A recording is available on Delphian Records (DCD34096).
Gramophone magazine writes:
'McCall Smith has fashioned a direct and communicative libretto to which Cunningham has responded with a score whose easy (though never facile) melodic and rhythmic interplay is made possible through a repetition of themes as rigorous as understated. Vocal writing, too, has an unforced elegance – centring on Ronan Busfield's constantly vacillating Macbeth, Beth Mackay's scheming yet vulnerable Lady Macbeth and Andrew McTaggart's warmly trusting Duncan; their fateful actions commented on at a far from objective remove by the scientists, who recognise the all too close proximity with those decisions that govern the human domain.'
Recorded in the studio following the Edinburgh performances, these discs bring together innovative new music ensemble Mr McFall's Chamber, soloists from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and Edinburgh Studio Opera – all under the baton of Michael Bawtree.