Repertoire Sample Clauses

Repertoire. The repertoire for auditions shall be the responsibility of the Music Director (or designate) and at least two playing members of the Orchestra, including the principal and/or assistant principal, or principals of related sections involved. If the second playing member is not otherwise specified, that member will be selected mutually by the Music Director and the player named above.
Repertoire. No additional fees will be paid if the Musician is required to accompany more than one work within any one tour or week.
Repertoire. (1) Did the Board err in ignoring expert evidence provided by Access to correct and clarify the breadth of its repertoire as described in the volume study? [11] In K-12 (2009), the Board found that the works captured by the volume study that were published by non-affiliated rights holders (NARH) would be included in Access’ repertoire for the purpose of calculating the tariff on the basis of an implied agency relationship where the NARH ratified Access’ administration of their rights by accepting the payment of royalties (K-12 (2009) at para. 133). [12] In the proceeding at issue, the Consortium objected to such an inclusion with respect to the First Tariff and Second Tariff stating that this category of rightholders should not be considered. In its reasons (Reasons), the Board rejected Access’ argument that issue estoppel applied because the decision was only quashed by the Supreme Court in respect of the fair dealing exclusions. In refusing to apply “issue estoppel”, the Board exercised its discretion to ensure the fairness of the First Tariff and the Second Tariff. Additionally, the Board noted that Access itself sought to revisit other findings made during the K-12 (2009) proceeding (Reasons at paras. 125-126). The Board’s conclusion on issue estoppel is not contested by Access in the present proceeding. [13] Because of its position that issue estoppel applied, Access says that there was no need for it to correct the coding errors made in the volume study where some works were wrongly attributed to NARH or no coding at all was given (0). Indeed, the Board had included all these works in Access’ repertoire in its K-12 (2009) decision. [14] However, this information became more relevant to answer specific technical questions posed by the Board that asked Access to confirm and clarify the meaning of certain fields in the data used, including identifying who signed agreements with Access and whether such entity owned the copyright (see Access’ letter to the Board dated October 14, 2014). [15] In Access’ reply letter dated October 14, 2014, Access raised the issue of coding errors in response to the Board’s technical questions. It further explained that if the Board rejected its issue estoppel argument, Access would need to conduct a more detailed analysis of the data in order to correct the breadth of its repertoire since the coding errors had the effect of significantly underestimating the number of copied works comprised in Access’ repertoire. [16] After...
Repertoire. Copies of the repertoire will be sent to the accompanist by the Texas Two Year College Executive Secretary/Treasurer by May 15th of the year preceding the date of engagement listed in this contract. Accompanist’s Signature Date All State Choir Coordinator’s Signature Date
Repertoire. The Company shall have the right to include any musical works in any orchestral rehearsal or performance

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