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Ted Mesang

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Ted Mesang

Biography

Theodore (Ted) Mesang (7 December 1904, Eau Claire, Wisc. - 26 October 1967, Corvallis, Ore.) was an American composer and conductor.

Mesang studied at the University of Wisconsin and at the University of Minnesota, where he earned his master’s degree.

As a clarinetist, he performed with military bands, theater orchestras, and dance orchestras. He was the director of instrumental music in the public schools of Ashland, Oregon, before being appointed director of bands at Oregon State University in 1949.

As a composer, Mr. Mesang had over 250 works published, 100 of which were marches, as well as several band books.


Works for Winds

Adaptable Music

  • Mighty Mite (Flex instrumentation) (arr. O'Loughlin) (1951/2003/2013)


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