A piece of music is the intellectual property of its composer or author. Under the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 that composer or author has the exclusive right as the owner of the work to allow the use of that work by others. When you use their music in your business or workplace, this qualifies as a public performance of copyright music under the Act and you need the owners permission to do so. IMRO can give you that permission.
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