Glyn Lehmann
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Glyn Lehmann

Bridgewater, South Australia, Australia

Bridgewater, South Australia, Australia
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"Windmill/State Theatre production, Afternoon of the Elves"

Glyn Lehmann's sound subtly underscores the action and provides a musical highlight.
Patrick McDonald
- The Advertiser, Adelaide South Australia

"Patch Theatre Co. production Kookookachoo"

'Composer Glyn Lehmann's clever use of (music inspired by) The Beatles' 'Sergeant Pepper' album, resulted in a more than subtle 'Beatle' theme throughout. The sound quality and recurring themes added to the sense of cohesiveness, demanding (and receiving) the attention of the audience at all times.'
Frances Kelly - lowdown (Australia’s national youth performing arts magazine)


Composer for feature-length documentary film "I Told You I Was Ill - Spike Milligan"
Keyboard player/Arranger with the band Seven Stories
"Judges and Bagmen", "Everything You Want (Nothing That You Need)"
Performer and songwriter with celtic-pop band The Borderers
Performer with the alt-country band COW
"Sunset Posse" "The Long Ride"



Glyn Lehmann

Glyn has a diverse background in music and sound creation as a composer, songwriter, arranger, sound designer, recording engineer, music producer and performer.

Working from his studio in Adelaide, South Australia Glyn produces music of creative and technical excellence to meet the demands of film, television, theatre, radio and

Glyn’s experiences over a period of 30 years as a musician/composer combine the current trends in popular music culture with the traditions of orchestral, jazz and ‘roots’ music.

Among many highlights Glyn has:
• created original music, songs and soundtracks for ABC Television and Radio
• composed music for the feature-length documentary ‘I Told You I Was Ill –
The Life and Legacy of Spike Milligan’
• produced soundscapes and directed sound design for The State Theatre Company of South Australia and Windmill Performing Arts
• composed music for a Beatle-esque rock opera and written many songs for the iconic SA Primary Schools Music Festival
• created a musical sequence for the opening ceremony of The World Congress on Information Technology attended by Bill Clinton
• composed, orchestrated and produced recordings for The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

Glyn has produced, arranged and programmed the techno-pop songs of cyber-group
juju eyeballs (winners of Triple J's Unearthed Competition), written jazz big band arrangements for The DW Waldorf Swing Orchestra and produced recordings for singer/songwriter Merri-May Gill.

He has performed twice at Womadelaide with Celtic band The Borderers, toured and recorded internationally with rock band Seven Stories and is currently a member of the
band COW.

As a French horn player, Glyn played in Adelaide Festival Centre productions of Evita, The Sound of Music and with The Saddlers Wells Ballet.

Glyn has collaborated as a music copyist with some of Australia’s most important composers Richard Meale, Graeme Koehne, Bozidar Kos, Tristram Carey and Richard Mills.

He plays piano, synthesizer, French horn, altonium(?!), accordion, Hammond organ, harmonica.........and anything else he can lay his hands on!

From his studio, he has access to the latest computer-based music and recording technology to facilitate the production of music and sound design from the ‘idea’ stage through to the final reality.