A musical group from France Space appealed to the Moscow city court with the claim about protection of copyright on the fact of plagiarism in the song "Cruel love" performed by Philip Kirkorov. On Tuesday, November 1, declared representing interests of a plaintiff lawyer Igor Trunov, reports TASS.
"Except Kirkorov, the lawsuit claimed the song writer Oleg Popkov, "Phillip Kirkorov prodakshn" Sony Music Entertainment group of companies Rones and RTR. We ask the court to prohibit Kirkorov's performance of the song "Cruel love"," — said Trunov.
The band leader Didier Marouani in the statement of claim noted that the song Kirkorov — refining his work Symphonic space dream.
Musician ordered a comprehensive avtozavodskoe and musicological research at the center for forensic examinations, according to which the percentage of the borrowing of musical material in a "tough love" is 43.27% and case — 31.25%.
"The fact of the partial words in the song "Cruel love" original music and thematic material part of bars of the chorus of the song Marouani Symphonic space dream" — said Trunov. Experts believe that the citation of the original fragment of someone else's work it is impossible to recognize or involuntary manslaughter, said the lawyer.
Space is a French group created by Didier Marouani, Roland Romanelli and Yannick Top in 1977. Marouani and his group repeatedly visited with concerts in cities of Russia.
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