News stories about claims of music copyright infringement appear fairly regularly in legal and mainstream news outlets. Relatively few of these disputes go to trial, and fewer still generate published judicial opinions. Since the s United States federal courts have published only about opinions dealing with this issue, although there has been a dramatic increase in the number of cases over the past thirty years. With this relatively modestly proportioned body of information we have organized the cases chronologically by year. The InPlay segment of this resource offers documentation relating to currently active disputes. As these disputes are settled, or reach a final disposition through litigation, information about them will be removed from the InPlay segment but will still be available within the main Cases segment of the site. Snowden C. Wetmore W. Wetmore US Reed v. Carusi C.
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Bill Hopkins 5 June — 10 March was a British composer and music critic. Hopkins was born in Prestbury, Cheshire , and educated at Rossall School , Lancashire ; his mother's learning difficulties meant she was unable to look after him, and he was raised by aunts. Returning to England, he supported himself as a music critic in London and then, after moving first to Tintagel , Cornwall and subsequently to Peel, Isle of Man , by translation and writing music criticism. He married Clare Gilbert in Subsequently, he taught at Birmingham University and University of Newcastle upon Tyne before succumbing to a heart attack , in Chopwell, near Newcastle, at the age of He was upset at an under-rehearsed first performance of En Attendant in and this possibly discouraged him from composition for a while. He was working on an opera project, tentatively called Ness , but little if any of this was completed. Bill Hopkins' compositions were largely unpublished at his death, but following efforts by Nicolas Hodges and Patrick Ozzard-Low they are now all published, many in new editions.
Most of the music was composed by Jeremy Soule and Julian Soule. The Guild Wars 2 Original Soundtrack is a four-disc limited edition soundtrack. It could be purchased on DirectSong, Jeremy Soule's online store, but is no longer available. The Original Soundtrack for Guild Wars 2 includes a few tracks that differ somewhat from their in-game counterparts. The in-game soundtrack also contains reused pieces from the original Guild Wars and its expansions. Some of the newly composed tracks for Guild Wars 2 were not included on the physical soundtrack.