For pianoforte in A Minor. Opus 7 composed 1975. Inspired by J. S. Bach’s Two Part Invention in C Major.
For pianoforte in F minor. Opus 3 composed in 1975.
For pianoforte and solo voice in D Major. Opus 10 composed in 1978.
For pianoforte and solo voice in A Minor. Opus 9 composed in 1977.
For electronic organ, synthesiser, drums and electric bass guitar in Eb Minor. Opus 2 composed in 1974.
For pianoforte in G Major. Opus 16 composed in 2006. Created for the fiftieth wedding anniversary of my parents.
For pianoforte in G Major. Opus 4 composed in 1975.
For pianoforte in F Minor. Opus 12 composed in 1980.
For pianoforte in C Major. Opus 11 composed in 1980. Intended to be played as an introduction to ‘The Road Goes on Forever’ (Opus 12).
For pianoforte and solo voice in A Minor. Opus 13 composed in 1980. Dedicated to my wife, Alison.
For two trumpets in G Major. Opus 5 composed in 1975.
For pianoforte in D Minor. Opus 1 composed in 1974. Alternatively titled “The Waters of Oblivion”. Inspired by the painting of the same name painted by John Martin around 1812. The painting is currently owned by Southampton City Art Gallery (at 13 September 2013).
For pianoforte in G Major. Opus 6 composed in 1975. An attempt to create a musical phrase using the twelve notes of the chromatic scale.
For church pipe organ in G Major. Opus 15 composed in 1985. Created for the wedding of one of my sisters.
For pianoforte in various keys. Opus 17.
Dedicated to the memory of my parents-in-law, George and Barbara Meek, this comprises four short pianoforte pieces entitled ‘The Ben’, ‘The Narrows’, ‘Duke Murdoch’s Island’ and ‘The Pass’ inspired by locations around Loch Ard and The Pass of Aberfoyle in Stirlingshire, Scotland.
For pianoforte in various keys. Opus 18.
Currently in development. Work was started on this piece after a family member was contacted ‘out-of-the blue’ by a firm of heir hunters from London.
For electronic synthesisers. Opus 19.
Currently in development. Music inspired by J.G. Ballard’s collection of short stories entitled Vermilion Sands.
Keyboard Works 
The photograph on the cover of ‘Keyboard Works’ is the intellectual property of Prof. H. M. Robertson and is used with the kind permission of the copyright owner.
- The Road Goes On Forever
- Elvira Saadi
- Scottish Wedding
- Two-part Invention in A Minor
- Wedding March
- The Waters of Oblivion
- Twelve-tone Motif
- Dead Leaves
- Northern European Love
- So Beautiful