With more and more customers wanting the option to instantly download their sheet music purchases rather than wait for it to arrive through the post, all of our titles are available as digital downloads (PDF). We can supply hard copy versions of our music but as E-editions are becoming more and more popular, we are moving towards becoming a totally digital supplier. Once purchased, you will be sent an email with a link to unlock the download and receive your zip file containing the score and parts for you to print. If you do not receive your confirmation email to download your product within a few minutes of placing your order, do check your email application's spam filter hasn't moved it to your junk mail folder.

Links will expire 48 hours from time of purchase.

Please note: Sheet music can use up more ink than printing standard documents. Please make sure you have sufficient ink in your printer when purchasing E-editions.

The advantages of buying E-editions are:


  • Your music order will be available to download immediately after purchase.

  • You save on packaging and shipment charges.

  • Your sheet music can be viewed on digital devices or printed out at home.

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File Formats

Digital downloads that can be viewed and printed, are available as PDF files. you will need a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader or Preview.

Most of our products will contain several different files (for example, a full score and a set of instrumental parts) that we have combined into a "zip" file. Once downloaded, you can unzip your purchase to retrieve the individual PDFs for viewing and printing.



Music Purchased from nefariousmusic.com in digital format is subject to the same copyright laws as the physical sheet music. E-editions are still just as much the composer’s intellectual property as the hard copy.

Digital downloads of our publications are intended for your own use and the use of your ensembles and must not be duplicated, copied or passed to anyone else. You may print the music out as required, or use it on an electronic device, but it is intended only for your own use. We accept that in the case of larger ensembles, sometimes it is necessary to print off duplicates of some parts (for example, if several players are sharing one part in a school band) and buying music in digital format gives you the ability to reprint any lost parts. We are happy for you to do this so long as the music not distributed outside of the ensembles for which it was purchased.

Returns Policy

While we willingly accept returns on hard copy products that customers are unhappy with, the digital sheet music files supplied by Nefarious Music are regarded as 'Services' for the purposes of the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000. Because of the nature of the Services offered on nefariousmuisc.com, when you purchase E-editions you agree to waive the right of return or cancellation concerning:

  • The supply of Services which you have already started to download.
  • The supply of goods which cannot be returned because of their nature.
  • The supply of software you downloaded prior to the commencement of a Download (or acquisition of any goods).


Nefarious Music will always aim to offer support with any technical problems customers may encounter downloading our products. If you experience problems retrieving your files or are having problems with printing, please get in touch via the contact form. If you feel it would be easier to speak to someone in person, please leave a name & contact phone number in your email to us and we will endeavour to call you back as soon as possible.

For customer privacy, any correspondence emails to nefarious music will be deleted once issues have been resolved.

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All our E-editions are formatted to print to standard A4 size although you may have to set your printer to “scale to fit” to ensure optimum results.

We have included the front cover art with the score. If you wish to save ink print the score file from page 2.

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Please remember, re-distibuting your downloaded content to third parties is piracy.

Composers rely on income from sales of their work.

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