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An Gàrradh (2022)
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Macleod, D. (2022). An GĂ rradh. [Electronic composition]. Uist

An electroacoustic geo-locative soundwalk mapped to Linaclate on the island of Benbecula, Scotland. Commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre North Uist, with funds from Event Scotland.

Carareretetatakakekerers (2021)
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Macleod, D. (2021). Carareretetatakakekerers. [Audio]

80-minute score and sound design for Normal Condition's contemporary dance work 'Carareretetatakakekerers', choreographed by Nicola Conibere. Premiere - 4 October 2021, Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells, London. Supported using public funding from... Read More about Carareretetatakakekerers.

The Cries of London: On costers, pedlars, hawkers, fishwives, tinkers and barrow boys (2020)
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Macleod, D. (2020). The Cries of London: On costers, pedlars, hawkers, fishwives, tinkers and barrow boys. In The political voice (28-37). London: Theatrum Mundi

The history of London’s markets is a noisy one, where the ambient buzz of the crowd is overlaid with the musical Cries of the people who work there. In this chapter, Duncan MacLeod reflects on the sociological and sonic history of those cries, and dr... Read More about The Cries of London: On costers, pedlars, hawkers, fishwives, tinkers and barrow boys.

By the light of the moon.... (2020)
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Macleod, D. (2020). By the light of the moon.... [Score]. Nottingham, Lakeside Arts

By the light of the moon is the first in a series of short works for toy piano, piano and electronics that draw upon the poetry of Edward Lear. In this work, I start with the third verse of Lear’s famed poem, The Owl and the Pussy-cat, in which the c... Read More about By the light of the moon.....

The Cries of Columbia Road (2017)
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MACLEOD, D. (2017). The Cries of Columbia Road. [Acousmatic Composition]. Whitechapel Gallery

The Cries of London is an ongoing series of electroacoustic compositions and sound works that draw upon the urban anthropophonic soundscape of London. Taking inspiration from the seventeenth-century works of the same title by Thomas Weelkes, and Orla... Read More about The Cries of Columbia Road.