“Printed Music" or “print rights” are used in reference to sheet music. Sheet music is the printed music of a single song with notes, arrangement, lyrics, chords, and other annotations used by composers to communicate information about the piece of music.
A print license is an agreement between a copyright owner (music publisher) and the user of the copyright. It grants permission to rearrange, display, and print the sheet music, notes or lyrics of a song. Even the smallest usage requires a print license.
Music Publishing, Folio, Hal Leonard, Music Royalties
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