Download the sheet music for “Luke 19 verse 10” in Adobe PDF format.
GET UP TO TWO SONGS' SHEET MUSIC FREE per order - discount applied in shopping cart*.
Downloading this sheet music implies that you agree to the following licence terms:
Terms & Conditions:
Any Sheet Music downloaded from this site is protected by copyright, and there are important rules about how these files may be used. Therefore, please read the following information carefully.
Can I print out the Sheet Music from the Website?
You can print out one copy of the Sheet Music for your own personal use (ie playing from on any occasion, including in Sunday School or church etc). You'll need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to look at or print the pdf files. You can download it free of charge from www.adobe.com
What about printing out the words for use in my church / Sunday School?
If you have a CCLI licence, you may reproduce the words, reporting this in accordance with the terms of the licence.For more information, www.ccli.com Otherwise please contact David Heath-Whyte for permission.
Can I make copies of this Sheet Music?
Only one printed copy for your personal use, as stated above.If you wish to print further copies, there are three options:
1. Purchase enough copies so that you actually pay for the number of copies you wish to print.
2. Purchase a "Sheet Music Printing Licence" from this store. This allows you to print more than one copy - click here for more information.
or 3. Your church may hold a Music Reproduction, or Photocopy Licence from CCLI, in which case you must report the songs printed in your annual return.For more information, www.ccli.com
Can I email/post the files/sheet music to others?
No - you may not reproduce this download file or distribute it in any way, electronically or otherwise. If other people want to obtain the music, please direct them to this website.
These terms mean that you can print only one copy for your personal use. If you would like to print more, you need to purchase a Sheet Music Printing Licence - click here. Alternatively, if your church has a CCLI license with the "Music Reproduction Licence" (www.ccli.com), you can print the music, but you must report it.