In 2013, Scottish poet and novelist James Robertson wrote a short story every day of the year – each story was 365 words, no more, no less.
Scottish fiddler and composer Aidan O’Rourke (of Lau) then matched the challenge. He wrote a new tune every day for a year in response to James's stories.
This sound-art installation shares that work, allowing visitors to the story or tune of any chosen day - or both together.
Image Credit: Historic Environment Scotland
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