Music publishers' agreement to ban reprinting, Leipzig (1829)

Source: Sächsisches Staatsarchiv Leipzig

Citation:
Music publishers' agreement to ban reprinting, Leipzig (1829), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
First Charter of the German Music Publishers' Association against reprinting, as agreed on at the Leipzig fair in 1829

Full title original language:
Sometimes referred to as 'Conventional-Acte' or 'Konventionalakte der Musikalienhändler'

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Related documents in this database:
1830: Amended music publishers' agreement against piracy

Author: Hofmeister, Friedrich (1782-1864)

Publisher: unpublished

Year: 1829

Location: Leipzig

Language: German

Source: Sächsisches Staatsarchiv Leipzig

Persons referred to:
Brüggemann, Karl
Böhme, Johann August
Dunst, Franz Philipp
Hofmeister, Friedrich
Härtel, Wilhelm
Laue, Friedrich
Meyer, Gottfried Martin
Peters, Carl Friedrich
Probst, Heinrich Albert
Schlesinger, Adolf Martin
Simon, C. A.
Simrock, Franz Carl Anton
Simrock, Heinrich
Simrock, Nikolaus
Spehr, Johann Peter
Whistling, Carl Friedrich

Places referred to:
Berlin
Bonn
Braunschweig
England
France
Frankfurt
Halberstadt
Hamburg
Leipzig
Posen (Poznan)

Cases referred to:
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Institutions referred to:
Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig (f.1719)
N. Simrock, music publishers (f.1793)

Legislation:
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Keywords:
contract
divisibility
foreign reprints
formalities
music publishing
music, protected subject matter
penalties
reciprocity
reprints
societies, publishers'

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