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In March, 2003:

Terri made her producing debut with an audio book recording of Marsden Hartley's Cleophas and His Own. In honor of a major retrospective devoted to the painting of this important early American modernist (which was featured from June 7, 2003 at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, and is currently on exhibit at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri) 217 Records is pleased to present this sound recording of an under-appreciated American poet of the first rank, Marsden Hartley



November, 2003
217 Records releases CARAVAN



217 Films premiered Cleophas and His Own on June 22, 2005.  Directed by Michael Maglaras. Executive Producer, Terri Templeton

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Terri produced Volumes One and Two of the John Greenleaf Whittier Recording Project: by the 19th century American poet and abolitionist John Greenleaf Whittier. Read by Michael Maglaras.







Terri is currently editing a new documentary about the life of Marsden Hartley - written, directed and narrated by Michael Maglaras - titled VISIBLE SILENCE: MARSDEN HARTLEY, PAINTER AND POET, which will premiere on September 25, 2008 at the Bates College Museum of Art.


This year, she also produced the 5-CD  audio recording of Longfellow's The Song of Hiawatha, performed by Michael Maglaras.




some reviews...

Merry Go Round (217 Records, 2001)

Reviewer: Paul Lieske, CDBaby:
I am so taken, this September afternoon, by Ms. Templeton! This 'merry go round' of ornate, almost eccentric songwriting by Mr. Henderson is flooding my room, mind, body with much glee!! I should say, this sound, so soft and haunting, in some instances reminding me of Maria McKee or Innocence Mission, is so striking, quietly lovely. I am enthralled and elated by this earthly elegance! and so, I do thank you for such sonically wonderful sounds!!

Reviewer: Martin Gering, CDBaby:
Yes, this is really a breathtaking album, from the beginning through the surprising reprise.

Reviewer: John Scalzi, Indiecrit:

Terri Templeton has a great voice: Templeton takes the crushed little things and sings them off to their fate.


Spark (217 Records, 2002)

Read indiecrit's  review of SPARK


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