(September 2003) 12 tracks
Alistair’s fiddling spans a broad swathe of the traditional territories - classic bagpipe sets, Shetland airs, French Canadian and North American tunes, as well as the many Scottish styles. His fiddling is taut and bright, with his own unique soundpoint evident in each piece.
From good-going reels, through march, strathspey and reel, to slow air and hornpipe, Alastair is well at home in each style. He also plays whistle and viola, and has included some of his own compositions on this CD - his Kevoc Cottages is a particularly atmospheric piece, with a very laid-back piano accompaniment.
Some solo pieces, some with an assortment of friends on piano, bouzouki, guitar, cello, double bass, accordion, keyboards, whistles, recorder and bodhran.
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