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1.a composer of words or music for popular songs
Alan Gordon (songwriter) • Alex Kramer (songwriter) • American Songwriter (magazine) • Andrew Logan (songwriter/director) • Andy Pratt (singer-songwriter) • Andy White (singer-songwriter) • Aska (singer-songwriter) • Ben Parker (British singer/songwriter) • Bill Buchanan (songwriter) • Billy Davis (songwriter) • Billy Hill (songwriter) • Billy Reid (British songwriter) • Billy Reid (Canadian songwriter) • Bob Bennett (singer-songwriter) • Bob Davie (songwriter) • Bob Russell (songwriter) • Brian Bedford (songwriter) • Bruce Hart (songwriter) • Bruce Watson (songwriter) • Charles Danvers (songwriter) • Charles Mitchell (songwriter) • Christopher Ward (songwriter) • Clay Mills (Songwriter) • Cleavant Derricks (songwriter) • Dan McCarthy (singer-songwriter) • Dave Berg (songwriter) • David Mann (songwriter) • David Marks (songwriter) • David Myles (singer-songwriter) • David Rodriguez (singer-songwriter) • Dennis Morgan (songwriter) • Diana Jones (singer-songwriter) • Don Robertson (songwriter) • Donovan Woods (songwriter) • Dove Award for Songwriter of the Year • Dudley Mecum (songwriter) • E (songwriter) • Earl Edwards (songwriter) • Eddie Miller (songwriter) • Ellis (singer-songwriter) • Francis Hutcheson (songwriter) • Frank Christian (singer-songwriter) • Frank Delgado (Cuban songwriter) • Fred Wise (songwriter) • Gareth Davies (singer-songwriter) • Gary Taylor (singer/songwriter) • George Merrill (songwriter) • Gordon Bell (singer-songwriter) • Graham Edwards (songwriter) • Gregory Jackson (singer/songwriter) • Gus Edwards (songwriter) • Guy Fletcher (songwriter) • Harold Barlow (songwriter) • Harry Williams (songwriter) • Helen Watson (singer-songwriter) • Ian Masters (songwriter) • Ignacio Uriarte (singer-songwriter) • Irving Taylor (songwriter) • Jack Hardy (singer–songwriter) • Jack Keller (songwriter) • Jack Knight (songwriter) • Jack Owens (singer-songwriter) • Jack Robinson (songwriter and music publisher) • James Collins (songwriter) • James Griffin (songwriter) • James Murdoch (Canadian singer-songwriter) • James R. Flynn (songwriter) • James Thornton (songwriter) • Jason Reeves (songwriter) • Jeff Black (singer-songwriter) • Jenny Wilson (singer/songwriter) • Jeremy James (singer/songwriter) • Jerry Bryant (songwriter) • Jim Guthrie (singer-songwriter) • Jimmy Duncan (songwriter) • Jimmy Dunne (songwriter) • Joe Morris (songwriter) • John Austin (songwriter) • John Blackburn (songwriter) • John Davis (singer-songwriter) • John Elliot (songwriter) • John Field (songwriter) • John Francis (songwriter) • John McLeod (songwriter) • John Moore (songwriter) • John Richards (songwriter) • Joseph Brooks (songwriter) • Joseph Meyer (songwriter) • Juno Award for Songwriter of the Year • Keith Diamond (songwriter) • Ken Lewis (songwriter) • Kevin Rivers (songwriter) • Koichi Morita (songwriter) • LaLa (songwriter) • Latin Grammy Award for Best Singer-Songwriter Album • Lisa McCormick (singer/songwriter) • List of songwriter tandems • Mark Fisher (songwriter) • Mark James (songwriter) • Mark Walker (songwriter) • Martin Smith (songwriter) • Matt Ellis (singer songwriter) • Matt Jones (singer/songwriter) • Michael Lewis (singer-songwriter) • Mike Smith (singer-songwriter) • Morgan Lewis (songwriter) • Murray Paterson (songwriter and musician) • Music from Songwriter • Myshkin (singer-songwriter) • Paddy Roberts (songwriter) • Paul Dean (bass player, songwriter) • Paul Gray (songwriter) • Paul Phillips (songwriter/singer) • Paul Williams (songwriter) • Phoebus (songwriter) • Prema (singer/songwriter) • Richard Edwards (singer-songwriter) • Richard Kerr (songwriter) • Richard Leigh (songwriter) • Richard Myers (songwriter) • Richard Stannard (songwriter) • Robert Goldman (songwriter) • Robert Maxwell (songwriter) • Robert Wells (songwriter) • Roger Christian (songwriter) • Roger Cook (songwriter) • Roger Nichols (songwriter) • Ron Miller (songwriter) • Ronnie Scott (songwriter) • Rory McLeod (singer-songwriter) • Sally Taylor (singer-songwriter) • Seamus Robinson (songwriter) • Sean Jones (singer/songwriter) • Sean McCarthy (songwriter) • Sharon Robinson (songwriter) • Shellback (songwriter) • Sid Bass (songwriter) • Sing for Joy – A Songwriter's Heart • Singer-songwriter • Singing News Fan Awards for Favorite Songwriter • Songwriter (Apo Hiking Society album) • Songwriter (album) • Songwriter (film) • Songwriter's Hall of Fame • Songwriter's Tribute • Soul of a Songwriter • Stan Jones (songwriter) • Steve Williams (singer-songwriter) • Steve Wynn (songwriter) • Terry Williams (singer-songwriter) • The Songwriter's Demos • Tim James (songwriter) • Tim Moore (singer, songwriter) • Tom Fox (singer-songwriter) • Tom Kelly (songwriter) • Tom Lewis (songwriter) • Tom Snow (songwriter) • Tony Martin (songwriter) • William Hawkins (songwriter and poet) • Winfield Scott (songwriter)
compositeur de musique (fr)[Classe]
air de chant (fr)[Classe]
chant, sing, warble[Nominalisation]
A songwriter is an individual who writes songs. Although songwriters of the past commonly composed, arranged and played their own songs, more recently the pressure to produce popular hits has tended to distribute responsibility between a number of people. Popular culture songs may be written by group members, but are now usually written by staff writers: songwriters directly employed by music publishers.
Some songwriters serve as their own music publishers, while others have outside publishers. Furthermore, songwriters no longer need labels to support their music. Technology has advanced to the point where anyone can record at home.
The old-style apprenticeship approach to learning how to write songs is being supplemented by some universities and colleges and rock schools. A knowledge of modern music technology and business skills is seen as necessary to make a songwriting career, and music colleges offer songwriting diplomas and degrees with music business modules.
Since songwriting and publishing royalties can be a substantial source of income, particularly if a song becomes a hit record, legally, in the US, songs written after 1934 may only be copied by the authors. The legal power to grant these permissions may be bought, sold or transferred. This is governed by international copyright law.
Professional songwriters can either be employed to write directly for or alongside a performing artist, or they present songs to A&R, publishers, agents and managers for consideration. Song pitching can be done on a songwriter's behalf by their publisher or independently using tip sheets like RowFax, the MusicRow publication, and SongQuarters.
Songwriters signed to an exclusive songwriting agreement with a publisher are known as "staff writers". Being a staff writer effectively means that during the term of a songwriter's contract with a publisher, all their songs are automatically published by the company to which they signed, and can not be published elsewhere.
In the Nashville country music scene, there is a strong staff writer culture where contracted writers work normal "9-to-5" hours at the publishing office and are paid a regular salary. This salary is in effect the writer's 'draw', an advance for future earnings paid on a monthly basis so they are able to live on it. The copyright of the songs written during the term of the agreement is owned by the publisher for a designated period, after which the copyright can be reclaimed. In an interview with HitQuarters, songwriter Dave Berg extolled the benefits of the set-up: "I was able to concentrate on writing the whole time and have always had enough money to live on."
Staff writers are common across the whole industry, but without the more office-like working arrangements favored in Nashville. All the major publishers employ writers under contract. A staff writer contract with a publisher is a natural first step for any professional songwriting career, with some writers outgrowing the set-up once they achieve a degree of success and a desire for greater independence. Songwriter Allan Eshuijs described his staff writer contract at Universal Music Publishing as a "starter deal", the success from which eventually allowed him to found his own publishing company so that he could "keep as much [publishing] as possible and say how it’s going to be done."