Culburnie Records: Featuring Alasdair Fraser
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Hass
Highlander's Farewell
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas once again unleash their dazzling teamwork, driving, dancing rhythms, and shared passion for taking the infectious melodies and grooves of Scottish/Celtic music on an exciting new journey.

Special guests include: Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill, Bruce Molsky, Brittany Haas, Hanneke Cassel, Laura Risk, Ryan McKasson, Evan Price, Emily Onderdonk, Mike Block and Tristan Clarridge.

Abundance
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
join up with top Scottish and US musicians for 4th CD release.
Featuring: Capercaillie’s Donald Shaw & James MacIntosh of Shooglenifty, Brittany Haas, Corey DiMario of trend-setting band Crooked Still,Dominick Leslie of Bluegrass’ The Deadly Gentlemen, Hanneke Cassel, Stefan Amidon - and a Nashville brass section led by Kai Welch.
Tracks include -
The Corrie Man, Neil Gow's Wife / The Old Reel,  Howard Booster's Style,  Farley Bridge,  Keys To The Cellar,  Connie's Birthday,  Les Jumeaux  Pier Walk Waltz,  Hot Club d'Ecosse  and more.

Fire & Grace—Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
Dazzling teamwork and driving, dancing rhythms mark this dynamic release of this award winning Scottish fiddler and brilliant young cellist. “The cello was traditionally the back-up instrument to the fiddle in Scottish dance ensembles, into the 20th century,” says Fraser, “and it has long been one of my goals to put the cello right back there, at the rhythmic heart of Scottish music."
In the Moment
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
The music on this album is highly original with most of the pieces being written by Alasdair Fraser and a wonderful new composition by Natalie Haas. Also includes performance favorite "Trip to Pakistan" by Niall Kenny. Guest artists include Haneke Cassel, piano and Eric Rigler, pipes.
Alasdair Fraser & Skyedance
Alasdair Fraser (fiddle, viola), Eric Rigler (Great Highland Bagpipe, uilleann pipes, Scottish small-pipes), Chris Norman (wooden flute, piccolo), Paul Machlis (piano, organ, keyboards), Mick Linden (fretless bass), Peter Maund (percussion).
Labyrinth

Skyedance, whose members feature on soundtracks such as Titanic, Braveheart and Last of the Mohicans interweaves Scottish roots with influences from around the world, threading the path of discovery with melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic interplay.

Live In Spain

When the Celtic group Skyedance last toured in Spain they invited an illustrious array of Spanish musicians — including midi-bagpipe marvel and Latin Grammy nominee Hevia, Galician singer Mercedes Peón, and the ebullient Basque accordionist Kepa Junkera - to join them on stage.

Alasdair Fraser and Skyedance
Way Out to Hope Street

Featuring virtuoso instrumentalists, brought together by top Scots fiddler Alasdair Fraser during the recording of his Indie Award-winning album Dawn Dance. Virtuosity meets vision as the six members of Skyedance unite their considerable creative spirits in original compositions which push the envelope of the Scottish tradition. Way Out to Hope Street presents music ranging from exquisitely expressive airs to rampaging reels.

Legacy of the Scottish Fiddle
Legacy of the Scottish Fiddle, Volume TwoAlasdair Fraser, Natalie Haas and Muriel Johnstone (piano).
This recording presents tunes that were popular in Scotland during the latter half of the 18th century, many of which inspired the songs of Scotland's renowned poet Robert Burns.

Legacy of the Scottish Fiddle, Volume One—Featuring Paul Machlis
The first of a series dedicated to Scotland's fiddle heritage, this album features classic favorites which Alasdair and Paul have performed over the many years of their fiddle/piano partnership.
Crossing to Scotland
Cellist Abby Newton has long been associated with two of Scotland's premier creative artists, singer Jean Redpath and fiddler Alasdair Fraser.
Portrait of a Scottish Fiddler
Featuring Alasdair Fraser performing classics of the Scots musical tradition accompanied by piano, bass, drums, flute, guitar and harp.
Return to Kintail With guitarist Tony Mc Manus, celtic music from the heart of the Scottish tradition. An exciting duo recording.
Dawn Dance
Original, deeply rooted in tradition with a knockout band of pipes, flute, piano, guitar and more.
The Driven Bow
With Jody Stecher on guitar and mandolin, including Lady Louisa Gordon, Mrs. Garden of Troup, The Fisher's Wedding, Lady Harriet Hope.
Skyedance
Again featuring pianist Paul Machlis -- the companion to The Road North: includes The Scolding Wives of Abertarff, I'll Break Your Head for You.