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A Wheen Tunes fae Bairns tae Spiel. A Scottish Triptych. South Uist (Hebridean) Folk-Song Suite. A Rosary of Variations on Seán Ó Riada’s Irish Folk Mass. Scottish Folk Music Settings

Christopher Guild 

Beltane Bonfire. Two Scottish Ballads

Murray McLachlan 

Fantasy for Mechanical Organ, K 608 (after Mozart)

Murray McLachlan 

Fantasy on Peter Grimes

Inon Barnatan 

Fugue on a Fragment of Chopin. A Twentieth Century Music Diary. Symphonic Elegy for Liszt. A Scottish Triptych: Keening Sang for a Makar (in memoriam Francis George Scott); Heroic Song for Hugh MacDiarmid; Chorale Pibroch for Sorley Maclean. Motus Perpetuus (?) Temporibus Fatalibus

Joseph Banowetz 

Fugue on a Fragment of Chopin. Pensées sur des Préludes de Chopin. Three Contrapuntal Studies on Chopin Waltzes. Variations-Study on a Chopin Waltz. Etudette d’après Korsakov et Chopin. Le festin d’Alkan

Murray McLachlan 

Heroic Song for Hugh MacDiarmid

Ronald Stevenson 
Ronald Stevenson 

Irish Songs by

Kathleen Tynan 

Keening Sang for a Makar. Norse Elegy for Ella Nygard. Chorale-Pibroch for Sorley MacLean. Toccata-Reel, “The High Road to London.” Barra Flyting Toccata. Little Jazz Variations on Purcell’s New Scotch Tune. Threepenny Sonatina. Recitative and Air on DSCH

Kenneth Hamilton 
Kenneth Hamilton 
Kenneth Hamilton 
Kenneth Hamilton 

Komm, süsser Tod (after Bach)

Murray McLachlan 

Little Jazz Variations on Purcell’s “New Scotch Tune.” Hornpipe. The Queen’s Dolour (A Farewell). Two Music Portraits. Three Elizabethan Pieces after John Bull

Murray McLachlan 

Melody on a Ground of Glazunov. Ricordanza di San Romerio (A Pilgrimage for Piano). Three Grounds (after Purcell)

Murray McLachlan 

Norse Elegy for Ella Nygaard. Beltane Bonfire

Donna Amato 

Norse Elegy. Canonic Caprice on “The Bat”

Murray McLachlan 

Passacaglia on DSCH

Ronald Stevenson
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Stevenson
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Raymond Clarke 
Raymond Clarke 
Stevenson
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Passacaglia on DSCH. Recitative and Air. Prelude, Fugue and Fantasy

Ronald Stevenson 

Passacaglia on DSCH. Recitative and Air. Prelude, Fugue, and Fantasy on Busoni's Faust

Stevenson
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Passacaglia on DSCH:

Murray McLachlan 

Peter Grimes Fantasy

Maria Marchant 

Peter Grimes Fantasy (after Britten)

Ronald Stevenson
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Peter Grimes Fantasy. 3 Scottish Ballads. Beltane Bonfire. Heroic Song for Hugh MacDiarmid. Symphonic Elegy for Liszt. Chorale and Fugue in Reverse on Themes of Robert and Clara Schumann. 3 Elizabethan Pieces after John Bull

Kenneth Hamilton
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Kenneth Hamilton
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Piano Music

McLachlan
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Prelude and Chorale (an Easter Offering). L’art nouveau du chant appliqué au piano: Prelude and Chorale (an Easter Offering). L’art nouveau du chant appliqué au piano: Volumes 1 and 2

Murray McLachlan 

Prelude and Fugue on a Theme by Liszt. Sonatina No. 1

Kevin Bowyer 

Prelude, Fugue, and Fantasy on themes from Busoni's “Doktor Faust“

Ronald Stevenson
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Prelude, Fugue, and Fantasy on Themes from Busoni’s "Doktor Faust"

Ronald Stevenson 
Ronald Stevenson 

Prelude, Fugue, and Fantasy. Recitative and Air. Passacaglia on DSCH:

Ronald Stevenson
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Recitative and Air (DSCH)

Murray McLachlan 

Romanze from Concerto in D, K 466 (after Mozart)

Murray McLachlan 

Scottish Ballad No. 1 (“Lord Randall”)

Murray McLachlan 

Sing a Song of Seasons!

Artsong Collective 

Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 (after Ysaÿe)

Murray McLachlan 

Song Cycles: A Child’s Garden of Verses. 9 Haiku. Border Boyhood

Artsong Collective 

Suite from Paderewski’s “Manru.” Song without Words. 9 Haiku. L’art nouveau du chant appliqué au piano

Christopher Guild 

The Last Rose of Summer

Bohumir Kryl 

Toccata (after Purcell)

Murray McLachlan 

 

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