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Copyright Law, copyright owners have the exclusive right to print, publish, copy, and sell their protected works. By the time volume 4 was produced, even though it was still 1966, the sales of acappella were beginning to fall off but there was still enough interest to do just one more for people who loved the music. We always enjoy listening to the BOCA collection that arrives this time of year, because (a) it's exciting, spirited stuff from a cappella groups across the country we don't usually get to hear, and (b) it reminds us how alive and juicy the a cappella scene is on the country's campuses!

Pages: 160

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing; 1 edition (September 7, 2009)

ISBN: B0049U4120

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