On June 1, 2011 CopyCat Music Licensing entered into an agreement with Oxford University Press to administer the licensing rights to their catalog of music for the United States. Effective January 1, 2015 the agreement was extended to cover the territory of Canada.
Oxford University Press is a department of Oxford University and is one of the largest and longest-established music publishers in the world. OUP is renowned for the outstanding quality of their publishing and the breadth of their catalogue: around 3,000 items across a wide range of categories. Their music is sold and performed worldwide.
A specially abridged version of "Crown Imperial" by Sir William Walton was performed as the recessional by the London Chamber Orchestra at the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, marking the bride's entrance into the royal family. And recently the songs "The Lark Ascending" and "Concerto for Oboe and Strings" by Ralph Vaughan Williams were used in the Amazon.com original series Mozart in the Jungle.
If you are interested in reviewing the music Oxford University Press has available for performance, please visit their website. If you are interested in licensing their music, please contact us.