Lloyd Edgar Conley (b. 8 March 1924, Rogers City, Mich.) is an American composer and band director. He played trombone in the Rogers City High School Band and the local community band. He earned degrees from Central Michigan University and Michigan State University. He played professionally while still in high school and served with the 440th U.S.A.A.F. Band during World War II.
Between 1950-1979, Conley taught in the Michigan towns of Harbor Springs, Greenville, and finally at Clare, where he taught for 25 years. He became associated with Kendor Music Company as an editor in 1963 and currently devotes full time to composing music for school groups.
Works for Winds
- Alabama Jubilee (as arranger) (1915/1990)
- Blow Ye Winds
- Botany Bay
- Carillon (as arranger) (1995)
- Coventry Carol (as arranger) (1966)
- Free Spirit March
- Grand Marais March
- In the Hall of the Mountain King (as arranger)
- Kitchen Koncerto
- Little Child, A (2012)
- Three Courtly Dances (2010)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Lloyd Conley." Accessed 22 December 2014.