L’annonce dessous a été postée sur thesession.org, et concerne un sondage sur la musique traditionnelle irlandaise et droits d’auteur, pour musiciens basés dans les Etats-Unis:

[quote]Dear all,

I am a post-doctoral research fellow at the London School of Economics and I am also a traditional musician who occasionally plays in sessions around London. Over the past few years I have noticed a number of interesting debates on the issue of Irish traditional music and copyright in the discussions section here at thesession.org. I previously conducted a survey on the subject of Irish traditional music and copyright with regard to UK and Ireland-based musicians and I recently completed my Ph D thesis at Queen Mary University on the same topic.

Now I have launched another survey on this issue with a focus on US based musicians (see link below).

I have tried to design the survey questions to give participants as much scope as possible in making their answers. If you are interested in completing the survey, click on the link below.

However, please note that there are some conditions for eligibility for the survey.

The survey is soley intended for Irish traditional musicians (of any level or ability) who live or work in the US (for legal jurisdictional reasons). You must be over 18 to complete this survey.

The survey is accessible at:


If you would like further information, feel free to email me at l.t.mcdonagh@lse.ac.uk

Thank you

Luke McDonagh[/quote]



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