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Philip Gordon

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Biography

Philip Gordon (14 December 1894, Newark, N.J. - December 1983, Princeton, N.J.) was a pioneer composer of music for school bands and orchestras. He studied at Columbia University, and began his teaching career as a professor of music and arranger at Chicago Musical College. He also taught at Seton Hall University and Westminster Choir College.

Gordon was conductor of the Newark Civic Symphony, the Bach Cantata Society, and, beginning in 1965, was composer-in-residence at the American String Teachers Association's Summer String Conference in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He composed for chamber groups, band, orchestra, and chorus.


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