Inveroran.Inveroran captures Stuart in full flight, both in the studio and in the intimate surroundings of Breakish Village Hall in Skye, where he played to a small and very appreciative audience in February, 2006.

This album features a wide-ranging track listing, from traditional piobaireachd to thoroughly modern compositions and many of the brilliant tune arrangements that Stuart has become well known for.


Individual Tracks

1 2/4 Marches

Stuart plays the 2/4 marches: Centenary Jewel and 71st Highlanders.

2 Jigs

Stuart plays the jigs: Inspector Donald Campbell of Ness, The Old Woman's Dance, The Atholl Highlanders, and The Cameronian Rant.

3 Air and Hornpipes

Stuart plays the air Mairi Bhan Og, and the hornpipes: The Miniscus and Michael Grey.

4 6/8 Marches

Stuart plays the 6/8 Marches: The Dundee City Police Pipe Band and The Braemar Gathering.

5 Piobaireachd

Stuart plays the piobaireachd: The Lament for the Dead.

6 Strathspeys and Reels

Stuart plays the Strathspeys: Susan MacLeod and John Roy Stewart; and the reels: Thomson's Dirk and Willie Murray's Reel.

7 Gaelic Airs and Reels

Stuart plays the gaelic airs: A Mhoire Mhin-gheal, Fagail Bharraidh, and Tom an T-Searraich; and the Reels: Break your bass drone, Harris Dance, MacFadden's Reel, Alasdair Fraser's Welcome to Cape Breton and The Sheepwife.

8 March, Strathspey and Reel

Stuart plays the march: The Abercairney Highlanders; the strathspey: Lady Loudon; and the reel: The Smith of Chilliechassie.

9 Jig and Waltz

Stuart plays the jig: Troy's Wedding; and the watlz: The Viennese Waltz.

10 4/4 Marches

Stuart plays the 4/4 marches: Murdo's Wedding, Flett from Flotta, Loch Ruan, and The Battle of Waterloo.

11 Jig and Hornpipe

Stuart plays the jig: The Blue Cloud; and the hornpipe: The Mason's Apron.