1. trilogy for a future us

  2. i have taken the military roads (ardersier to fort george, 1/7/19)

  3. and then i thought 'it's only us two left' (for marie)

  4. traveling north (for cindy)

  5. untitled (א‎0)

  6. a reader's guide for seonaid

  7. this is your home (for luke and boris)

  8. i am the collector (volume 5: another look at landscape)

  9. a sketch towards 'a map of scotland'

  10. three movements towards and away from sleep

  11. defining place by it's dislocation

  12. for ariana grande in recognition of her desperation

  13. the house of god

  14. /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\characterset/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\

  15. from 'five songs on forgetting scots'

  16. two songs for the stillness of night

  17. a short piece for guitar and found objects

  18. untitled 104

  19. four songs from herd's 'ancient and modern scottish songs' (volume 1)

  20. this is what i have broken

  21. a cycle repeating

  22. some songs for cindy

  23. for shaking hands (sonatas and interludes for billy connoly)

  24. five saint elizabeths

  25. a glasgow type (for charles)

  26. a night in winter (part 2)

  27. a night in winter (part 1)

  28. now i am older (for tam)

  29. all i want for christmas (parts 1 and 2)

  30. such a fine sunny day (for sophie scholl)

  31. a sad tale's best for winter

  32. 100

  33. three standard measures of inequality

  34. there is someone moving in the house, i can hear them. I can hear them

  35. for my father, his rotting memory

  36. the house is dark

  37. a short note on the prevalence of anti-transgender narratives

  38. it's getting dark

  39. towards winter

  40. untitled 99

  41. that when i waked i cried to dream again

  42. notes towards a model of the economic redistribution of poetry (part 3 of 3)/ fourteen poems

  43. 'someone whose face i didn't see was in the woods with me last night'

  44. our parents told us to always remember home, the evening star

  45. a meditation on the book of job

  46. notes towards a model of the economic redistribution of poetry (part 2 of 3)

  47. notes towards a model of the economic redistribution of poetry (part 1 of 3)

  48. the south shetland islands (volume 1)

  49. to be as this

  50. 01110100 01110111 01101111 (1/τω0/1)

  51. our parents told us to always remember home, the evening star

  52. to not be at ease (for l)

  53. three pieces for guitar

  54. i am the collector (volume 4: music for music, music for art)

  55. one million longings hung from the branches at Tobar na Coille

  56. untitled (spring 2018.1)

  57. i'm not afraid any more

  58. five figures after mccoy tyner's piano on the second take of greensleeves (group 2)

  59. five figures after mccoy tyner's piano on the second take of greensleeves (group 1)

  60. early works/ noise works

  61. three bursts of static

  62. 'david rending the jaws of the lion' amidst a score of broken cross-slabs

  63. i will allow myself to find the still point at which i can express my sorrow for this loss (for Seonaid)

  64. an infinite series for my maths lecturer

  65. a history of silence (culloden moor, 5.03.2018)

  66. towards spring

  67. if god is present god is in the woods at culloden

  68. because you love to be with me as i make music i make this song to help you sleep

  69. the very image of love

  70. ‎ربوعُ الشّـآمِ بـروجُ العَـلا ‎تُحاكي السّـماءَ بعـالي السَّـنا

  71. for the birds on st valentines day

  72. the voice of the evangelist (a reflection on bach's st. john's passion)

  73. we are balancing on a broken chair but we will not fall (for my mother)

  74. from Laika & Other Works

  75. last night i followed your ghost from stourbridge common to baits bite lock

  76. distant hills dream of winter

  77. two christmas songs

  78. mary's song

  79. change and decay all around i see: responses to 'abide with me' for jackie as a gesture towards a gift

  80. how long, how long (for thomas)

  81. a fantasia on 'god rest you merry gentlemen' (after fahey)

  82. above thy deep and dreamless sleep

  83. >70,000,000

  84. untitled (winter 7)

  85. by ditton meadows you walked and walk there still, a gladness unfolding in the air

