Re: deux questions - two questions


Subject: Re: deux questions - two questions
From: Andrew Czink (aczink@bc.sympatico.ca)
Date: Mon Oct 11 1999 - 20:24:24 EDT


    Those seem to be the real-world minimums with the funding agancies I've
dealt with. $2,000 for a 25 minute large orchestra piece?! Hmmm! Yikes.

    Cheers,

    Andrew

    Andrew Czink
    earsay productions
     http://earsay.com

Dennis Bathory-Kitsz wrote:

> At 04:13 PM 10/7/99 -0500, Robert Normandeau <normanr@CAM.ORG> wrote:
> >Le tarif minimum est déterminé par la Ligue canadienne des compositeurs:
> >http://www.composition.org/tarrifs.htm
> >The minimum rate is fixed by the Canadian League of Composers:
> >http://www.composition.org/rates.htm
> >Vous pouvez toujours demander plus...
> >You can surely ask for more...
>
> Does anyone actually receive these fees? I've had dozens of commissions,
> the largest of which was US$2,000 for a 25-minute work for large orchestra.
> A recent work was 7 minutes for 6 players, US$400. Do you folks live in
> paradise or is this all myth?
>
> Est-ce qu'on reçoit donc ces tarifs? J'ai reçu plusieurs de commandes, mais
> la plus grande était US$2,000 pour un oeuvre de 25 mn pour grand orchestre.
> Pour un oeuvre récent de 7 mn pour 6 éxécutants, US$400. Le Canada, est-ce
> que c'est vraiment un paradis, ou est tous mythe?
>
> Dennis
>
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