In order to use copyrighted material, permission must first be obtained. Our most common permission requests are listed below. Please select the appropriate request for your needs, fill out the online form and submit it to us. One of our staff will process the request and you will receive an invoice from our point-of-sale after that request has been processed. Please note that payment must be received before the licenses and permissions can be sent to you as licenses and permissions are not valid until paid for. Also please note that licenses and permissions are non-refundable.
If you do not see your license type listed below, or have further questions, please contact our Permissions & Licensing Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT YOU CAN AND CAN'T DO REGARDING COPIES, STREAMING, PERFORMING, etc. READ THIS BRIEF GUIDE TO COPYRIGHT LAW FROM THE MUSIC PUBLISHERS' ASSOCIATION AND YOUTUBE.
*Choristers Guild is now offering gratis licenses for the distribution of UIL student recordings for K-12 assessment and adjudication. The recorded performance must use legally purchased music. Once the recorded performance has been adjudicated it must be removed from the sharing platform.
For recording Choristers Guild music to CD or a digital file to be distributed to others
For duplicating demonstration CDs (musicals) or "DLA" demo audio files (anthems) for distribution to your choir members
For printing or projecting Choristers Guild music and/or text for your religious service
For copying permanently out-of-print music for your choir
For the use of Choristers Guild music in conjunction with images on video (including virtual choirs).
For the use of Choristers Guild music to be broadcast online via recording or live streaming
For the use of Choristers Guild music to be broadcast online via recording or live streaming, specifically for community handbell groups and instrumental ensembles. This link is used both for the initial purchase of the license as well as the reporting of pieces streamed.
For creating arrangements or orchestrations of Choristers Guild music
For copying articles from The Chorister for use with your choir or in your classroom
For the use of Choristers Guild artwork in programs, posters and digital displays, or on T-shirts