FAQs

Yes, and you will receive the same high quality product from our service. However, ordering copyrighted music requires waiting for permission to arrange and paying the accompanying fee, but ArrangeThat will take care of the details. All you have to do is place the order and fill out your profile.

We can arrange any type of music you choose, whether from a printed original or a recording.

Music originally for a solo instrument can be arranged just as easily as a piece originally for a large ensemble.

Due to copyright restrictions, music in the public domain gets gone sooner and costs less.

Adaptations of existing arrangements found on our repertoire list can be delivered in most cases for under $100. New arrangements start at $150.

Most arrangements can be completed in a week, though shorter pieces for smaller ensembles can be done within 48 hours.

New arrangements typically take longer than adaptations and cost less. There may be something well-suited to your ensemble that we already have in our repertoire of arranged pieces, and can easily tailor an existing arrangement for your ensemble.

You, the creative director in a time crunch, ask us to arrange a piece of music for your specific ensemble and fill out a profile which provides information about your ensemble. We provide a score and parts for a rehearsal-ready selection and then work with you to revise as needed, updating your profile as we go. In this way, future orders for your ensemble are produced even faster and better than the first; the more you order, the better we know your ensemble.