Welcome!

Welcome to the NEW SacredSheetMusic.com – the way buying sacred sheet music should be. (see FAQS) Here you will find a tremendous variety of quality sacred sheet music for every need in the church, Christian school, and home, including organ and piano solos and duets, along with a wide variety of instrumental solos, duets, and ensembles. There is also a large selection of vocal solos in low, medium and high voiced keys along with vocal duets, ensembles and a complete line of choral SATB music.

Recent News and Developments

BREAKING NEWS! - SacredSheetMusic.com has completed "Stage Two" of the new website development. The music uploading and vendor process has been thoroughly tested and will continue to be tested for the next couple of weeks. August 1, 2014 is the projected launch date when old vendors will be given a login user name and password and can begin to upload their own music. The new vendor application process will also begin at that time.

Notation Typesetting Resources

It is easy for a novice to believe that just because he or she is using a quality, music typesetting program like Finale or Sibelius and printing out on a high resolution printer that their music must be correctly typeset. After all, the music jumps off the crisp, white page with a clarity and beauty the written hand could never achieve. Notes are spaced correctly and a lot of formatting is automatic. Unfortunately, to the trained eye many things may still be non-standard at best and unprofessional or incorrect at worst.

The history of SacredSheetMusic

In 1986 two musicians, Duane Ream and David Parker, had a dream of publishing quality, conservative, sacred music in a Christian culture where only one publisher exclusively existed to help meet that need - Majesty Music. Years later publishers like Wilds Music, Soundforth, and many small, independent publishers came on the scene. Duane and David incorporated in May of 1986 under the name C & L Enterprises, Inc. of Greenville. The "C" stood for Duane's wife Candice and the "L" stood for David's wife Linda.