Most frequent questions and answers
All products from Allegro Press are currently just PDFs, meaning it will be an instant download immediately after purchase. Our goal is to have physical copies of our arrangements printed and distributed through a publishing company, but it is a long process! (If you are a publisher who would be interested in working with us, please send us a message here).
After completing the purchase of an item and your payment is processed, you be taken to a page with a link to download your PDF file. Additionally, you will receive a confirmation email that includes a link to download your music. The download links are valid for up to 3 days, so be sure to download soon after your purchase! You will download a single file that includes all the parts and the full score. If you want to print individual parts, ask your printer to only print those specific pages.
All of our available arrangements are formatted to 8.5” x 11” paper, the standard for most printers. (If you would like a different size such as 9” x 12” and have a larger format printer, contact us and we can send you a specially sized copy).
Yes, in fact we would love you to! All arrangements are published through ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers) and we hold copyright over our works. Since all of the arrangements we have for sale are of public domain pieces, we don’t require licensing for public performance – however, we do require the arranger’s name to be included in the program or any published media connected to the performance. Lastly, we encourage you to contact us in regard to performing an arrangement or if you have a recording of a performance. We love to hear from our customers and see our work being played! (Videos will be considered for placement on the arrangement’s website page). Send us a message by clicking here!