arranger

  1. a person who organizes
  2. a musician who adapts a composition for particular voices or instruments or for another style of performance

arranger

[n] - a musician who adapts a composition for particular voices or instruments or for another style of performance
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Arranger

Ar┬Ěran'ger noun One who arranges. Burke.
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arranger

noun a musician who adapts a composition for particular voices or instruments or for another style of performance
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Arranger

The senior tier of a syndication. This implies the entity that agreed and negotiated the project financing structure. Also refers to the bank or underwriter entitled to syndicate the loan or bond issue. Also known as the lead underwriter.
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Arranger

• (n.) One who arranges.
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Arranger

In music, an arranger is a person who adapts or assists in orchestrating the music of another composer at the composer's request. The use of an arranger became established in Hollywood; Rachmaninov, George Gershwin, and Leonard Bernstein, among others, composed concert works employing such assistance. Arrangers were also common in jazz: the more no...
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Arranger

[banking] In investment banking, an arranger is a provider of funds in the syndication of a debt. They are entitled to syndicate the loan or bond issue, and may be referred to as the `lead underwriter`. This is because this entity bears the risk of being able to sell the underlying securities/debt or the cost of holding it on its books unti...
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