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- 1 Winter Festivals
- 2 Material suitable for Presidential Inaguration
- 3 Response of WCR to Armistice/Vetrans Day
Please make suggestions for material that Wiki Campus Radio / Wikimedia Radio could air in respect of the upcoming Winter Festivals (such as Christmas, Yule and others).
Material suitable for Presidential Inaguration
This may not be NPOV, but is there any material on wikisource that could be used in the event that Barrack Obama clearly wins the US Presidential Elections? (Apologies for the extreme short notice on this) ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 22:23, 1 November 2008 (UTC)
Amending to material for the Innaguration given that they have now been elected..
Response of WCR to Armistice/Vetrans Day
Owing to the time it is taking it find material,and confirm the status it is unlikely that the playlist will air this year. However development work can still continue.
A play-list page has been created at Wikiversity in respect of this - Wikiversity:Wiki Campus Radio/Active audio stream/11-11 with an associated talk page Wikiversity:Talk:Wiki Campus Radio/Active audio stream/11-11ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 15:42, 1 November 2008 (UTC)
- Index:Armistice Day.djvu, a large collection of misc. related sources and commentary.
- Any got access to the records in Washington, because so far I've not found a US renewal for this, and also like to confirm it was actually registered in 1927. Sfan00 IMG (talk) 22:07, 2 November 2008 (UTC)
- John McCrae
- Wilfred Owen
- Isaac Rosenberg
- Rupert Brooke
- : Important but works still in copyright in EU countries.
- Index:Poems of the Great War - National Relief Fund.djvu
- : British Copyright of 1914 , Not copyright in US, Check Individual works .
- Index:Poems of the Great War - Cunliffe.djvu
- : Not copyright in US. Edition shown is US . Check Indvidual Works.
- Index:Canadian poems of the great war.djvu
- : Canadian Copyright of 1918, PD in US. Check individual works.
- The_Coloured_Soldiers Paul Laurence Dunbar -
- : US Copyright of 1913, Not currently copyright in the US or EU.
"I Vow to thee my country" -Poem : Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice GCMG GCVO (1859-02-27 – 1918-02-14)
- The Music his usally set to is the Thaxted arrangment of Jupiter by Gustav Theodore Holst (1874 - 1934))
- The Poem is a British copyright of 1908, PD in US, and EU.
- Music is by Holst (1925), But on-line records regarding US renewals for music renewals for that period not yet on-line.
- Still subject to Copyright in the EU :( 18.104.22.168 18:18, 1 November 2008 (UTC)
- Clerambault. The Story of an Independent Spirit During the War, by Romain Rolland (Clerambault, 1920 Gutenberg)
- Still subject to copyright in the EU :( 22.214.171.124 18:18, 1 November 2008 (UTC)
- Original is not in EU copyright as far as I can tell.
- EU Copyright in Fitzwalter, Wray Translation expires in 2 months time?
- Greeting to American Soldiers by the Women of France- Not copyright in EU, and by date Not copyright in US.ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 01:35, 2 November 2008 (UTC)
- http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Renunciation_Speech - Not Great War(But relevant to Vetrans day)
Waltzing Matilda- NB The ANZAC corps were involved in Galopli and the tune is widely regarded as the unoffical national song of Australia.
- According to Wikisource , the copyright on this has expired in Australia, Would this also apply with respect to the UK? ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 13:45, 2 November 2008 (UTC)
- OK, there appears to be an unresolved 1941 US claim by Carl Fischer in respect of Cowan arrangment. ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 02:45, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
- Have confirmed that in respect of the US, Both the popular version and an arrangmet of the McPherson version remain in
- Rule Britannia , James Thomson (1700-09-11 – 1748-08-27) ,music Thomas Augustine Arne (12 March 1710 – 5 March 1778)
- PD in US and EU
- The British Grenadiers
- :17th century marching song
- :: My source information says 18th Century traditional, so out of copyright in EU,US in respect of original,
- Men of Harlech - (But NOT the version used on Zulu)
- :original words from 1860s
- : Also version by Thomas Oliphant (1799-1873)
- 'Heart of Oak' - David Garrick (1717-1779) -Music Dr Willam Boyce
- : In original, this is PD in US and EU. (Wikipedia notes this is used officaly as a march by w:Royal Navy)
(Whilst the original works may be out of copyright, recordings or arrangments may be protected.)
- 'Onward Christian Soildiers' - S. Baring Gould (1834-1924), Arthur-Sullivan(1842-1900)
British Copyright of 1871 (Lyrics and Music), PD in US and EU.
- Lyrics are PD in US and EU, No information on music
- 'Oh God Our Help in Ages past' - Lyrics: Issac Watts (1674-1748) - Music commonly used by William Croft (1678-1728)
- Lyrics are PD in US and EU, Croft music is PD in EU and US
- The original is out of copyright in EU and US. later adapations and verses may have additional copyrights.
- US Copyright of 1861 - Assumed PD in US and EU (by dates given)
- http://www.firstworldwar.com/audio/index.htm - Original material is copyrighted to the sites owners.