International Partners

Africa

BUBEDRA Bureau Béninois du Droit d’Auteur BENIN
BCDA Congolese Copyright Office CONGO
COSGA Copyright Society of Ghana GHANA
COSOMA Copyright Society of Malawi MALAWI
MCSN Musical Copyright Society Nigeria Ltd. NIGERIA
NASCAM Namibian Society of Composers and Authors of Music NAMIBIA
SAMRO Southern African Music Rights Organisation SOUTH AFRICA
ZIMURA Zimbabwe Music Rights Association ZIMBABWE
MASA Mauritius Society of Authors MAURITIUS

Australia

APRA Australasian Performing Right Association AUSTRALIA

Eastern Europe

ALBAUTOR Lidhja e shkrimtarëve dhe compozitorëve të shgipërisë ALBANIA
ACUM Société des Auteurs,Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique en Israël ISRAEL
AKKA LAA Copyright and Communication Consulting Agency – Latvian Authors’ Association LATVIA
ARTISJUS Society Artisjus Hungarian Bureau for the protection of Authors’ rights HUNGARY
ASDAC Asociatia Drepturi de Autor si Conexe din Republica Moldova MOLDOVA
EAU Estonian Authors’ society ESTONIA
GCA Georgian Copyright Association GEORGIA
HDS-ZAMP Croatian Composers’ Society CROATIA
LATGA-A Lietuvos Autoriu Teisiu Gynimo Asociacijos Agentura LITHUANIA
MUSICAUTOR Bulgarian Society of Composers,Authors and Music Publishers BULGARIA
OSA Ochranny Svaz Autorsky pro prava k dilum hudebnim CZECH REPUBLIC
PAM CG Society for Protection of Author’s Musical Rights from Montenegro MONTENEGRO
RAO Russian Authors Society RUSSIA
SAZAS Société des Compositeurs,Auteurs et Editeurs de Slovénie SLOVENIA
SOKOJ Organizacija za zastitu autorskih muzickih prava SERBIA
SOZA Slovak Performing and Mechanical Rights Society SLOVAKIA
SQN Sine Qua Non BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
UACRR Ukrainian Agency of Copyright and Related Rights UKRAINE
UCMR Asociata Pentru Drepturi de Autor ROMANIA
ZAIKS Society of Authors ZAIKS POLAND
ZAMP-MACEDONIA Musical Copyright Society MACEDONIA

Western Europe

AKM Staatlich Genehmigte Gesellschaft der Autoren,Komponisten und Musikverleger AUSTRIA
AUTODIA Collecting Society of Intellectual Property Rights GREECE
BUMA Vereniging Buma NETHERLANDS
GEMA Gesellschaft für musikalische Aufführungs – und mechanische Vervielfältigungsrechte GERMANY
PRS for MUSIC Performing Right Society Ltd UK
SABAM Société Belge des Auteurs,Compositeurs et Editeurs Scrl. BELGIUM
SACEM Société des Auteurs,Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique FRANCE
SGAE Sociedad General de Autores y Editores SPAIN
SIAE Societa Italiana degli Autori ed Editori ITALY
SPA Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores PORTUGAL
SUISA Coopérative des Auteurs et Editeurs de Musique SWITZERLAND

Northern Europe

KODA Selskabet til Forvaltning af Internationale Komponistrettighederi Danmark DENMARK
STEF The Performing Rights Society of Iceland ICELAND
STIM Svenska Tonsättares Internationella Musikbyra SWEDEN
TEOSTO Säveltäjäin Tekijänoikeustoimisto teosto r.y. FINLAND
TONO The Norwegian Performing Right Society NORWAY

North America

ASCAP American Society of Composers,Authors and Publishers USA
BMI Broadcast Music Inc. USA
SESAC Sesac, Inc USA
SOCAN Society of Composers,Authors and Music Publishers of Canada CANADA
SACM Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Mexico MEXICO

Central America

ACAM Asociación de Compositores y Autores Musicales de Costa Rica COSTA RICA
ACDAM Agencia Cubana de Derecho de Autor Musical CUBA
COSCAP Copyright Society of Composers,Authors and Publishers Incorporated BARBADOS
COTT Copyright Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
JACAP Jamaica Association of Composers,Authors and Publishers Ltd JAMAICA
SPAC Sociedad Panameña de Autores y Compositores PANAMA

