Andrew Robinson

Andrew with uke

I began playing the ukulele in the mid-1950s

At the age of ten I moved on to the guitar and by twenty to the viola da gamba

My songs can be heard below

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Current Work


Using Sibelius 6 music notation software, I work as a music typesetter and editor, producing publication-quality scores, with special attention to lyrics in the major European languages

Clients include:

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Biographical Information

Previous work has included I was founding director of Maoin Cheoil an Chláir, classical/traditional music school (chaired by Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin) in Ennis, County Clare, 1993-98. While there I formed and sang in the Ceol Miners barbershop quartet, winners of the Irish Association of Barbershop Singers' gold medal for best national male quartet in 1997 and 1998.


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Some Links

My blog, under the name of Recumbentman

H2G2, a site founded by Douglas Adams, being the Earth Edition of The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, where I am also known as Recumbentman. I have contributed entries on Other links

Personal Interests


Here are three songs that I wrote in 1968 or so and recorded in 1971, in Adam Skeaping's London studio, playing a £5 guitar.
Mark Wilkes, creator of WinTemper© historical-temperament software, converted them to MP3s for your delectation, at a time when it was not a straightforward feat.
Thank you, Mark!

I have also uploaded some new ones to my YouTube channel:

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Last revised: 20 March 2015
Andrew Robinson