Johann Christian Bach died about 300 years ago. As with any great classical composer, his legacy endures, and today his work is reinterpreted by a new generation of musicians and performers. James Rhodes is one of them. The accomplished British-born performer posted a clip of him playing a Bach composition to his Facebook page. This was original content derived from a composer who, for context, died 26 years before the US Declaration of Independence was signed, and whose work has long lapsed into the public domain. Sadly, those facts didn’t prevent Facebook’s content filtering system from accusing Rhodes of copyright…

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