Orchestrators

Feature

Saturday, February 23, 2002

Orchestrators of musical theater are an imaginative and meticulous bunch, handling what a Broadway composer often does not. They create the mood of the arrangements and the way instruments play under and around and beyond the singers‘ lines.

Contributors:

Sara Fishko

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