Columbia Law Library Music Plagiarism Project


The Columbia Law Library Music Plagiarism Project is a collection of information about music plagiarism cases. The site includes legal opinions, commentary, and sound clips and scores from the complaining and defending works — going back as far as 1845. The text can be a little thick to wade through if you’re not a lawyer, but it’s still pretty interesting to listen to the sound clips and decide if you agree with the decisions the judges made. I’d love to see the pages expanded somewhat for the non-lawyers, though. (Found via the Seattle P-I.)

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