points from
Session 1. Tine Vind

09.15 The Role of Music Rights Organisations
Nanette Rigg, British Music Rights, London, UK

09.45 The position of Music Departments in Public Libraries
Kirstin Voss - Eliasson, Herlev Musikbibliotek, Herlev, Denmark

10.15 Copyright in Music Archives
Crispin Jewitt, British Library, London, UK

10.45 Tea/Coffee

11.15 The position of Music Departments in Music Conservatories
Katharine Hogg, Music Libraries Online, Reading, UK

11.45 The MOODS project and its copyright implications
Prof Paolo Nesi, University of Florence, Italy

12.15 Discussion

12.45 Lunch

Session 3
Friday 22nd. Chairperson: Barbara Schleihagen, Director, European
Bureau for Library, Information and Documentation Associations, The
Hague, The Netherlands

14.00 Introduction. The issues so far
Barbara Schleihagen

14.15 Response by Dr D. J. G. Visser on the legal points raised.

14.30 Round Table
Specific questions to the speakers and general discussion

15.30 Tea/coffee

16.0 What conclusions can be drawn and what advice given to the
European Commission and the European Parliament? General discussion

17.30 Summary of conclusions Dick Tucker, FORCE Foundation.

Closure.

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Ton Overmeire
Studie-en Vakbibliotheek voor visueel en anderszins gehandicapten
Dutch Library for Visually and Print Handicapped Students and professionals
Molenpad 2
1016 GM Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: +31-20-6266465 Fax: +31-20-6208459
E-mail: tovermeire@svb.nl http://www.svb.nl/project/projects.htm
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EBLIDA
Barbara Schleihagen, Director
Heidi Hogan, EU Policy Officer
P.O. Box 43300
NL-2504 AH The Hague
Tel: +31-70-309 06 08
Fax: +31-70-309 07 08
email: eblida@nblc.nl
http://www.eblida.org/



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