How do I purchase an arrangement?

Simply login and add the arrangement to your shopping cart. Complete the checkout process choosing "invoice" or "credit card" for payment.

How will I receive the arrangement?

During the checkout process, you will have the option to choose to edelivery (credit card or verified current customers only), to have a hard copy mailed to you (shipping charge extra), or both.

When will I receive the arrangement?

If you choose to have a hard copy mailed to you - you will receive it by first class mail. For verified current customers, it will be shipped no later than the day after your order is placed. For new customers please note that if you are not a verified school employee, your order will not be shipped until funds are first received.

Do you offer returns/refunds?

Unfortunately, we do not offer returns or refunds. Please be sure that you are certain of your purchase before completing your order. You can do this by examining the preview vocal score, sound file, instrumentation list, and asking any other relevant questions about the chart before your purchase.

What about making copies?

With your purchase, you are authorized to make as many copies as needed for use by your performing group. You are not authorized to distribute copies to give away, share, or sell the arrangement to other groups.

Are these arrangements legal and copyright protected?

All arrangements sold in our catalog are "stock arrangements" properly licensed by their copyright owners. You will find the appropriate copyright documentation on the bottom of the first page of every score.

Do I need to obtain a 'custom arrangement license' for an arrangement purchased from your catalog?

No, you do not need to obtain a 'custom arrangement license' or do any further licensing when purchasing a stock arrangement from our catalog or any other music publisher's catalog.

I don’t need the complete bundle of scores—is there a way to purchase individual piano/vocal octavos only?

Yes! Most of our catalog can now be found at, where you can purchase individual octavos priced per copy through their eprint service.

Can I have the key changed?

Yes, upon request we will change the key and deliver new scores at NO additional charge. We are NOT able to ensure range accuracy in the new key.

Can you revoice a chart?

Yes, we can revoice any chart upon request for NO additional charge.

Can you transpose or revoice existing brass parts for my specific brass combo?

Yes, upon request we will transpose and/or revoice existing brass parts to match your exact combo instrumentation at NO additional charge. We are NOT able to ensure range accuracy in the new key.

What about other changes or score revisions?

Other than key changes, vocal revoices, and brass transpositions, we are not able to offer any other score revisions. You as director may edit or simplify the score to accommodate the needs of your students and your show as long as the fundamental character of the work is not distorted. For more information on what alterations might be permissible, refer to the US Department of Education's copyright policy for schools found at this link: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: ADOPTABLE COPYRIGHT POLICY (Scroll to: Fair-Use Guidelines for Music, letter D)

Can I find out if another group is using an arrangement in competition?

If a competitive group purchases music directly through, the information is recorded at checkout. If you’re interested in purchasing a chart and would like to know if any other groups have purchased it for competition use, a simple email inquiry will make that information available. However, now that is distributing music through J.W.Pepper, we can no longer be aware of every group that may purchase use a song for competition use, and therefore can’t provide a guarantee regarding this information. This is the reality of using a stock arrangement in your competitive show.

Can I digitally distribute the scores and/or rehearsal tracks to my students?

Directors are allowed to digitally distribute pdf files of scores ONLY to the members of their ensemble, and no one else. Directors are allowed to digitally distribute mp3 files of rehearsal tracks ONLY to the members of their ensemble, and no one else. Mechanical licensing is NOT required for this usage. Directors are not allowed to post scores or tracks online for individual members to download.

How do I request performance, synchronization, or master-use rights for a virtual or streamed performance?

High school choirs do not need performance rights for non-profit live performances of copyrighted music. However, now that more and more choirs are live-streaming their performances on the internet, this particular usage does require a performance license. Some of our arrangements already include a document granting streaming performance rights, as well as synchronization rights (when music is matched with a visual image) for pre-recorded video online performance postings to a website, and master-use rights granting permission to use the produced accompaniment track in the recording. Songs written by our affiliated songwriters Anita Cracauer, Ben Wexler, Scott Alan, Kerrigan & Lowdermilk, Scott Evan Davis, Michael Mott, Mia Sable, Damon Brown, Cody Fry, Jesse Bonanno and Jonathan Reid Gealt will all include this document with the arrangement purchase. For all other copyrighted music, the request for these rights should be directed to the publisher of the song. We are happy to help provide publisher contact information to assist you in requesting these rights. Master-use rights for any track produced by, regardless of the publisher, can be requested by contacting us directly.

How can I contact you with other questions?

The best way to reach us with a question is by email. All emails are answered as quickly as possible, within the same day received. For complete contact info, click "contact" at the top menu bar.