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The Question of Commissioning Fees in the US
A Composer’s Perspective

Theodore Wiprud

Abstract

Active professional composers of concert and dramatic music continue to rely on commissions as an important source of income. Theodore Wiprud, a composer and senior arts administrator, examines how the sources and distribution of commissions has evolved in recent years in United States. A range of working composers discuss their experiences and how the nature of a given commission can affect everything from the creative process to a new work’s reception and performance opportunities.

Keywords: commission, composer, composition, fees, music.

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