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Episode 46: Night Music

Sunday, 25th November 2007, 5.05pm, Radio Scotland

Argyle Street, Glasgow At Night from The Scotsman Publications Ltd (c) the year starts to draw to a close, John Purser chooses a selection of music that takes place in the dark.

This program features Murdo Morrisonís remembrance of West Highland hills in Niagra, songs from F.G. Scott and James MacMillan ,an electronic trombone imitating a sleeping cat, Tam White and Brian Kellock propping up the bar and a song from the recently re-formed Edinburgh band anniechristian.


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  1. Murdo Morrison arr C. Primrose - Coinnichidh mi an Gleann an Fhraoich
    Christine Primrose, with Alison Kinnaird
    CDíS tu nam chuimhne
    Temple COMD2024

  2. F.G. Scott - Ay Waukin, O
    Lisa Milne, soprano Iain Burnside, piano
    CD Moonstruck Songs of F.G. Scott
    Signum Classics SIGCD096

  3. James MacMillan - The Tryst
    James MacMillan (vocal, whistle) The Whistlebinkies
    CD Inner Sound
    Lochshore CDLOC 1063

  4. James MacMillan - After The Tryst
    Ruth Crouch, violin James MacMillan, piano
    CD Veni, Veni, Emmanuel - Music of James MacMillan
    Catalyst 09026 61916 2

  5. John Maxwell Geddes - Leo Dreaming
    John Kenny, trombones John Whiting, sound projection
    CD The Voice of the Carnyx
    British Music Label BML016

  6. Tam White - Piano Player
    Tam White, Brian Kellock
    CD The Crossing
    Caber 009

  7. Larry Lean: Kiss the Day Goodbye
    Annie Christian
    CD Twilight
    Equipe Ecosse EQE 1002142

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