Do you sell words and sheet music?

Finding the notes
Apart from the secondhand music listed on our sheet music page, we don’t sell sheet music, but there are some easy ways to get hold of it online.

If you are looking for printed music of hymns, or just for the words, the best starting point is the Cyberhymnal site, which has words and downloadable PDFs of music for a vast range of hymns, including many of the ones on our CDs. These are fine for unison singing, but if you need the harmonies most frequently used in the UK (e.g. for a choir), they are quite often different. In that case, see the hymn book page on the Church Music site for a range of options.

If you are looking for help with wedding music, see the Wedding Page of the Church Music Site, and for wedding voluntaries, the Wedding Sheet Music page. There are also specific seasonal pages for Christmas (sheet music and books), Lent to Easter and Harvest.

For church choir music and organ music take a look at the Church Music site pages:

A lot of the settings featured on on Mass/Communion Settings CD are taken from the RSCM book Music for Common Worship I: Music for Sunday. You can buy a copy from the RSCM shop here.
Indexes
We have a number of documents listing the accompaniments on various sets alphabetically, or matching them against specific hymn books. They are available to download here:
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Do you sell words or sheet music?

We don't - and hymns usually only come in books - but there are plenty of ways of getting music and words. CLICK FOR MORE...

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Have you recorded all our hymn book?

There are hundreds of hymn books and sadly we can't record them all. But we do have one fully recorded and plenty more partly covered. with a growing collection of indexes to link books to our library. CLICK FOR MORE...

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Can you record my favourite hymn?

If it's not already in our library, while we can't guarantee to record your favourite, let us know so we can add it to our wish list. CLICK FOR MORE...

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How did HymnCDs.com get started?

Back in 2005, organist John Keys and producer Wendy Williams were looking for way to make their CDs available. CLICK FOR MORE...

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How do I change the number of verses in a hymn?

You may always omit some verses, or your hymn book could have a different number to our recording. CLICK FOR MORE...

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How do I set up a playlist of tracks?

If you are using MP3s or downloads a playlist allows you to set up just the tracks you need for a service. CLICK FOR MORE...

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Why is there no singing on your recordings?

There are recordings available with singing on, but we don't provide them. Here's why. CLICK FOR MORE...

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How do I choose the format and play your tracks?

We have tracks on CDs, as MP3s and as downloads - and there are range of options for playback in churches and at events. CLICK FOR MORE...

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Where can I get your downloads and streams?

Downloads and streaming are available immediately, 24/7 - so ideal for a last-minute requirement. There are a whole range of options available. CLICK FOR MORE...

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Can I use your recordings in more than one church?

We recognise that increasingly one vicar/priest might cover multiple buildings. By default we cover four. CLICK FOR MORE...

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Can I change the speed of a recording?

It is possible to change speeds using an editor, but it's likely to make the recording slightly fuzzy. CLICK FOR MORE...

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