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    Bach Toccata

    I'd like to use part of this recording as the soundtrack to a video I am producing for my HNC college portfolio. It would not be for sale or available for the general public. It would be viewed by tutors, examiners, class peers, potential universities and employers. Full credits would be displayed. Please advise ASAP if this would be acceptable and details of hw you wish the credits to be worded. Thanks

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    Hi ... welcome to the forum, btw

    First off, you would need the full written permission of the performer of the work, then the publisher/owner of the actual version of the piece.
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    Lars is correct, however as Bach has been out of copyright for 200 years the issue of the music you are going to use is not so relevant. If you need an out of copyright copy of the Bach work for organ, let me know (here) and I'll post a PDF that is 100% copyright free.
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