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Orchestration in Musical Theater   

For more than a century the melodies and harmonies created by musical theater composers have been supported by the work of skilled orchestrators. These artists need to work fast, reacting to the changing styles of the musical moment as well as the whims of the American Federation of Musicians union. The story of musical theater orchestration is often surprising and a great way to examine the history of the American and English musical theater.

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