• Composer Name : Simon Thoumire
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Music by Simon Thoumire:

MusicHub Composer Spotlight: Storm Robertson

Storm Robertson is a composer with compositions uploaded to MusicHub. Read below to find out more about her. Storm grew up in Perthshire and began playing the trumpet aged 12. She has just left the Music School of Douglas Academy where she has studied Classical Trumpet and hopes to go on to study at a […]

MusicHub Composer Spotlight: Colin Crombie

Colin Crombie is a composer with compositions uploaded to MusicHub. Read below to find out more about them. I’ve been writing songs (and other works) for about 50 years now, but the ones I’ve added to MusicHub are mostly from the last 20 years or so. I lived abroad for a long time – leaving […]

MusicHub Composer Spotlight: David Grubb

David Grubb is a composer with compositions uploaded to MusicHub. Read below to find out more about them. David is a fiddle player and composer, working as a freelance musician in a variety of genres across the arts.  Originally from Fife, David studied at the Junior Royal Conservatoire of Scotland followed by a Bachelors in […]

MusicHub Composer Spotlight: Eilidh Firth

Eilidh Firth is a composer with compositions uploaded to MusicHub. Read below to find out more about them. Eilidh grew up in Dundee and began playing the violin at the age of six. In 2013, she graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with a Bachelors of Arts in Scottish Music. Before her studies at […]

The Hebridean Collective composed by Mhairi Mackinnon

The Distil Showcase was held in the Tolbooth in Stirling on Friday 8th April 2016 at 8pm. The concert showcased the new and exciting music of traditional music composers. Mr McFall’s Chamber was the resident house band once again. Mhairi Mackinnon has wrote music called The Hebridean Collective. This is a suit comprising of four melodies inspired by […]

There’s Some Wad Say composed by David Francis and Mairi Campbell

There’s Some Wad Say is written by David Francis and Mairi Campbell for Scotland Sings Renewing the Tradition project. Renewing the Tradition is an exciting Scotland Sings project for 2015 – 2018. The idea is to build a brand new choir repertoire of fresh contemporary arrangements that are seeded by some of Scotland’s best-loved Burns […]

Sing A New Song composed by Penny Stone

Sing A New Song by Penny Stone was written by Scotland Sings Renewing the Tradition project. Renewing the Tradition is an exciting Scotland Sings project for 2015 – 2018. The idea is to build a brand new choir repertoire of fresh contemporary arrangements that are seeded by some of Scotland’s best-loved Burns and Gaelic songs. […]

Seinnibh Bòidhchead composed by Eilidh NicCoinnich, Anna Frater

Seinnibh Bòidhchead is a Gaelic song written by Eilidh NicCoinnich and Anna Frater for Scotland Sings Renewing the Tradition project. Renewing the Tradition is an exciting Scotland Sings project for 2015 – 2018. The idea is to build a brand new choir repertoire of fresh contemporary arrangements that are seeded by some of Scotland’s best-loved […]

Petals of a Red Red Rose composed by Findlay Napier

Petals of a Red Red Rose was written by Findlay Napier and arranged by Gitika Partington for Scotland Sings Renewing the Tradition Project Renewing the Tradition is an exciting Scotland Sings project for 2015 – 2018. The idea is to build a brand new choir repertoire of fresh contemporary arrangements that are seeded by some […]

An t-Each Uisge composed by David R. MacLennan

An t-Each Uisge is a Gaelic song written by David R. MacLennan and arranged by Mary Ann Kennedy. It was written for Scotland Sings Renewing the Tradition project. Renewing the Tradition is an exciting Scotland Sings project for 2015 – 2018. The idea is to build a brand new choir repertoire of fresh contemporary arrangements […]

I Will Not Say Goodbye composed by Kim Edgar

This song was written by Kim Edgar and arranged by Colin Douglas (SATB) for Scotland Sings Renewing the Tradition. Renewing the Tradition is an exciting Scotland Sings project for 2015 – 2018. The idea is to build a brand new choir repertoire of fresh contemporary arrangements that are seeded by some of Scotland’s best-loved Burns […]