FLAMENCO AND COPYRIGHT. THE CASE OF CAMARÓN DE LA ISLA

By Jesús Heredia-Carroza, Luis Palma Martos and Luis F. Aguado

This article analyzes the gap between the performer’s contribution to the flamenco work and the protection he/she obtains. We designed a methodology based on interviews with flamenco personalities and surveys of flamenco market agents which enabled us to obtain an approximation to the cultural valuation of the contribution of the three elements that constitute the flamenco work: palo (cultural heritage), author and performer. For the 25th anniversary of his death, we present a representative case focusing on the figure of Camarón de la Isla. Continue reading “FLAMENCO AND COPYRIGHT. THE CASE OF CAMARÓN DE LA ISLA”

WHAT IS COPYRIGHT GOOD FOR?

By Ruth Towse

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What are the relative roles of copyright law and market forces, especially when they are altered by disruptive technologies? The paper takes an historical approach to the development of music publishing viewed through the lens of present day issues, in particular the impact of digitisation in the creative industries.

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