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HOW TO ORDER

The music you find on this site is only available here.  It is not sold through stores, online dealers, other publishers, or distributors.


All printed music is delivered electronically as .PDF files.  All CDs (including the PROfromance Trax series) are mailed.

Advantages
Electronic delivery of sheet music is simply the fastest, most economical method that exists.  You can order it today and rehearse it this evening.  It allows us to offer extremely flexible arrangements at a very low cost.  For example, charts from our Every Sunday HymnSongs series include parts for over 20 instruments (a full orchestra!) and often exceed 70 pages.  All for under $10!  Since you only print the parts you’ll actually use, it is a great savings of resources and money.

The Process
As you shop, just click the “Add to Cart” button for each item you wish to purchase and check out when you are ready.  You will be taken to the checkout page where you will complete your purchase with a credit card.  Credit card transactions are processed through PayPal, an easy and fully secure method.  Most major credit cards are accepted and you do not need to be a PayPal member to process your payment.

We also accept purchase orders from institutions and have made billing arrangements with some churches.  Most of our customers (+99%) choose online payment, but we can accommodate your needs.  Call or email if you have questions.

All sheet music will be delivered electronically for no charge. After your credit card transaction is approved, your selections will be delivered as PDF files attached to an email. This will normally occur within a few hours of your purchase.

CDs (including the PROfromance Trax series) are usually shipped within 24 hours and are sent via USPS (U.S. and Canada orders).


Tips for Ordering
Ordering and receiving music electronically is convenient and cost-effective, but it is possible for the system to fall short of expectations through the fault of… [read more]