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Historically speaking, any time I've used classical music (legitimately licensed) with one of my slideshows uploaded to YouTube, the video is certain to be flagged immediately because other publishers have released similar versions of the classical tune, regardless that the musical piece is old enough to be public domain.
Besides immediately disputing the flag, I try to habitually include the company name who licensed it to me, the title, artist and publisher at the end of the video and also post it in the video description area. So far, that's worked in all cases of my flagged YT slideshows. I recommend it as the best practice at this point. I doubt there's a way to avoid it so I just consider it part of the slideshow creating process now.
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