Statement on the Copyright Status of the English Translations in Mediaeval Hebrew Minstrelsy
The translations from Mediaeval Hebrew Minstrelsy, Songs for the Bride Queen's Feast were written by Herbert Martin Loewe, and published in 1926 in England without copyright notice. Mr. Loewe passed away in 1940. The work is in the public domain in the United Kingdom. The volume has been listed as "not in copyright" on archive.org and is published there in full. Additionally, the volume has been made available by Forgotten Books.
However, the work may be under copyright in the United States until 95 years after publication - that is, 2021. However, Mr. Loewe's surviving son and two granddaughters have given the Zemirot Database permission to host the translations, provided that no profit is derived from use of the translations; no changes are made to the translations; Mr. Loewe's authorship of the translations is acknowledged; and this note about Mr. Loewe, written by Mr. Loewe's son Michael Loewe, is displayed on the site and linked from each page containing a translation. Please do not reproduce this work in a way that would violate copyright law.