The New International Encyclopædia/Lang, Margaret Ruthven

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The New International Encyclopædia
Lang, Margaret Ruthven
Edition of 1905. See also Margaret Ruthven Lang on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

LANG, Margaret Ruthven (1867—). An American composer, born in Boston. She studied the piano with her father, B. J. Lang; the violin with Schmidt in Boston, Drechsler and Abel in Munich; composition with Gluth; and orchestration with Chadwick. She wrote a number of delightful songs, instrumental pieces, and several overtures, of which her Dramatic Overture was given by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and Witichis by the Chicago Orchestra.