Location/Licence

RENTAL & LICENSING

 

In this section, you will find all the information you need to send us your license requests and order the necessary orchestra material. Just follow the instructions below and contact us via the form on our contact page. We will get back to you with a quote as soon as possible.

If you are working on a film or commercial and are unsure of the music you need, our team, with its expertise and knowledge of the classical and contemporary catalogue, can help you find the right music for you.

 

RENTAL -

 

Henry Lemoine has an extensive catalogue of concert works, operas and ballets and provides performance equipment for hire throughout the world through its catalogue. This means that you have the opportunity to perform a piece on hire with an orchestra or ensemble on request.

 

How do I request orchestral rental equipment?

 

If you need to obtain orchestral equipment in order to perform a work from the Henry Lemoine catalogue, please go to the contact page, select the associated subject and mention all the information below in the body of the email:

 

 

- the works: title, composer, reference

- the number of concert dates planned

- if a recording is planned, please specify the distribution platforms.

 

Make a rental request →

 

 

 

 

 

LICENCE -

 

A licence is an authorisation issued by the owner of a work to an entity wishing to use it for commercial or non-commercial purposes. There are then different types of exploitation (printing, synchronisation, and graphic or mechanical reproduction) all defined and governed according to specific conditions imposed and negotiated.

 

Printing

 

If you wish to print, publish or arrange any of the musical works represented by Henry Lemoine, in print and/or digital form, for commercial or non-commercial publications, then you will need a Henry Lemoine copyright to use a score.

 

Apply for a Copyright →

 

Synchronisation

 

A sync license, a term often used to refer to synchronisation, is an authorisation granted by the rights holder and manager of a musical composition (mainly the publisher and the composer).

 

Synchronisation is generally characterised by the use of a work in both audio and visual programmes. As music is governed by copyright, a request must be made to the owners or managers of the rights in order to obtain permission to reproduce it in a film, advertisement, documentary or any other media.

 

How do I apply for synchronisation?

 

If you need to obtain a synchro licence in order to use a work from the Henry Lemoine catalogue in a video, a film or an advertisement, please go to the contact page, select the associated object and mention all the information below in the body of the email:

 

 

- the works: title, composer, reference

- the duration of the work

- the distribution platforms 

- the duration of the broadcast

 

Request for synchronisation →

 

Graphic reproduction

 

Graphic reproduction is the physical or digital use of a piece (or part of it) in a graphic medium. For example, the use of a piece of music in a collection of scores, the use of extracts from a score to explain a point in a thesis, insertion on a website, etc.

 

How to apply for a graphic reproduction?

 

If you need authorisation to reproduce a work from our catalogue, please go to the contact page, select the associated object and mention all the information below:

 

 

- the works: title, composer, reference

- the number of protected works © the work

- the duration of the work played

- type of reprint

- sales territory

- duration of validity

- number of copies

- selling price

- date of publication

 

Request for graphic reproduction →

 

Mechanical reproduction

 

Mechanical reproduction is the use of a protected musical work on a physical medium.

Examples: CDs, vinyl records, USB sticks, DVDs, etc.

 

Consequently, anyone wishing to reproduce a work must acquire a mechanical reproduction right and apply to the local collecting society. In France, this is the SDRM.

 

If you need authorisation to reproduce a work from our catalogue, please go to the contact page, select the associated object and mention all the information below:

 

 

the works concerned: title, composer, reference

the information

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