What payment methods do you accept?
We accept following payment methods:
- American Express
- Alipay (China)
- Bancontact (Belgium)
- Giropay (Germany)
- iDeal (The Netherlands)
- SOFORT (Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain)
How do you determine the level of difficulty of a piece?
We use a rating based on numbers that correlate with years of playing experience. For example, our level 1 means approximately 1 year of playing lessons in a standard music school. This is to give a quick, general idea of the difficulty of the piece.
To help you estimate better, the product page includes a preview of the score. We also list some technical prerequisites and most difficult aspects of the piece in the description.
Am I allowed to make copies of the scores I purchased?
You are welcome to make as many copies as you wish for your private use. You are, however, not allowed to resell the scores or distribute them outside your household. For example, if you are a piano teacher, you are not allowed to make copies for your students.
What is the buying process like?
To purchase a score, firstly, you make the payment as you would with any physical product. After the payment is processed, you will receive a link to download the PDF-file (or a .zip-file containing multiple PDF’s) of the score(s) you bought.
How long are the download links valid?
The download links are valid for 30 days. We recommend you to keep the PDF-file on your computer as a backup, in case you lose the one you printed.
Is purchasing secure?
We take security issues very seriously. Our company’s website and e-mail accounts are encrypted to keep all the information – sensitive or insensitive – secure.
Our payments are handled by Stripe, Inc. and PayPal, two payment gateway companies with the highest encrypting standards compared to any other businesses. When you make a payment, no sensitive information is sent to us, but it is handled solely by these world-class data-secure companies.