  86. i met my brother walking on the common where the plague houses once stood cleansing the land with joy, happy in death and free from pain

  87. shells go crying over them

  88. imortal seeming ever (eight war poems)

  89. we woke to bright skies

  90. to sit atop a pile of shattered rood screens

  91. towards true north (for brian)

  92. clabbernappers, mawkins and thrummy-caps

  93. /ταρε/\tapeloop\

  94. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance

  95. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 10)

  96. lachrimæ for arwen

  97. shellycoats, jack-in-the-wads and wraiths

  98. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 9)

  99. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 8)

  100. raw-heads, tod-lowries and boggleboes

  101. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 7)

  102. and not only for those who are harmed but those who harm, who wander in darkness for them a grace, a light

  103. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 6)

  104. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 5)

  105. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 4)

  106. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 3)

  107. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 2)

  108. ten shaker dances for mother ann lee and christian that he may dance (group 1)

  109. something (rogie falls, 09/17)

  110. the trees are nodding their heads and in the night the fox calls

  111. three rituals for a child and a dog

  112. when i die bury me with my head towards the sea so that i may be reborn as a wave

  113. a night treasury (part 1)

  114. our voices when raised together (ruined church, milton of clava)

  115. and here is the ring that was broken between us in the midst of all danger, love, to remind me of you

  116. from 'Laika & Other Works'

  117. when you wake there will be so much love (for nicky)

  118. an eala bhàn (fort george 11/08/17)

  119. how long dead (for anthony)

  120. two improvisations

  121. memento mori (elgin cathedral, 28/07/17)

  122. songs for the summer walker in the woods

  123. around the cairn the wagtails are dancing

  124. to describe a photograph (for cindy)

  125. for you, alison, the grace of god which does not leave you in illness or even now while you sleep or later when you wake

  126. watched by wading birds the stones walk towards the firth

  127. fields of purple seed heads

  128. to die as the foxglove is blooming (for robert wiggens, d. 06​/​2013)

  129. at low tide the witches grave pool is flooded with the song of herons

  130. two songs composed on a recorder for a dead fiddler

  131. gesturing towards invasion ('between the acts' and woolf's diaries)

  132. between the shore and the woods

  133. bounded by water we filled this valley with graves

  134. what's the use of worrying (a liturgie for a guinea pig called lucifer)

  135. loch ness by dores

  136. untitled 98

  137. old souls torn and hung at tobar na coille

  138. five variations on 'hail the conquering hero' (culloden, 6.5.17)

  139. i haw seen elf-arrwows maid. the divell dights them, and the elf-boyes quhytes them

  140. two views of the west

  141. eight essays on falling

  142. oh death (for dock boggs)

  143. a lecture on oil for joseph beuys/ a new scottish symphony (movements 1 and 2)

  144. whole and broken

  145. five poems from 'the man with the night sweats'

  146. a study towards 'to describe a photograph' (for cindy)

  147. from depth of sin, and from a deep despair, from depth of death, from depth of heart’s sorrow

  148. for god's invincible spring our love is made afraid

  149. an island beset by the seas

  150. untitled 95

  151. a study of two relative masses

  152. spring is white flowers by the castle walls

  153. under an eternal sun/ berry picking in blairgowrie

  154. the celtic twilight

  155. on blindness

  156. four laments for the makars of iona

  157. the deaths

  158. and when the boys asked her, 'sibyl, what do you want?' she answered

  159. a movement (for charles darwin)

  160. and the angel that talked with me came again, and waked me, as a man that is wakened out of his sleep. and said unto me, what seest thou?

  161. we ghosts, now living (for ashley)

  162. tha tìm, am fiadh, an coille hallaig/ time, the deer, is in the wood of hallaig

  163. an old soldier with a wooden head: three texts by erik satie

  164. a mountain shut within itself

  165. thornset orange berries cluster/ flamin’, beauty-fain.

  166. o wind, forgi’e a hameless loon that canna see for tears!

