Paul Anderson Scottish Fiddler

Monthly Archives: December 2012

Merry Christmas!

With the festive season in full swing, I’d like to wish every one a very merry Christmas and all the best for the new year. With a few other local musician’s I performed at the traditional Chrismas eve service at St Moluag’s kirk in Tarland. Featured during the service was a performance of “The Cromar […]

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It’s been an interesting weekend as I’ve spent it recording an album of Scottish/Brazilian/Moroccan music at PHI studio near Leslie in Aberdeenshire. The album is the brain-child of fantastic Brazilian percussionist Allysson Valez and is a key part of his artistic residencey for Deveron Arts in Huntly. The album which also features a host of […]

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BBC Alba Scottish Trad Music Awards

It was a great night in the Nevis Centre, Fort William for the BBC Alba Trad Music Awards on Saturday the 8th of December. The weather luckily stayed fair so there was a good turn out for the event and a strong contingent from the North-East. Unfortunately I’d no luck as composer of the year […]

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The Speyside Sessions

It’s almost a year now since a group of friends gathered at Dipple House just outside the Morayshire town of Fochabers, to record what would become one of the successful and top selling albums on the world music download charts. Recorded over five days in an informal and friendly atmosphere, the Speyside Sessions was the […]

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Nominee Composer of the year Scots Trads

Well I’ve had some exciting news in that I’ve been nominated as composer of the year in the Scots Trad Music Awards. I’ve no idea who voted but thank you. The voting is now open so if anyone feels inclined they can vote .

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