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    Re: PDF sheet music Six Wives

    Quote Originally Posted by yesmike0215 View Post
    Anyone have issues with the Catherine of Aragon score (at least the beginning)? I'm not the greatest piano reader by any means, but I can tell what is written is not what Wakeman plays! Although it does say "+8 basso"...whatever that means...
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    Played an octave lower than written.
    It might indicate to ADD the octave lower in addition to the notes written.
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    Re: PDF sheet music Six Wives

    thanks for the offer robusan (and tidewater). Can you send me a copy as well?

    This reminds, me, it was about 1988 or so, and I played Yessongs to my high school band conductor, and he was knocked out by it. To my surprise, a couple months later he passed out sheet music for Excerpts from 6 Wives to be played by our band, which we did. I wonder if that concert band arrangement is still around. That is the closest I ever came to playing Yes music live (I played trumpet)

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    Re: PDF sheet music Six Wives

    Hi,
    I misguidedly gave my copy of the book away with the record some years ago when thought I was giving upon the piano due to the weighted keys and arthritic fingers (my excuses!). Now, with renewed interest and a new syth I would like to try again. Thanks for the kind offer.
    P.S. Do you get the email from my registration?

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    Re: PDF sheet music Six Wives

    Hello from Delapaix- a long time Yes fan. PLEASE send me a copy of that ASAP. I told some people I would play it for them on Friday this week but I can't remember all the parts I used to play
    greg[dot}delapaix[at]gmail[dot]com

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    Re: PDF sheet music Six Wives

    I presume this is from Sheeto, or somewhere similar. Not wishing to be a spoilsport, but how is this "perfectly legal", exactly? Is it not a violation of copyright? I bought my transcription of Six Wives some years ago, and you can still hunt it down. Would Rick be happy with this...?
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    Re: PDF sheet music Six Wives

    I have been looking for this for years. If you are still willing, I'd love a copy.

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    Re: PDF sheet music Six Wives

    Quote Originally Posted by simonbarrow View Post
    I presume this is from Sheeto, or somewhere similar. Not wishing to be a spoilsport, but how is this "perfectly legal", exactly? Is it not a violation of copyright? I bought my transcription of Six Wives some years ago, and you can still hunt it down. Would Rick be happy with this...?
    If you can "hunt it down", that is, buying it used, then Rick is not receiving any royalties for that.

    I suppose that's legal.
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    Re: PDF sheet music Six Wives

    Quote Originally Posted by simonbarrow View Post
    I presume this is from Sheeto, or somewhere similar. Not wishing to be a spoilsport, but how is this "perfectly legal", exactly? Is it not a violation of copyright? I bought my transcription of Six Wives some years ago, and you can still hunt it down. Would Rick be happy with this...?
    Quote Originally Posted by pianozach View Post
    If you can "hunt it down", that is, buying it used, then Rick is not receiving any royalties for that.

    I suppose that's legal.
    It occurred to me that this is returning back to the question of piracy, although this is regarding sheet music, and not audio, usually the focus of these sorts of discussions.

    We had a discussion about the Return to Fly From Here here when someone posted it on YouTube.

    So . . . there's criminal piracy, where you distribute someone's work for personal profit in multiple quantities.

    Then there's civil piracy, where you make or purchase a copy of music for personal use, or perhaps, one copy for a friend.

    And then there's something else, and I'm not sure what to call it: Acquiring music that is out-of-print, and is likely to never be in print again. I suppose some of these fall under the catch-all phrase "Orphan works".

    WIKIPEDIA: An orphan work is a copyright protected work for which rightsholders are positively indeterminate or uncontactable. Sometimes the names of the originators or rightsholders are known, yet it is impossible to contact them because additional details cannot be found. A work can become orphaned through rightsholders being unaware of their holding, or by their demise (e.g. deceased persons or defunct companies) and establishing inheritance has proved impracticable. In other cases, comprehensively diligent research fails to determine any authors, creators or originators for a work.

    This can now apply to particular releases that ARE available, but not this version, such as a remix.

    So, let's say I wanted audio of the Theme from Richard Diamond. Let's say I'm willing to pay a reasonable price for it (for the sake of argument, let's say $1.29). But the last time it was available was on a 1962 LP called "A Varied Program of Stereo Dynamics To Scare Hell Out Of Your Neigh-bors", released by Somerset Records (aka Stereo Fidelity Records), a budget record label, noted mainly for its 101 Strings albums. It was created in 1957 by Dave L. Miller (aka Leo Muller of Exploito fame). Somerset was sold in 1963 to someone by the name of Al Sherman, who changed the name to Alshire Records.

    Sherman is notable for actually recycling ashtrays and buttons and toaster parts and model airplanes into vinyl records. Sherman sold Alshire, its catalog, and its various publishing companies (Chesdel, Cordova, Daval, Hasal) to Madacy Entertainment in 1995, and Madacy has since begun to release on CD some of the thousands of 101 Strings tracks made by Miller and Sherman.

    The 101 Strings tracks are something that was never expected to be re-released or even heard again.

    If I'd wanted the old audio from the old 101 Strings albums back in 1990, I'd have to hunt down the LP at a used records store or a garage sale. Ebay (originally named AuctionWeb until 1997) didn't even exist until 1995.

    So . . . as far as I can tell, Talk, by Yes, seems to be out-of-print. I can't legally buy it anywhere. Victory Records went belly-up, and my only option is to purchase it used. THAT also cuts the artist out of the equation, just like downloading it would (which I can't anyway).

    So, this problem is even worse with sheet music, such as in the case of Six Wives of Henry VIII. If the publisher does not wish to offer if for sale (which would be simple these days as a download), what are my options?
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