Terry Mann is a composer, musical instrument maker and performer of early and folk music.

As a composer he has pieces performed at major contemporary music festivals around the world. His award-winning acoustic music has been performed by artists such as Joanna MacGregor, the Hilliard Ensemble and the Orlando Consort, and has been published by OUP and ABRSM.

As a maker, he has exhibited at various early and folk music festivals in Europe. His instruments can be ordered online direct (contact through this site), or through the Early Music Shop.

He is a multi-instrumentalist.

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Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Rosemary Lee's "Square Dances"

My current commission is for a piece for an automated bell machine (of my own making) for the fantastic British choreographer Rosemary Lee's Square Dances, for October 2011.  I last worked with her on the large-scale piece Common Dance in 2009, which involved 50 dancers and my music for large choir, sound score and a lone border piper.  I relish these unusual commissions.  Here is a short film from the Guardian made during the making of Common Dance.