The Daily Muse – May 1st, 2020

Given the few notes within an octave and the millions of songs that have been written using them, accidental plagiarism is a constant companion for most songwriters.

Tips for Songwriters – Avoiding Accidental Plagiarism


Brisbane-based singer-songwriter and founder of I Heart Songwriting Club, Francesca de Valence offers three ways out of a creative rut

Dear songwriter (are you in a boredom funk?)


History has proven that hard times can inspire memorable songs.

Music Is Often Born Amid Crisis, So Coronavirus Could Be a Muse for Songwriters


When I first interviewed him about a decade ago, he answered my first query into his songwriting methodology with, “Hey, there’s a lot of competition, I’m not about to give away my secrets.” Reminded of that, he laughed and said, “The competition must have thinned out.”

Richard Thompson on Songwriting, Capturing Butterflies, Picasso & More


Songwriting immortal Irving Berlin said: “Make sure you repeat the Title as often as possible so people know what to ask for when they go to buy it.”

Why Song Titles Are Less Important Now

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