Asia

CASH Composers and Authors Society of Hong-Kong Ltd HONG KONG
COMPASS Composers and Authors Society of Singapore Ltd SINGAPORE
FILSCAP Filipino Society of Composers and Authors Publishers Inc. PHILIPPINES
IPRS The Indian Performing Right Society INDIA
JASRAC Japanese Society for Rights of Authors,Composers and Publishers JAPAN
KAZAK The Kazakh Author’s Society KAZAKSTAN
KOMCA Korea Music Copyright Association KOREA
MACA Macau Association of Composers, Authors & Publishers MACAU
MACP Music Authors’ Copyright Protection MALAYSIA
MCT Music Copyright Thaïland LTD THAILAND
MCSC Music Copyright Society of China CHINA
MCSN Musical Copyright Society Nigeria Ltd. NIGERIA
MESAM Türkiye Musiki Eseri Sahipleri Meslek Birligi TURKEY
MUST Music Copyright Society of Chinese Taipei TAIWAN/CHINESE TAIPEI
VCPMC Vietnam Centre for Protection of Music Copyright VIETNAM
WAMI Wahana Musik Indonesia INDONESIA

South America

AGADU Asociación de Autores del Uruguay URUGUAY
APA Autores Paraguayos Asociados PARAGUAY
APDAYC Asociación Peruana de Autores Y Compositores PERU
SACVEN Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Venezuela VENEZUELA
SADAIC Sociedad Argentina de Autores y Compositores de Música ARGENTINA
SAYCE Sociedad de Autores y Compositores Ecuatorianos ECUADOR
SAYCO Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Colombia COLOMBIA
SCD Sociedad Chilena del Derecho de Autor CHILE
UBC União Brasileira de Compositores BRAZIL
  • Africa

    BUBEDRA Bureau Béninois du Droit d’Auteur BENIN
    BCDA Congolese Copyright Office CONGO
    COSGA Copyright Society of Ghana GHANA
    COSOMA Copyright Society of Malawi MALAWI
    MCSN Musical Copyright Society Nigeria Ltd. NIGERIA
    NASCAM Namibian Society of Composers and Authors of Music NAMIBIA
    SAMRO Southern African Music Rights Organisation SOUTH AFRICA
    ZIMURA Zimbabwe Music Rights Association ZIMBABWE
    MASA Mauritius Society of Authors MAURITIUS
  • Australia

    APRA Australasian Performing Right Association AUSTRALIA
  • Eastern Europe

    ALBAUTOR Lidhja e shkrimtarëve dhe compozitorëve të shgipërisë ALBANIA
    ACUM Société des Auteurs,Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique en Israël ISRAEL
    AKKA LAA Copyright and Communication Consulting Agency – Latvian Authors’ Association LATVIA
    ARTISJUS Society Artisjus Hungarian Bureau for the protection of Authors’ rights HUNGARY
    ASDAC Asociatia Drepturi de Autor si Conexe din Republica Moldova MOLDOVA
    EAU Estonian Authors’ society ESTONIA
    GCA Georgian Copyright Association GEORGIA
    HDS-ZAMP Croatian Composers’ Society CROATIA
    LATGA-A Lietuvos Autoriu Teisiu Gynimo Asociacijos Agentura LITHUANIA
    MUSICAUTOR Bulgarian Society of Composers,Authors and Music Publishers BULGARIA
    OSA Ochranny Svaz Autorsky pro prava k dilum hudebnim CZECH REPUBLIC
    PAM CG Society for Protection of Author’s Musical Rights from Montenegro MONTENEGRO
    RAO Russian Authors Society RUSSIA
    SAZAS Société des Compositeurs,Auteurs et Editeurs de Slovénie SLOVENIA
    SOKOJ Organizacija za zastitu autorskih muzickih prava SERBIA
    SOZA Slovak Performing and Mechanical Rights Society SLOVAKIA
    SQN Sine Qua Non BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
    UACRR Ukrainian Agency of Copyright and Related Rights UKRAINE
    UCMR Asociata Pentru Drepturi de Autor ROMANIA
    ZAIKS Society of Authors ZAIKS POLAND
    ZAMP-MACEDONIA Musical Copyright Society MACEDONIA
  • Western Europe

