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Summary:Promotion Opportunity
Deadline: 15 September 2019
Date Posted: 21 August 2019

We are pleased to announce our 2019 Fall Season Call for Works! We will select 30 – 40 pieces to be programmed on our channels from September 2019 through January 2020. This project is not a commissioning contest. FMS19 is an effort to promote and curate many works by living composers. The works will be selected by the score follower team, typical of our normal submission process. We will hold a similar call for submissions twice every year (one in the fall, one in the spring).

• Submissions must be received by: September 15
• Submission is free! There is no fee but we would be incredibly grateful if you spread the word about our project on Patreon or support it directly. Donations will not be considered in the selection process.
• Each composer may submit up to two works. The works should be submitted by filling out using the link to our Google Form. Links to the pieces should be using a non-expiring cloud sharing service (Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.). Scores should be in pdf format.
• Please send a score and audio file for each work submitted. Keep in mind that higher quality recordings are preferred.
• If your work is selected, we will need you to secure permission for posting on our channel from any publisher, recording company, or performer/ensemble involved in the work. If you think this will not be possible, please do not submit. We will also ask for the names of performers in order to credit them in the video description. We will not upload your piece if permissions are not able to be secured.
• Submissions may come from composers of any age, nationality, background.
• Works may be of any duration.
• Submitted material should not be anonymized.
• Works must be completed (no works-in-progress).
• Submissions may include works for instrument(s) and electronics.
• Large ensemble or works with similarly tall systems display poorly on YouTube’s 16:9 landscape frame, because of this, we prefer you submit chamber or solo works.
• We also accept works that include visual footage in addition to or in lieu of a score. In the case that such a work is selected, it would be uploaded to our Mediated Scores channel.
• Composers previously featured on our channels may still apply.
• Members of the score follower team may not apply