To provide a discussion forum between the music industry and parliamentarians.
Found: n=400 - 2,000 creators who earn money from their music. We are defining creators as working as a composer/songwriter;
2. Music Education in England
15/07/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: DEBATE PACK Number CDP-0189, 15 July 2019 Music Education in England By Nerys Roberts Michael O'Donnell
3. Orphan works diligent search guidance for applicants
04/01/2021 - Intellectual Property Office
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Found: diligent search checklist
: film, music and sound
Music: JV died 1953 (copyright expires
4. Economics of music streaming
15/10/2020 - Select Committee Inquiry
Found: impact music streaming is having on artists, record labels and the sustainability of the wider music industry
Found: Written evidence - UK Music Written evidence submitted by UK Music (IBR0041) March 2019 Call for evidence
1. Covid-19: Music Education
08/12/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: considered the effect of the covid-19 outbreak on music education.It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship - Speech Link
2. Economy and Society: Contribution of Music
21/01/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: That this House has considered the contribution of music to the economy and society.It is a pleasure to see - Speech Link
2: congratulate the outgoing chief executive of UK Music, my predecessor Michael Dugher, on putting a big - Speech Link
3: intervene so early in my speech.UK Music’s new report, “Music By Numbers”, represents the most comprehensive set - Speech Link
3. Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, etc.) Bill
03/12/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: rights-ownership model, which has sustained the music industry since its inception and has made a huge - Speech Link
2: insignificant sums every time one of their pieces of music is played on one of the streaming services. On iTunes - Speech Link
3: inequities and musicians getting a just share for the music they produce. What I do not understand is the resistance - Speech Link
4. Dementia: Art and Music-based Interventions
22/11/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: guidance for social prescribing link workers to expand music prescriptions. We will be setting out a new dementia - Speech Link
2: culturally appropriate care, including art and music-based interventions, which reflect a wide range - Speech Link
3: modelled that are social prescribe-enabled—not only music but other art-based activities. The education question - Speech Link
5. Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, Etc.) Bill
03/12/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: songwriters and composers.Having taken an interest in the music industry over the 20 years that I have been in the - Speech Link
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