Special rules apply to the copying of musical works:
For academic purposes, a faculty member may make multiple copies of not more than 10% of an entire musical work, as long as the copying is not for a performance, does not comprise an entire performable unit (i.e. section, movement, aria etc.), and only one copy per student is made.
A faculty member may make a single copy of an entire sound recording from the College’s or her/his collection in order to construct aural exercises or examinations for class, which may be maintained by the College or by the instructor.
A faculty member may have students record a music class in its entirety for their personal use.
For academic purposes, a faculty member preparing for class or conducting research may duplicate a single copy of an entire performable unit if the unit is unavailable except in a larger unit or if it is out of print.
A faculty member may make a single copy of recordings of performances by students for evaluation or rehearsal purposes. The recording may be retained by the College or by the faculty member.
A faculty member may not make copies of printed sheet music to substitute for the purchase of sheet music, except in an emergency.
Copying may not be used to create, replace or substitute for anthologies, compilations or collective works.
Copying of consumable items, such as workbooks and tests is not permitted without permission.
Copying may not be made for performance purposes or to substitute for the purchase of music, except as set out above.
Copying of a musical work may otherwise be permitted if it meets the fair use test set out above or if the faculty member obtains permission for the use.