A System for Printing Lyric Sheets + Affordable Licences to arrange songs for Choirs

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I believe there is a huge market for legal lyric sheets given: 
- Many people in community choirs can’t read sheet music and the music is a waste of paper.
- As Baby Boomers retire, they are looking for new activities. Many will struggle with the size of lyrics on sheet music. 

The number of arrangements currently available are quite limited. As Baby Boomers and Generation X age, they will want to sing the songs of their teens and twenties I believe there also should be a fast, easy and more affordable two tiered system to purchase licences for arranging songs. This will allow more money to go to the composers/lyricists as well as publishers. 

A) For the arrangers' own choir where a single session income is less than $200AUD. The arrangement will not be sold or passed on to other choirs. Propose $75.00 AUD. 

B) For arrangers' own choir where a single session income exceeds $200AUD &/or the arranger intends to sell to other choirs. Propose $300AUD. 

 



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