Dare I ask for a reason?
Posted: Tue Dec 18, 2007 4:48 pm
I got a return on my ragtime piano piece, and it's the first time a return has really taken me by surprise.Liberty RagRAGTIME PIANO INSTRUMENTALS a la Scott Joplin are sought by a prominent LA-based Music Library who has signed and placed many TAXI songs. Solo piano pieces or piano tracks with accompaniment are OK (make sure the piano is the lead instrument). Please do not submit covers--your instrumentals must be originals. NO VOCALS. Great performances are essential. Broadcast quality needed--Great sounding home recordings are just fine. Please submit one to three songs online or per CD. All submissions will be screened on a YES/NO BASIS ONLY -- NO CRITIQUES FROM TAXI. For ground submissions, please enclose a S.A.S.E. if you would like a response. Submissions must be received no later than Dec. 7, 2007.TAXI #Y071207JZI've never needed to ask a screener "why" before. This is a yes-or-no listing. I'm not looking for a full critique, but is it bad form to request a brief reason for not forwarding it? Such as "production" or "performance" or "song structure?"Looking for any advice,Kathleen