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On my own, I translated a well-known opera and want to publish it. I found out that the rights are owned by a big music conglomerate. The big music house copyright owner to the opera (composer is dead, and he liked my translation but that is probably irrelevant) wants me to transfer all rights to them in exchange for a license to use my own translation for a single project. Also, they will probably charge me a fee for doing it and may not later grant me rights to do anything else with it. I don't think I should have to give them any rights in my work, but I am not sure of the law here. Thanks.