Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Dream Angus John Powell 3:25
2 Scotland at Night: Dusk Tom Cunningham 2:54
3 Scotland at Night: Refinery in the Darkness Tom Cunningham 1:12
4 Scotland at Night: Ceilidh Tom Cunningham 2:06
5 Scotland at Night: Simmer Dim in Shetland Tom Cunningham 1:57
6 Scotland at Night: Trout Loch Tom Cunningham 1:53
7 Scotland at Night: Lullaby Tom Cunningham 2:36
8 My Heart's in the Highlands Arvo Pärt 7:38
9 So Deep James MacMillan 3:36
10 Address to Edinburgh Howard Skempton 2:33
11 The Gallant Weaver James MacMillan 5:31
12 The Painter's Eye: Peaceable Kingdom (after Edward Hicks) Tom Cunningham 1:35
13 The Painter's Eye: Tower of Babel (after Pieter Bruegel the Elder) Tom Cunningham 2:24
14 The Painter's Eye: The Skating Minister (after Sir Henry Raeburn) Tom Cunningham 1:37
15 The Painter's Eye: Birth of Venus (after Sandro Botticelli) Tom Cunningham 1:39
16 The Painter's Eye: An Old Man and His Grandson (after Domenico Ghirlandaio) Tom Cunningham 3:20
17 A Medieval Scottish Triptych: Qwhen Alexander Our Kynge Was Dede Ronald Stevenson 3:04
18 A Medieval Scottish Triptych: Wallace's Lament for the Graham Ronald Stevenson 5:38
19 A Medieval Scottish Triptych: Fredome Ronald Stevenson 2:49
20 Ye Banks and Braes Mike Brewer 2:23
21 The Seagull: A Choral Tone Poem John Hearne 4:14

Credits

CD 1

organ:
Thomas Laing-Reilly (2009-03-30) (track 8)
arranger:
Mike Brewer (conductor) (track 20)
John Powell (contemporary film composer) (track 1)
choir vocals:
Laudibus (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (tracks 1–7, 9, 11–21)
Laudibus (2009-03-30) (track 8)
Laudibus (2009-05-21) (track 10)
composer:
Howard Skempton (track 10)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 1, 20)
Ronald Stevenson (1967) (tracks 17–19)
James MacMillan (composer and conductor) (1992) (track 9)
James MacMillan (composer and conductor) (1997) (track 11)
John Hearne (British composer and conductor) (1998) (track 21)
Arvo Pärt (2000) (track 8)
Tom Cunningham (Scottish composer) (2007) (tracks 2–7)
Tom Cunningham (Scottish composer) (2008) (tracks 12–16)
conductor:
Mike Brewer (conductor) (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (tracks 1–7, 9, 11–21)
Mike Brewer (conductor) (2009-03-30) (track 8)
Mike Brewer (conductor) (2009-05-21) (track 10)
lyricist:
Robert Burns (18th century Scottish poet/lyricist) (tracks 8–11, 20)
Alexander McCall Smith (tracks 2–7, 12–16)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 1, 21)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Beth Mackay (2009-03-30) (track 8)
Beth Mackay (2009-05-21) (track 10)
recorded at:
Colinton Parish Church in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (tracks 1–7, 9, 11–21)
St Cuthbert's Church (Edinburgh) in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom (2009-03-30) (track 8)
arrangement of:
Dream Angus (track 1)
arrangements:
Ye Banks and Braes (Roger Quilter arrangement) (track 20)
is the basis for:
part of:
A Medieval Scottish Triptych (tracks 17–19)
The Painter's Eye (tracks 12–16)
Scotland at Night (tracks 2–7)
recording of:
A Medieval Scottish Triptych: III. Fredome (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 19)
Dream Angus (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 1)
Scotland at Night: I. Dusk (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 2)
Scotland at Night: II. Refinery in the Darkness (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 3)
Scotland at Night: III. Ceilidh (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 4)
Scotland at Night: IV. Simmer Dim in Shetland (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 5)
Scotland at Night: V. Trout Loch (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 6)
Scotland at Night: VI. Lullaby (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 7)
So Deep (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 9)
The Gallant Weaver (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 11)
The Painter's Eye: I. Peaceable Kingdom (after Edward Hicks) (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 12)
The Seagull (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 21)
Ye Banks and Braes (traditional Scottish song) (2009-01-03 – 2009-01-05) (track 20)
My Heart's in the Highlands (2009-03-30) (track 8)
Address to Edinburgh (2009-05-21) (track 10)