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"Net4Music’s vision of empowering musicians through Internet technology and making copyright protection a cornerstone of their business model fits perfectly with EMI’s vision for the digital distribution of music."
EMI MUSIC PULLS THE SHEET OVER NET4MUSIC
World's Largest Music Publisher Puts Catalog on the Net
Who gives a sheet (music, that is)?

EMI Music Publishing, the world's largest music publisher, and Net4musichave entered into an agreement whereby the portal will digitize and globally distribute sheet music in digital form from EMI's one-million-title catalog.

The agreement will cover the digital creation, licensing and marketing of EMI's catalog of sheet music. As part of the deal, EMI will get a minority equity position in Net4Music.

"Net4Music's vision of empowering musicians through Internet technology and making copyright protection a cornerstone of their business model fits perfectly with EMI's vision for the digital distribution of music," said martin bandier',390,400);">martin bandier',390,400);">Martin Bandier, Chairman and CEO, EMI Music Publishing. "And they've agreed to pay me triple for my Ivy Threeharmony arrangements."

Net4Music launched its portal for musicians in 1999, featuring digitized downloadable sheet music and MIDI files and offering secure access to over 40,000 titles.

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