First, a rant... When we get our articles stolen blind; nary a cop or prosecutor, or other government official to be found. Stealing music, however, people get thrown in jail all the time. Why is that? OK, rant concluded.
Having no idea where the person who made that video got the music, I'd be leery. True, Beethoven and Chopin don't give a damn, but the performers might.
All I can suggest is:
1. If not already known, somehow find out the composer/title of the piece(s) you want to use.
2. Then do a search for: public domain classical music. With any luck, you'll find a public domain performance of it somewhere.
Sorry I couldn't be more help.
Update: I'm listening to it right now. I just realized there's modern composers in there. Hopefully, the public domain search will save the day.
Because the people who own the rights to the music are generally wealthy and have teams of lobbyists who can help influence policy and the law, and lawyers who can help enforce it.
I asked if I could (thought that it might be in the public domain given that it was on Youtube) Whether rich or poor, I'm really not into stealing other people's work. Thanks, I'll use your suggestions.
Thanks WA, I will. I found the music really beautiful. The valley of the butterflies is really beautiful too, and although I did my best with the short video (being an amateur) the background noise distracts from the environment. I think the two would be harmonious.
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