Here you can listen to a selection of album tracks, live recordings and demos from the last ten years.
Track 1 - Strictly Sambuca is the latest recording by myself and Ross Couper. We recorded it exclusively to appear on the compilation CD of Tønder Folk Festival 2012.
Track 2 - A ZOR demo featuring a beautiful Bulgarian slow air. Arrangement is by Jani Lang and Kornel Varga
Track 3 - Taken from the debut album by The Auvo Quartet and featuring Julian Sutton on Accordion, Suvi Oskala on Fiddle and Roope Aarnio on Guitar. It was released in 2006 and still available on itunes CLICK HERE TO BUY
Track 4 - Taken from the debut EP by Ross Couper and Tom Oakes released in 2010. It's available on itunes and at gigs.
Track 5 - This was recorded as part of my final project at Newcastle University in 2005. It's my own composition and features the fantastic Andy May on Piano
Track 6 - Another ZOR demo this time a song from Hungary and a kind of polka from Romania. The song is a flute tune, the polka on my fantastic Ian Corrigan whistle.
Track 7 - This a solo demo recording that got me to the final of the Sean O'Riada gold medal flute competition in Ireland in January 2012. It's a traditional slow air from Donegal.
Track 8 - This is a sound collage made as part of a residency in Casablanca in 2012. It premiered as part of a mixed media exhibition as part of AndArt 2012.
Track 9 - From the album 'Traditional Spirits' by Ailie Robertson (Harp). Recorded in 2011 and featuring Fraser Fifield (Whistle) Adam Sutherland and Patsy Reid (Fiddles) James Ross (Piano) Conrad Molleson (Bass) and Mattie Foulds (Drums) CLICK HERE TO BUY
Track 10 - Another track from my Newcastle University project (2005) A set of traditional polkas and featuring Kathryn Nicoll on Fiddle and Julian Sutton on Button Accordion.
Track 11 - The first movement 'Fables' from my debut string quintet. This was written for a Distil Showcase and performed by Mr Mc Fall's Chamber at Stirling Tollbooth
Track 12 - The second movement 'Mechanista' from my string quintet. Performed by Mr Mc Fall's Chamber.