  167. we are full of memories, full of loss

  168. last night i dreamt of the roman road again: the road and the wood and the drive from cherry hinton in the summer, in the sun

  169. preludes after t.s. elliot (for seonaid)

  170. a typography of pain

  171. three sketches towards a typography of pain

  172. and will he not come again

  173. new year's day, baldernock (sonatas and interludes for a rural life)

  174. the new year reviving old desires

  175. apropos of nothing (26.12.16)

  176. at the closing of the year we remember the dead

  177. last christmas i gave you my drone

  178. nowel, nowel, nowel

  179. when you die there will be so many photographs

  180. three christmas walks with jaye

  181. snow and

  182. a dream of allepo in ruins

  183. jamie foyers' dream of the rood

  184. to trouble the living stream (for megan)

  185. now goth sonne under wode -

  186. untitled 72

  187. two works adrift

  188. who is sleeping

  189. earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone

  190. a song for winter

  191. the snows have a home

  192. by not keeping still (for phil)

  193. a ritual before sleep

  194. five variations on the gettysburg address (for monica isabel sanchez)

  195. two doctor who treatments

  196. ode to st. cecilia that i may learn the patience of an artist (after purcell)

  197. on passing the new menim gate/ on crossing the drumochter pass

  198. the nights crowd round

  199. three improvisations

  200. Lowland Islands 1 (Greater Cumbrea)

  201. requiem Æternam (all souls)

  202. in the darkening night the trees are falling asleep

  203. the dark (ost)

  204. when i was a child i believed the dead lived in high places so i will walk the campsies until i find you (for my brother)

  205. on finding a box full of old poems /two new poems

  206. two spectra from lockyer's 'contributions to solar physics'

  207. two poems for autumn

  208. several songs in a broken voice

  209. for charlie and ibrahim that they lie in the same grave

  210. under a pale sun

  211. falling into autumn

  212. the night of the fuhrer 2: ghost storm (ost)

  213. i was brave on my first day at school (five hospital stories)

  214. and am i born to die

  215. it's ok, you where sleeping (for catherine)

  216. an evocation of rain

  217. all, all are in my thoughts tonight being dead (in memory of thomas veldon)

  218. six ghost stories
    elizabeth Veldon and Union Furnace

  219. on blairskaith muir

  220. a quiet sky

  221. four improvisations

  222. cold and hungry i came to this place and there was a fire burning

  223. and the tenor bell, i suppose owing to some negligence on the part of the ringers, kept sounding faintly about once in a minute during the sermon

  224. untitled↑↑↑

  225. between the soft moor and the soft sky

  226. three songs for a stillborn youth

  227. it will not be long, love, until our wedding day

  228. all i was saying was 'i love you' repeatedly (for munchie)

  229. from the highest point of the park you turn right and descend into the valley once filled by a lake

  230. but she’s become a fish again: three supernatural ballads

  231. three school stories after rowling

  232. the daughters of ava are walking down sauchiehall street

  233. black circle reissue series volume 5: 'left/ right (for peetura)' and 'commit your voice to the ether before everything is lost'
    Various Artists

  234. 'male critics' and more: selected work from 'reactivation congress'

  235. black circle reissue series volume 3: 'cerebral soulless shit' and 'limbs on the common'
    Various Artists

  236. black circle reissue series volume 4: 'then I think of wood and I think of my bones as wood, something slow and put here a long time ago' and 'ex libris trismegistus'
    Various Artists

  237. black circle reissue series volume 2: 'tate and lyle: collected works' and 'gender free childhood: boys and girls in a gender free childhood''

  238. black circle reissue series volume 1: 'pressed flowers' and 'two discussions of ufology'
    various artists

  239. figured in the drift of stars (selected tracks from compilations on black circle records)

  240. a found poem
    elizabeth Veldon and AC Eales

  241. like a broken record: selected compilation tracks from black circle records

  242. a suite for m. r. james

  243. 24/07/2016 3.14pm+

  244. five evocations of loss (for james and catherine)

