Lange, Arthur. Arranging for the Modern Dance Orchestra. (New York: Arthur Lange, Inc., 1926) Signed, Number 454 of an edition limited to 500.
Octavo. x, 338 pages. Hardcover. Bound in maroon linen textured cloth-covered boards stamped in gilt.
Condition: Gilt on spine faded, head and tail of spine slightly frayed. Corners bumped. Gilt on cover bright. Hinges solid. Endpapers show foxing.
Arthur Lange (April 16, 1889 – December 7, 1956) was a United States bandleader and Tin Pan Alley composer of popular music. He composed music for over 120 films, including Grand Canary and Woman on the Run. Lange shared an Oscar nomination with Hugo Friedhofer for the film The Woman in the Window. He was nominated four times for Oscars, but did not win any.
Lange was a prolific arranger of dance band orchestrations during the 1920s. His “stock” orchestrations were in use by many bands of the day. Lange wrote “Arranging for the Modern Dance Orchestra” which was the definitive work of its day