    AKM Staatlich Genehmigte Gesellschaft der Autoren,Komponisten und Musikverleger AUSTRIA
    AUTODIA Collecting Society of Intellectual Property Rights GREECE
    BUMA Vereniging Buma NETHERLANDS
    GEMA Gesellschaft für musikalische Aufführungs – und mechanische Vervielfältigungsrechte GERMANY
    PRS for MUSIC Performing Right Society Ltd UK
    SABAM Société Belge des Auteurs,Compositeurs et Editeurs Scrl. BELGIUM
    SACEM Société des Auteurs,Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique FRANCE
    SGAE Sociedad General de Autores y Editores SPAIN
    SIAE Societa Italiana degli Autori ed Editori ITALY
    SPA Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores PORTUGAL
    SUISA Coopérative des Auteurs et Editeurs de Musique SWITZERLAND
  • Northern Europe

    KODA Selskabet til Forvaltning af Internationale Komponistrettighederi Danmark DENMARK
    STEF The Performing Rights Society of Iceland ICELAND
    STIM Svenska Tonsättares Internationella Musikbyra SWEDEN
    TEOSTO Säveltäjäin Tekijänoikeustoimisto teosto r.y. FINLAND
    TONO The Norwegian Performing Right Society NORWAY
  • North America

    ASCAP American Society of Composers,Authors and Publishers USA
    BMI Broadcast Music Inc. USA
    SESAC Sesac, Inc USA
    SOCAN Society of Composers,Authors and Music Publishers of Canada CANADA
    SACM Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Mexico MEXICO
  • Central America

    ACAM Asociación de Compositores y Autores Musicales de Costa Rica COSTA RICA
    ACDAM Agencia Cubana de Derecho de Autor Musical CUBA
    COSCAP Copyright Society of Composers,Authors and Publishers Incorporated BARBADOS
    COTT Copyright Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
    JACAP Jamaica Association of Composers,Authors and Publishers Ltd JAMAICA
    SPAC Sociedad Panameña de Autores y Compositores PANAMA
  • Asia

    CASH Composers and Authors Society of Hong-Kong Ltd HONG KONG
    COMPASS Composers and Authors Society of Singapore Ltd SINGAPORE
    FILSCAP Filipino Society of Composers and Authors Publishers Inc. PHILIPPINES
    IPRS The Indian Performing Right Society INDIA
    JASRAC Japanese Society for Rights of Authors,Composers and Publishers JAPAN
    KAZAK The Kazakh Author’s Society KAZAKSTAN
    KOMCA Korea Music Copyright Association KOREA
    MACA Macau Association of Composers, Authors & Publishers MACAU
    MACP Music Authors’ Copyright Protection MALAYSIA
    MCT Music Copyright Thaïland LTD THAILAND
    MCSC Music Copyright Society of China CHINA
    MCSN Musical Copyright Society Nigeria Ltd. NIGERIA
    MESAM Türkiye Musiki Eseri Sahipleri Meslek Birligi TURKEY
    MUST Music Copyright Society of Chinese Taipei TAIWAN/CHINESE TAIPEI
    VCPMC Vietnam Centre for Protection of Music Copyright VIETNAM
    WAMI Wahana Musik Indonesia INDONESIA
  • South America

    AGADU Asociación de Autores del Uruguay URUGUAY
    APA Autores Paraguayos Asociados PARAGUAY
    APDAYC Asociación Peruana de Autores Y Compositores PERU
    SACVEN Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Venezuela VENEZUELA
    SADAIC Sociedad Argentina de Autores y Compositores de Música ARGENTINA
    SAYCE Sociedad de Autores y Compositores Ecuatorianos ECUADOR
    SAYCO Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Colombia COLOMBIA
    SCD Sociedad Chilena del Derecho de Autor CHILE
    UBC União Brasileira de Compositores BRAZIL

IMRO’s International team has a particular focus on pro-actively increasing IMRO’s overseas revenue through various initiatives.

