This is music for a short story i wrote years ago and it is an imaginary soundtrack to a film that will not be made. It is an unlucky dip with earlier tunes including the insides of a piano with a droning cymbal and a tune made from dozens of melodies you could make on very early mobile phones. Portrait of death is one of thirty-five for organ, which uses letters from people's names as the starting point for composition. Left with one hand is music for amputation wards and glass tears is a serene wee tune. (John Cromar). 6 Tracks. Total running time - 50:41

CDR - £4.00