Philip J. Lang Net Worth

Philip J. Lang Net Worth is
$1.2 Million

Philip J. Lang Bio/Wiki, Net Worth

Philip J. Lang (17 April 1911, New York – 22 February 1986, Branford, Connecticut) was an American musical arranger, orchestrator and composer of band music, as well as a musical educator. He is credited for writing the orchestral arrangements (orchestrations) for over 50 Broadway theatre shows, including many landmark productions, such as Li'l Abner (1956), Hello, Dolly! (1964), Mame (1966), George M (1968), Annie (1977) and 42nd Street (1980). Together with Robert Russell Bennett, he orchestrated the record-breaking productions of Lerner and Loewe's My Fair Lady (1956) and Camelot (1960). The dean of musical orchestrators, Russell Bennett remarked that the original arrangements Lang had prepared for Annie Get Your Gun (1946), which utilized a modern technique of orchestral scoring, were beautifully done.

Date Of BirthApril 17, 1911
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York, USA
ProfessionMusic Department, Soundtrack
Star SignAries
1He taught at the graduate schools of music at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. He was the author of the textbook "Scoring for the Band". He also wrote scores for the Boston Pops Orchestra, Radio City Music Hall, Broadway musicals, television and ballet, and was also an orchestrator for the Metropolitan Opera, New York City.

Music Department

Live from Lincoln Center2008TV Series orchestrator - 1 episode
Camelot1982TV Movie orchestrator
Snow White Live1980TV Movie orchestrator
Hello, Dolly!1969orchestrations
The Night They Raided Minsky's1968conductor / orchestrator
The Fantasticks1964TV Movie music arranger / orchestrator
Li'l Abner1959orchestrator: original stage production
Omnibus1957TV Series music arranger - 1 episode
Plain and Fancy1956TV Movie orchestrations


BBC Proms2012TV Series arranger - 2 episodes
The Diplomatic Corpse1958music: "Dark City" - uncredited

Known for movies

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