One of its key functions is to ensure that performances of IMRO repertoire is notified to IMRO’s sister societies to secure the timely and efficient receipt of due royalties. Members whose works have been performed abroad are encouraged to notify IMRO of their international activities through the IMRO Member’s Area of the website.

IMRO also works with the European Commission on intellectual property issues and was instrumental in getting the European Commission to lodge its successful complaint against the US Authorities regarding inadequate copyright protection.

IMRO’s co-operation and strengthening of relationships with its sister societies is key in its representation of IMRO members’ and affiliated society members’ interests. IMRO has reciprocal agreements in place with over 80 sister societies currently.

IMRO’s position and activity in the international community is reflected in its membership of the Information Services Committee, reporting directly to the CISAC Board (International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers) and the Business Technical Committee (previously the Distribution Technical Committee). In 2015, IMRO was elected Chair of the newly-formed Musical Works Expert Group (MWX) at its inaugural meeting in May of that year. Additionally, IMRO is represented on the Audio Visual, Interested Party and Business Exchange Expert Groups and is an active member of various task forces concerning international data exchange and international strategy.

International Touring Guide

International touring often raises a complex range challenges for artists, now more than ever in a post Brexit and Covid-19 world.  The following guidance is provided to help you navigate some of the key issues that arise when planning overseas performances.
TRAVEL European Union If touring within the EU as an Irish citizen or that of another EU member state, then Visas and ATA Carnet are not required. An ATA Carnet is an international customs document used for temporary export/import.  It is presented when entering a Carnet country with merchandise or equipment that will be re-exported within 12 months. Carnets are used for the temporary export of three types of goods to any of the other 77 carnet countries:
  • Commercial Samples
  • Goods for Trade Fairs or exhibitions
  • Professional Equipment
It is strongly recommended that you check that your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is up to date as this will ensure you are entitled to the same treatment as locals in state-run hospitals or should you need to visit a GP while visiting EU countries. An EHIC is not a replacement for travel insurance. If you are a UK citizen, it is recommended that you confirm ATA Carnet and Visa requirements which may be required for international touring.  The Musicians’ Union in the UK provides a comprehensive touring checklist for UK based musicians. Similarly, if touring the EU without an EU passport it is recommended to check with industry and government sources in the country of your citizenship. Non-EU European Countries Non-EU countries such as Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein require ATA Carnet however Visas should not be needed for EU citizens. UK Oral Customs Declaration for Temporary Admission (Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015 / 2446 Articles 136, 163 and 165) Regulations post-Brexit are still being set, and both Irish and the UK customs are trying to find the best way to simplify procedures. For example, Irish customs recently implemented the Oral Export Declaration for some classes of goods being temporarily exported/imported. In the past oral declaration would generally have been used for the temporary admission of certain goods and was usually used for personal goods being imported by travellers. Now the oral declaration is required more regularly for various types of goods being imported from the UK (or from Ireland into the UK) and when goods are being temporarily exported etc. Temporary admission rules and procedures Article 136, Oral declaration for temporary admission and re-export (Article 158(2) of the Code) states that that only portable musical instruments can be temporarily exported under oral declaration. For example, if artist is travelling with their guitar, then no ATA carnet will be required but instead an oral/custom declaration for temporary admission will suffice. But if an artist/group is organising a lorry/van to transport all musical items (not portable) then an ATA carnet will be required. Unfortunately, customs rules are not fully set at this time so it not possible IMRO to fully confirm if a carnet is required or not for each specific case. Irish Customs are best positioned to provide you with up-to-date information and advise with regard to which option will be acceptable for your particular trip as each case is likely to be different.  Contact: customsreliefs@nullrevenue.ie With regard to artist/band merchandise (for instance T-shirts and CDs etc.) these are consumable goods which means that on the way back to Ireland you probably won’t re-import them all (some might be sold at gigs or handed out) . If you are travelling only to the UK, then the best option for merchandise is to make an export declaration for them (not an ATA Carnet). Another scenario could be is an artist routing through the UK into another European country where they are selling merchandise or handing it out. In such cases, those goods can travel under ATA Carnet, but on the way back you will pay VAT for the goods you that you sold. ATA Carnets are not required when bringing musical instruments / merchandise cross-border into Northern Ireland and similarly from Northern Ireland into the Republic of Ireland. Work visas are not required by Irish citizens travelling to the UK to perform or work. If you are unsure about your own particular circumstances you should check with Customs or Dublin Chamber for clarification. Dublin Chamber is the national guaranteeing association for ATA Carnet for Ireland: Full details: https://www.dublinchamber.ie/business-services/export-services/ata-carnets

