Here’s the comment I posted:AndreiKrylov wrote:Thanks a lot, Tom! But he probably removed your post.. I could not find it there.. could you please post it here too ?
and then I will copy it in my post , because I see that some my posts are still there. Thanks again!
I suggest the following. If you haven’t already done so, you should report this video to YouTube. Directly underneath the video you’ll see “LIKE, DISLIKE, SHARE, and then three dots. Click on the three dots and it’ll bring up “Report” and “Add Translations.” Click on “Reports” and fill out the form for copyright infringement.The person who posted this is saying that he and his father are the performers. This is false. The performances posted here were recorded by Andrei Krylov. Want proof? Listen to “Aragonese Pavana” beginning at the 2:55 mark. Then listen to this recording by Krylov: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCiGipdRC1I. Both performances are identical.
In your complaint, be sure to include these quotes from the original poster in which he makes these claims:
• “This is quite an old recording... probably a 2009 one. Yes it was Dad and l playing all the tunes you hear.”
• “What you’ve listened are covers, a selection of Krylov’s music we recorded some years ago because of an exhibition of old instruments at a castle nearby. Glad you liked our work.”
• “Hi Dave, it’s an old recording and there are two of us playing this beautiful music.”
This will prove that he’s falsely saying your performances are his. Also include links to online sources that prove many of the sound samples on his video are indeed yours. Be sure these links have sound samples, so that anyone investigating your complaint can easily hear that your recordings are the same as the fraudulent poster’s.
I sincerely hope you follow through on this. Such blatant fraud richly deserves a response. YouTube moves slowly, and you may not get an immediate reply. But copyright infringement is taken seriously. You should eventually get the matter resolved fairly.
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