On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 12:13 AM, Joel C. Salomon
<joelcsalo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/23/2014 11:31 PM, Edward Cannon wrote:
>> Does anyone know if there are specific legal restrictions on this music
>> in the UK? As I recall Peter Pan is under perpetual copyright there-I
>> wonder if that extends to this music as well, or just the text of the
>> play.
> (But just in case, I wrote to the copyright folks at the GOSH to confirm
> this.)

The response came today:
> Dear Joel
> Thank you for your enquiry and your courtesy in contacting us.
> I am happy to confirm that GOSH does not have any rights in John
> Crook's music, which did not belong to Barrie neither, so the music
> would not have been part of the gift of the copyright to the work.
> Since Crook died in 1922, his work would be out of copyright in the EU
> and probably in the rest of the world as well.
> With best wishes

With that confirmation, I would ask that people take a look at what
I've uploaded to
and comment on the Lilypond coding style.


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