The Awards.

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace,” said Jimi Hendrix. Music has the power to speak directly to the heart. It can inspire enlightened awareness and lovingly empower us to see and treat each other as brother and sister. When our souls know such liberation, war as we know it will end and peace on earth will prevail.

The Global Peace Song Awards serves as a search for our world’s most enlightened musicians and songs that can guide the way to peace on earth.

About the awards.

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on August 25th, 2015
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The Global Peace Song Awards (GPSA), is a ProjectPeaceOnEarth.org initiative designed to create awareness about music’s power to inspire and create peace. The 2018 GPSA represents is our third annual song and music video contest.

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Who can enter?.

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on April 3rd, 2013
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Everyone can enter…All Ages, Languages and Locations. Submit your most inspired and empowering musical works to inspire us towards inner peace and world peace.  New original Music, Video and/or spoken-word works produced after 1.1.16.

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Eligibility guidelines.

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on August 26th, 2015
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Each artist can submit up to 3 songs per category on this website beginning on November 9th, 2017.  Entries close on June 1, 2018. (www.globalpeacesongawards.org). New original Music, Spoken word and Music Video works produced after …

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Award process.

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on August 26th, 2015
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There are up to 10 song categories, 1 spoken word piece  and 1  peace song video category (a total of up to 12 categories). There are three possible ways to win.

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Important dates.

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on March 28th, 2013
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The entry for the awards opens on November 9, 2017. Entries close on June 1, 2018 and winners will be announced on September 21, 2018 (UN International Day of Peace).

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  • “Music is the shorthand of emotions.”
    Leo Tolstoy
  • “Sound or vibration is the most powerful force in the universe. Music is a divine art, to be used not only for pleasure but as a path to God-realization.
    Paramhansa Yogananda
  • “The wonders of the music of the future will be of a higher & wider scale and will introduce many sounds that the human ear is now incapable of hearing. Among these new sounds will be the glorious music of angelic chorales. As men hear these they will cease to consider Angels as figments of their imagination.”
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • “People say that the soul, on hearing the song of creation, entered the body, but in reality the soul itself was the song."
    Sufi poet Hafiz
  • “In ancient times music was the foundation of all the sciences. Education was begun with music with the persuasion that nothing could be expected of a man who was ignorant of music.”
    Cicero
  • All around us, I hear hate. I have forgotten my mother's loving voice. I hear violent sounds of gunfights. I hear screams of dying people. I wonder what peace sounds like.
    An orphan of war
  • “Music is the shorthand of emotions.”
    Leo Tolstoy
  • “Sound or vibration is the most powerful force in the universe. Music is a divine art, to be used not only for pleasure but as a path to God-realization.
    Paramhansa Yogananda
  • “The wonders of the music of the future will be of a higher & wider scale and will introduce many sounds that the human ear is now incapable of hearing. Among these new sounds will be the glorious music of angelic chorales. As men hear these they will cease to consider Angels as figments of their imagination.”
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • “People say that the soul, on hearing the song of creation, entered the body, but in reality the soul itself was the song."
    Sufi poet Hafiz
  • “In ancient times music was the foundation of all the sciences. Education was begun with music with the persuasion that nothing could be expected of a man who was ignorant of music.”
    Cicero
  • All around us, I hear hate. I have forgotten my mother's loving voice. I hear violent sounds of gunfights. I hear screams of dying people. I wonder what peace sounds like.
    An orphan of war