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April Music Inc
December 10, 1985
MR. DEAN KAY
We support the position you presented on behalf of music publishers at the November 20, 1985 hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on copyrights chaired by Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA) relating to S.1384-the Bill to legislatively reverse the U.S. Supreme Court's opinion in the Mills Music Case.
December 10, 1985
ACUFF-ROSE OPRYLAND MUSIC
Mr. Dean Kay
Re: Senate Bill 1384
As a music publisher with many years devoted to the creation and dissemination of music, I have a clear understanding, of and appreciation for the important roles played by each person involved in these activities.
I have followed closely the recent efforts to reverse with legislation the Supreme Court's decision in the Mills Music case, and I am of the firm belief that such legislation 18 111-advised.
You recently presented a cogent statement on behalf of music publishers before the Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on copyrights which is considering s. 1384, and we support your presentation and position.
The opportunities for creativity and the prospects for reward to all involved in making such creativity successful are currently equitable and sound in the music field. Disrupting the delicate balance which currently exists, we view as unwise the shortsighted with potentially serious adverse implications for the music business as a whole and each participant involved.
THE WELK MUSIC GROUP
1299 OCEAN AVENUE, SUITE 800, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA 90401 (213) 451-5727/870-1582 TLX181915
December 23, 1985
The Honorable Arlen Specter
Re: S. 1384
Dear Senator Specter:
I am enclosing copies of letters received from:
I respectfully request that my letter and these responses
T.B. HARMS COMPANY (ASCAP) VOGUE MUSIC IBM. BIBO MUSIC PUBLISHERS (ASCAP) HALL-CLEMENT PUBLICATIONS (BMI! SOMEBODY'S MUSIC (SUSAC)
JACK AND BILL MUSIC COMPANY (AS AI) HARRY VON TILZER MUSIC PUBLISHING COMPANY ASCAP) CHAMPAGNE MUSIC CORP.(ASCAP)
I understand that you testified before the subcommittee
I fully support the position you presented on behalf
06 No La Brea Hoog Caht 9028 1213146921. Cable Alpermoss
Thanks for sending me a copy of your statement to the Subcommittee on Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks of the Senate Judiciary Committee (as well as the other statements and submissions pro and con, including those of Barbara Ringer, Ralph Oman, Richard Colby, Irwin Karp, and others).
We at Al Gallico Music believe that the U.S. Supreme Court decided Mills Music correctly, and that this result should not now be overturned legislatively.