Federation of Recorded Music Societies
you like Music?
Make sure you read the FRMS Bulletin - copies should be available via your Society Secretary
FRMS - WHO ARE WE?
The Federation of Recorded Music Societies (FRMS) can claim to have played its part in developing greater enthusiasm and understanding of recorded classical music over a substantial portion of the past century.
the "National Federation of Gramophone Societies", the Federation
was launched in 1936. Although the title has been changed to reflect
more recent developments, the aims of the movement have remained basically
unaltered and the attraction is still present in the 21st century as
over 200 societies continue to ply their trade.
ADVANTAGES OF AFFILIATION TO THE FRMS
Our main function is to manage licensing arrangements with Performing
Right Society Ltd (PRS) and Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL) for the
licences necessary for performing recorded music in public, on terms
favourable to our members. The fees are greatly reduced from those normally
applied by these organisations for individual licences. A particular
benefit of this arrangement is that it is the society itself that is
licensed and not the premises. This means that the society is covered
for PRS and PPL wherever it chooses to meet.
Every so often we will highlight one of the links on our Links Page for your special attention.
In schools, music can have an all around positive impact on students in both their personal lives and in their studies. It can help them with their focus, and also help keep them occupied and away from negative influences, such as drugs or crime. As a result, music and music teachers are an important part of education and the continued appreciation of music.
Surrey 50th Anniversary Celebration
New Opera Links (from a reader)
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