If you are working, performing and touring in the EU or Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein. from a base in the UK the following comprehensive checklist for artists and accompanying crew is vitally important.

USA

For non-US citizens, Visas are required travel to and tour within the USA.  There are several different types of US Visas for different types of touring and performances, these can also be complex, and entry requirements can change at short notice. It is therefore strongly recommended that you seek expert advice and guidance. The following organisations can be of assistance:
  • Tamizat – A US based non-profit organization that facilitates and advocates for international cultural mobility and exchange.
  • Artists from Abroad – An online guide to US artist Visas and Tax.
  • CoveyLaw – Brooklyn-based law firm that serves the legal needs of the domestic and international arts, non-profit, and business communities.

INSTRUMENTS Each airline will differ on their policy regarding music instruments and storage. Some may require that you pay for an extra seat for an instrument or have restrictions regarding weight allowance for checked-in luggage. Some may allow an instrument to be an addition to or for others in place of hand baggage allowance. It is vital to check with your airline in advance their policy for the instruments you intend to bring. The International Federation of Musicians (FIM) provide a rating section for musicians to inform each other of their experiences of travelling with instruments on various airlines which may be useful. It is strongly recommended that any instrument insurance you may hold is up to date and covers international travel.  
TAX Reclaiming Overseas Tax (e.g. Royalties etc) Most musicians travel these days to earn a living and it is important to minimise local withholding taxes on live performances which may be taxed as much as 35%. You should seek advice and assistance from specialist accountants and tax experts who could help minimise your tax liabilities and enable you to reclaim the maximum amount due.  
Performances Abroad – Things You Need To Know To Make the Most of Your IMRO Membership Although it is the responsibility of our affiliated societies to collect royalties on behalf of IMRO members in their territory and send them to us for distribution, it is possible that some performances of IMRO members’ music are not identified by the societies in question. This can happen primarily for two reasons. Either such performances may simply not be covered by the distribution policies of the societies in question or not enough information is provided to identify the performances. These policies vary from society to society and where a performance does not qualify it will not feature. IMRO makes every effort to ensure that “qualifying performances” in overseas territories do feature in the distributions of the societies concerned. We do this by notifying those societies of the full performance details when available. These include performances in the category classified by some societies as ‘Classical or Serious´ Music or ‘Live Symphonic and Recital´ performances. It is for this reason that we always urge our members to notify us of their foreign performances. Details of all such performances can be notified to us online through the members area of the IMRO website or by using the IMRO App. The following information is essential when making a foreign performance notification:- Venue Name(s) Town/City Country Post code (for all UK performances) Performance dates Zip code (for all US performances) Promoter’s name (if applicable) Performances cannot be notified without this information. All foreign performances follow the same submission deadlines specified under the Tours and Residencies Scheme. Foreign performances need to be notified with a corresponding set list or details of the works performed in a concert programme which can be submitted online, along with the relevant Live Performance Notification (Gig List). The full and proper title, as registered with IMRO, together with the name of the composer(s) must be included. It is essential that all works on the set list have been registered. If you are in doubt as to whether some or all of the works on the set list have been registered or not, you can check online or contact a member of our distribution team.
LGBT+ and Female Musicians While it should not be an issue for musicians of any gender or sexuality to perform or travel, unfortunately there can be differing attitudes and laws regarding sex and sexuality in certain countries. Even in countries that have de-criminalised homosexuality, passed protection laws for LGBT+ people and have made efforts in gender equality legislation, these laws may be ahead of social attitudes so it is necessary to research before travelling to be made aware of issues you may encounter while there. Extra precaution should be taken where possible.
  • Know where the nearest Embassy is for your country.
  • The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association ILGA website provides up to date information and highlights potentially dangerous regions and countries.
  • Research local laws and customs of countries and regions.
  • Check any LGBT+ websites, forums or blogs for that region as they can offer first-hand information on social attitudes and areas to avoid.
  • Be aware that issues may arise if you are trans with a differing gender appearing in your official travel documents.
  • Ensure your travel plans and itinerary, as well as contact details for venues and hotels are with someone at home.
  • Have a plan of action in the worst case scenario that something does go wrong.

