The New International Encyclopædia/Lang, Margaret Ruthven
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Lang, Margaret Ruthven
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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.