  245. the line to legend land parts 5 and 6

  246. the erymanthian boar gorges on adonis

  247. and we will never leave you

  248. at five o'clock in the morning: solo albums from black circle records

  249. nine fields: collected field recordings from 'black circle in the field'

  250. two episodes from the life of saint brynach

  251. all we have now is each other

  252. a machine for nicky

  253. two anthems for a new republic

  254. by easter carbeth, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered zion

  255. the fruit between my lips to clotted blood was transubstantiate

  256. all the dignity you can muster

  257. adam lay ibowndyn, bowndyn in a bond

  258. perle, plesaunte to prynces paye to clanly clos in golde so clere,

  259. an improvisation on election night

  260. in the night i read of ghosts

  261. two dead wings (after a photograph by karen constance)

  262. the line to legend land part 3

  263. the line to legend land part 4

  264. the line to legend land parts 1 and 2

  265. five figures for molly bloom

  266. notes towards a mass for orlando

  267. the protection of osiris against the violence of typho must be elicited according to the proper rites and sacrifices'

  268. surrendering to providence (for edward)

  269. a work defined by stillness α and ω (for scott)

  270. when in that dream i was dead

  271. live soundtrack to 'south'

  272. worker's playtime

  273. a study at several orders of magnitude

  274. some songs for nicky as he sleeps

  275. two scottish tales
    elizabeth Veldon

  276. the year we missed the bluebells (for rhondalea)

  277. dreams of falling

  278. i love you more than air

  279. kindertransportlieder

  280. i believe there will be saying of mass and singing of dirges, I had no notion they came so dear

  281. come not to sojourn, but abide with me

  282. shine through the gloom and point me to the skies

  283. change and decay all around i see

  284. i am the collector (volume 3: death, grief and the shoah)

  285. i am the collector (volume 2: poetry, music and the arts)

  286. four songs, burning

  287. i am the collector (volume 1: landscapes)

  288. five reflections on the dark nights of winter

  289. three drum machine improvisations

  290. but it's not winter yet

  291. moodsetter/ pacesetter. scenic (light documentary) - noise/ silence

  292. when i am dead i will miss the bluebells

  293. five selections from 'the birds of the british isles and their eggs' by t. a. coward

  294. two songs for a scottish seaside resort

  295. only the dead have seen the outer lands (a history of britain and ireland in five parts)

  296. flow

  297. untitled (63)

  298. five dances for larry eigner

  299. then phaetron saw the world on every side ablaze

  300. mid summer in doggerland +

  301. easter 1916 +100

  302. as i walk past the walls of south leith parish church i think of those lost at sea

  303. two hand stencils +

  304. a fanciful imagining of rosslyn chapel

  305. a long period comet for caroline herschel

  306. some passages relating to the doomsday project (1984 - 1986)

  307. 30 fires for the fire spook

  308. a late snow dusted the hills

  309. sleepy songs for leon

  310. at night the streets

  311. and then i think 'the sun

  312. i have been opening the windows to let in light

  313. an aspect of hills in differing light

  314. three days out we sang songs and tried to forget earth while around us the wind sang (for sara)

  315. this far out there is only cold, cold and the violence of eternity

  316. if i was a believer i would pray for him

  317. the first flowers are raising their voices

  318. milton road to nepal (for ghoti)

  319. a study for a second album of incidental music for doctor who (for leon)

  320. drawing the sortes

  321. some dreams, long faded (deleted collaborations on black circle)

  322. 'i learned that the death of each victim carries importance, i want to convey that'

  323. three finger exercises for arthur doyle

  324. singing

  325. two city narratives

  326. heart of driving? the night, into! saturday!!