Disclaimer This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.

Performances Abroad – Things You Need To Know

Although it is the responsibility of our affiliated societies to collect royalties on behalf of IMRO members in their territory and send them to us for distribution, it is possible that some performances of IMRO members’ music are not identified by the societies in question.

This can happen primarily for two reasons. Either such performances may simply not be covered by the distribution policies of the societies in question or not enough information is provided to identify the performances. These policies vary from society to society and where a performance does not qualify it will not feature.

IMRO makes every effort to ensure that “qualifying performances” in overseas territories do feature in the distributions of the societies concerned. We do this by notifying those societies of the full performance details when available. These include performances in the category classified by some societies as ‘Classical or Serious´ Music or ‘Live Symphonic and Recital´ performances. It is for this reason that we always urge our members to notify us of their foreign performances. Details of all such performances can be notified to us online through the members area of the IMRO website.

However, you should be aware that, in the case of the USA, the societies in that territory survey live performances in different ways.

In the case of ASCAP, where the majority of the IMRO repertoire is administered, it surveys as follows:

Works performed in the Top 300 grossing tours that take place in the USA each year.

Musical performances at the following 14 live concert music venues:

    Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, CA)
    Staples Center (Los Angeles, CA)
    Gibson Amphitheatre At Univ. CityWalk (Universal City, CA)
    American Airlines Arena (Miami, FL)
    Knight Concert Hall (Miami, FL)
    BB&T Center (Sunrise, FL)
    Beacon Theatre (New York, NY)
    Madison Square Garden Arena (New York, NY)
    Radio City Music Hall (New York, NY)
    Theater At Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)
    Bithorn Stadium (San Juan, PR)
    Roberto Clemente Coliseum (San Juan, PR)
    James L. Knight Center (Miami, FL)
    Coliseo de Puerto Rico (San Juan, PR)

    ASCAP also makes payments under its ASCAP OnStage scheme for live performances not surveyed in the above categories.

    BMI surveys the Top 300 concert tours and/or concert events/festivals each quarter.

    BMI also makes payments under its BMI Live scheme for live performances not surveyed in the above categories.

    We encourage you to notify all US performances to us so that we can make sure that performances qualifying under any aspect of the US societies distribution policies or schemes are notified in full to the relevant society to minimise missing or delayed payments.

Other Performances

If you are aware that your works are being performed either by another performer or broadcast on TV or radio or your album has been released in an overseas territory, you should provide this information to IMRO. We will need the following information:-

    Broadcast Performance
    Station/broadcaster name
    Broadcast date and time
    Show title
    Works played/performed live

    Live Performance by Another Performer

    Name of performer

    Date of performance
    Venue name/town or city
    Work(s) performed
    UK postcode / US Zip code

    What must you do?

    IMRO encourages you to notify your foreign performances through the IMRO website. Details on how to do so may be found in the Members Area of our website.

    The following information is essential when making a foreign performance notification:-

      Performance dates
      Venue Name(s)
      Town/City
      Country
      Promoter’s name (if applicable)
      Post code (for all UK performances)
      Zip code (for all US performances)

      Performances cannot be notified without this information.

      All foreign performances follow the same submission deadlines specified under the Tours and Residencies Scheme.

    Set Lists

    Foreign performances need to be notified with a corresponding set list or details of the works performed in a concert programme which can be submitted online, along with the relevant Live Performance Notification (Gig List). The full and proper title, as registered with IMRO, together with the name of the composer(s) must be included.

    It is essential that all works on the set list have been registered. If you are in doubt as to whether some or all of the works on the set list have been registered or not, you can check on-line or contact a member of our distribution team.

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