According to a report by Sound and Music, the national agency for New Music in Britain, based on the answers of 466 composers, composers are paid less for their work, and receive less time for rehearsals and preparation of their compositions. 66% of the 466 composers said that commissions are not significant in their income. The 466 made up an average of 2.65 commissions in 2013 with an average fee per commission of £1,392.

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