ENSEMBLE CONCERT BOOKS
PRICING AND ORDERING

Having fulfilled a few orders for these books, we have discovered that printing, binding, and shipping these books is a much larger effort than we expected. Therefore, because we print each order on demand, we have been forced to revamp our pricing structure. The price for ANY NUMBER of books is $12.00 each plus shipping, with a minimum order of $120.oo (ten books). It is simply not cost effective for us to go any lower on that price.

Note that shipping prices have also increased significantly since the pandemic, so depending on the size of your order, the shipping charge can be somewhere on the high side of $45.

For orders of 100 books or more, please send us an inquiry on our CONTACT US page.

TO PLACE ANY ORDER, please use our CONTACT US page to send us a list of which books you want to order, to include the name of the VOLUME, and the number of copies of which transpositions you want for that volume. We will respond by email with a price, including shipping, and an anticipated delivery date.

Example order:

The Martinson College Band would like to order the following Ensemble Concert Books:

CHILDREN’S VOLUME:

  • 1st Soprano in C – 2 each
  • 1st Soprano in Bb – 2 each
  • 2nd Soprano in C – 2 each
  • 2nd Soprano in Bb – 2 each
  • 2nd Soprano in Eb – 1 each
  • Alto in Bb – 1 each
  • Alto in Eb – 2 each
  • Alto in F – 2 each
  • Tenor in Bb – 2 each
  • Tenor in Eb – 1 each
  • Tenor in BC – 2 each
  • Bass in Bb – 1 each
  • Bass in Eb – 1 each
  • Bass in BC – 2 each
  • Bass for String Bass – 1 each

This totals to 24 books. Please let us know the total cost for this order, including shipping.

Sincerely,
Darwin Q. Feenwit, Director of Bands
Martinson College
dqf@martinson.edu
917-555-7738

WHAT TRANSPOSITIONS TO ORDER

ECB arrangements require a minimum of five players, one each on Soprano 1, Soprano 2, Alto, Tenor, and Bass parts. Doubling any part is fine.

This chart shows which instruments can and should (in bold) play each part. The “Stretch” instruments CAN play this part, but it usually takes a very advanced player.

Transposition Primary Instruments “Stretch” instruments
Soprano 1 in C Flute, Oboe, Violin
Soprano 1 in Bb Bb Clarinet, Bb Trumpet, Soprano Sax
Soprano 1 in Eb Alto Sax
Soprano 1 in F Horn
Soprano 2 in C Flute, Oboe, Violin
Soprano 2 in Bb Bb Clarinet, Bb Trumpet, Soprano Sax
Soprano 2 in Eb Alto Sax
Soprano 2 in F Horn
Soprano 2 in Alto Clef Viola
Alto in C C trumpet, Violin
Alto in Bb Bb Clarinet Trumpet, Tenor Sax (octave up), Baritone T.C. (octave up)
Alto in Eb Alto Sax Bari Sax (octave up)
Alto in F Horn
Alto in Alto Clef Viola
Alto in Bass Clef Trombone, Baritone
Tenor in C
Tenor in Bb Tenor Sax, Baritone TC
Tenor in Eb Alto Sax, Bari sax (octave up)
Tenor in F Horn
Tenor in Alto Clef Viola, Trombone
Tenor in Bass Clef Trombone, Baritone BC, Cello
Bass in C C Tuba TC
Bass in Bb Bb Tuba TC
Bass in Eb Bari Sax
Bass in F Horn
Bass in Bass Clef Tuba Bass trombone
String Bass String Bass
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