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The Treasurer composed by Peter C Davie

Commisioned for Riverside Music Project retiting treasurer Donna in appreciation of her hard work. Composer website: http://www.riversidemusicproject.co.uk Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Air Listen: https://soundcloud.com/user-709684281 If you have a question for Peter C Davie you can contact them here. If there is no link there is no contact address.

Sophie Margaret’s Waltz composed by Peter C Davie

Written for my great grand daughter Sophie (in the style of a Scottish/Zydeco waltz? – works well with Aly’s Waltz (Rasumussen). Composer website: http://www.riversidemusicproject.co.uk Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Waltz Listen: https://soundcloud.com/user-709684281/sophie-margarets-waltz If you have a question for Peter C Davie you can contact them here. If there is no link there is no […]

Margaret Jan’s Waltz composed by Peter C Davie

Margaret Jane’s Waltz was written for my wife and is the leading tune in the Cherishing the Ladies set. Used as a Scottish Waltz by Riverside Ceilidh Band. Composer website: http://www.riversidemusicproject.co.uk Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Waltz Listen: https://soundcloud.com/user-709684281 If you have a question for Peter C Davie you can contact them here. If […]

Clare’s Christening composed by Peter C Davie

Written for my grand-daughter Clare – part of the Cherishing The Ladies set recorded by Chapter Four. Composer website: Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Waltz Listen: https://soundcloud.com/user-709684281 If you have a question for Peter C Davie you can contact them here. If there is no link there is no contact address.

Gowan Hill composed by Peter C Davie

Historic Gowan Hill sits beside Stirling Castle – the tune was written for Midsummer Week celebrations organised by the local community and appears on the Information Board. Composer website: Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Strathspey Listen: https://soundcloud.com/user-709684281 If you have a question for Peter C Davie you can contact them here. If there is […]

Christina composed by Peter C Davie

I think this works as a Slow Air and/or Strathspey. Composed for my late mother’s 80th birthday. Composer website: Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Air Listen: https://soundcloud.com/user-709684281 If you have a question for Peter C Davie you can contact them here. If there is no link there is no contact address.

Braes o’ Doune composed by Peter C Davie

Composed March 1980 for Stirling Strathspey and Reel Society competition. My father’s family used to camp on the Braes o Doune in Perthshire (no relation to Burns’ Ye Banks and Braes o Bonny Doon!) in a different era before the braes were covered by wind turbines. Composer website: Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Reel […]

Alison Jane’s Waltz composed by Peter C Davie

Written for our first born – part of ‘Cherishing the Ladies’ set – published in Riverside Collection Volume 2 and recorded by Chapter 4 on the CD ‘Where Legends Remain’. Composer website: Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Waltz Listen: https://soundcloud.com/user-709684281 If you have a question for Peter C Davie you can contact them here. […]

Airthrey Sunset composed by Peter C Davie

just a ‘riff’ really, but I wanted to capture a melody that came to me while strolling through Uni after watching my grandson play football! Made into a set with Bennachie Sunset (Paul Machlis) and Lazy Days (Marie Fielding). Composer website: Publisher: Riverside Music Project Tune type: Air Listen: https://soundcloud.com/user-709684281 If you have a question […]

The Queen o Sorrow composed by Colin Crombie

Winner, Original Song in Scots competition at the 48th (2017) Newcastleton Folk Festival. A short song about impending environmental catastrophe, the imagery builds from apparent unrelated vanity and a farewell to natural beauties, turning gradually to disastrous man-made calamity and catastrophe, with no hope of turning the tide, or of redemption, to facing a bleak, […]