  327. we have come to understand the cold

  328. a winter poem for sara

  329. white hills, wait, wait

  330. a childhood of tape hiss and violence

  331. years ago, before the romans, i stood here watching the sun bestow benedictions on each home

  332. oh the broom, the bonny bonny broom

  333. as i woke and heard the rain

  334. the voices of shadows muttering over split lives

  335. four years of growing older than you (for thomas)

  336. three christmas ghosts

  337. the fury of aerial bombardment

  338. untitled (31)

  339. a reflection on the history of radio astronomy

  340. the moment before the train sways

  341. so krishna

  342. some christmas songs

  343. a litany in time of plague

  344. variations on an anthem for an imagined country

  345. winter is a warm coat

  346. broken robot repair job

  347. six songs for judas

  348. for movement

  349. two lieder for clara schumann and a selection of fragments from the work of maria anna mozart

  350. a vocal exercise for rhondalea

  351. laika

  352. mis air airing baidh 'us burrail measg nan glumag eagalaich/ i was drowning and howling amongst the horrid pools

  353. brenhilda sleeps with a shag's nest in her ribcage

  354. a ship of ghosts brought me here

  355. there are foxes in the long grass boardering the fields and they are singing

  356. encompass me in your eyes' wild calm

  357. like falling forever

    p0stm0rtem featuring Elizabeth Veldon

  359. the perfect blue sky drops leafs to us as if bestowing a benediction

  360. the persistence of frost and shadow

  361. the whispering of falling leaves sounds like footsteps retreating

  362. three songs for a and e

  363. tom weir can not see the carved faces on the auld wife's lifts

  364. we are the broken robots, see us fall
    elizabeth Veldon/ Cementimental

  365. 27.09.15

  366. the cold, late sun

  367. i am winter

  368. walking across christ's pieces one summer i had a vision of a life lived by the campsies, watching the slow erosion of time

  369. a history of fields and industry

  370. three dances for twilight

  371. some songs for field boundaries and shorelines (for sara)

  372. the air is dreaming of autumn

  373. wake me with tears in your eyes (for helen)

  374. i dreamt we where walking down the motorway between coatbridge and chappelhall and the verges where luxuriant while the cars glided past silently (for marie)

  375. two angels for angel (dialogues for radio and piano/ radio and synthesiser)

  376. untitled

  377. two sleepy songs for spike

  378. from 'how shall we sing the lord's song in a strange land: five psalms'

  379. when i return, and to real music making,/ and play that prelude, how will it happen then

  380. fear not: for i have redeemed thee, i have called thee by thy name; thou art mine

  381. +70hiroshima

  382. two ghosts and a penance

  383. two ghosts caught in the eternal loop of the glasgow underground system

  384. the daily visitations of the clatter

  385. marginalia (for douglas)

  386. or burn my nose out with cocaine (in memory of ethyl eichelberger's jocasta)

  387. the drystane dyke and the trees burnished gold by the setting sun

  388. the unity of divinity and the world, the cardinal points, the four elements

  389. the dead have been seen alive

  390. oskar gröning receives a sentence of six minutes and six seconds for each soul

  391. some songs for pluto

  392. that song has became a boat out on the loch in the sunshine

  393. then be not coy (in memory of gladys paterson d. july 2015)

  394. down at the old bull and bush (I'n memoriam tina hibbins)

  395. a formal consideration of the symbolism within 'the wind among the reeds' in light of yeats' nationalism (part 2)

  396. just say no to rockism (for travis)

  397. they have all gone into the world of light (for gladys)

  398. green shadow sings the songs of green shadow
    Green Shadow

  399. a formal consideration of the symbolism within 'the wind among the reeds' in light of yeats' nationalism (part 1)

  400. two guitar pieces

  401. 1. for the dead

  402. an evenings entertainment (the audiobook project part 1)

  403. the bluebells are dying

  404. for nicky who's dreams manifest bluebells

  405. the garden is darkening

  406. i woke - i did, indeed - a million years before the blooming sun

  407. music for dead factories 1 - 3

  408. ovid's metamorphoses reimagined as two remixes

  409. camden and king's cross (for tina)

  410. how great a loss

  411. i dreamt i stood on a ladder in a village outside cambridge and saw the world encapsulated within the fens, infinite and beautiful

  412. a process for travis

  413. fluff from my pocket

  414. blossom trees in a time of plague

  415. we left our traces on bouvet island
    elizabeth Veldon and the Noisettes

  416. these ten years