Wiki says this: "In the U.S., the sound recording copyright notice, which may only be affixed to a phonorecord, consists of three elements:
the ℗ symbol;
the year of first publication of the sound recording; and
an identification of the owner of the copyright, either by name, abbreviation or other designation by which it is generally known. The identification can be omitted if the owner is the sound recording's producer, and the producer is identified on associated packaging."
For this set, the Barber, Stravinsky and Britten are assigned to the performing orchestras. The Berg is MDR/Canary classics LLC under licence from TELEPOOL GmbH and only the Hartmann is directly 'owned' by Canary Classics.
So, for what it is worth, my original statement in the large part - important or not - stands - all right.
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