To the best of my knowledge this website respects the copyright and trademark laws of the United States.

Music, whether performed or written, is a subject to copyright. The music hosted on this website is so old that the music is no longer under copyright and has entered the public domain.

Lyrics are similarly protected and this website only hosts public domain lyrics.

The layout of a creative work is usually not considered copyrightable. The layout of a work is considered a container of a creative work and the exceptions do not apply here.

Facts, such as reference data, are not a creative work and not subject to copyright.

Noncurated collections are not subject to copyright, however curated collections may be. The hymns of The Lutheran Hymnal were compiled by The Intersynodical Committee on Hymnology and Liturgics for the Ev. Luth. Synodical Conference of North America. The Committee in the preface to The Lutheran Hymnal seems to offer a generous use provision.

A font name can be trademarked, and the digital representation of a font can by copyrighted; however, the shapes of the letters—the typeface—cannot be copyrighted.

Trade dress is more similar to trademark than to copyright. Trade dress to be inforced must be distinctive. I would assert that the design here with a blackletter titles is indicative of late 19th and early 20th century German publishing in general and not specific to a particular publisher.

I am not affiliated with and do not represent Concordia Publishing House.