Terms and Conditions Instrumentaladmin2019-11-15T09:59:28+10:00
Terms & Conditions
1. By accepting the following Eisteddfod terms & conditions, I agree to;
(a) All rules as detailed in the Schedule and Program.
(c) My use of this website is at my own risk and I will hold no other parties responsible for any consequences arising from the use of this website.
2. All OneMusic Australia copyright terms & conditions (as detailed below)
Although some of the declarations may not be required for your participation, it is a condition of entry that all copyright declarations must be agreed to as follows and apply to every relevant piece of music you use;
(a) Performer’s Declaration
I certify that I will be performing:
a) From an original published edition of the sheet music; or
b) From a photocopy, transcription or arrangement of sheet music that is accompanied by a letter from the music publisher authorising the use of this photocopy, transcription or arrangement (attached to this form); or
c) From sheet music where both the work and edition are out of copyright*; or
d) By ear.
(b) If making a temporary copy for an adjudicator or examiner
I acknowledge that if I make a copy of the legal sheet music from which I will perform for use by an adjudicator or examiner; this copy will not be returned to me and will be destroyed by the eisteddfod/competition organisers and I must delete any digital copy of the sheet music I have made.**
(c) If making a temporary copy for an accompanist
I acknowledge that if I make a copy of the legal sheet music from which I will perform for the use of an accompanist; this copy will be returned to me and I must destroy it immediately, and delete any digital copy of the sheet music I have made.**
Please note that a parent/guardian/teacher may accept on behalf of performers aged 16 and under.
* Composer/lyricist/arranger ALL died before 1955 and the edition publication date was more than 25 years ago. ** Any use of copies made under this declaration outside of the performance in this specific eisteddfod/competition/examination is deemed an infringement. All copies – both digital and hardcopy – must be destroyed.
Failure to comply with all of the above may result in disqualification.