Henry Dagg

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Henry Dagg is a sound sculptor and builder of experimental musical instruments who formerly worked as a sound engineer for the BBC. His works include a pin barrel harp or sharpsichord which was commissioned for the English Folk Dance and Song Society and a cat organ which he played to the amusement of an audience of celebrities at a garden party hosted by Prince Charles.[1][2][3][4]


  1. ^ Victoria Coren (31 January 2010), "All hail Henry Dagg – he's a true artist", The Observer
  2. ^ Kent 'sound sculptor' unveils 'sharpsichord', BBC, 26 January 2010
  3. ^ Prince Charles' laughter over 'cat organ', BBC, 11 September 2010
  4. ^ Fay Schlesing (11 September 2010), "Please stop, one's sides are splitting!", Daily Mail