Multimedia show at the granite quarry in Porriño, 1994.
Composition for band, orchestra and choir. Commissioned by the university of Vigo, 1997.
Composition for band and smnphony orchestra. Commissioned by the ‘Auditorio de Galicia’ to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the band, 1998.
Show held at the Balaídos Stadium to celebrate the 75th anniversary of R. C. Celta de Vigo in 1998.
Special composition for the Trasalba Prize awarded to the band. Homage to Ramón Otero Pedrayo, 2006.
The band collaborated on this album from The Chieftains celebrating the 20th anniversary of the irish band. Recorded at the Gaity theatre in Dublin, 1989.
A Bill Whellan’s composition commemorating the presence of Ireland at the EXPO in Sevilla. Edited by Celtic Heartbeat in 1992. Milladoiro is a special guest on the recording.
Edited by Green Linnet (1993). The “Muiñeira de Chantada” is included.
Milladoiro participated on this album from the Paul Winter Consort, recorded live at the St. John the Divine cathedral (New York). Living Music (1994).
A compilation of artists of celtic influence edited by Narada in Japan, 1995.
A Lyam O’Flynn’s recording with the band’s participation. Edited by Tara Records, 1996.
An album of celebration for the 20th anniversary of the American label Green Linnet. The tune “A Farruquiña” is included. Edited in 1996.
A recording of artists from all over the world for peace. Edited in the United States, 1997.
A compilation of several artists edited by Fonomusic (1997). One tune from Milladoiro is included.
A collective album edited by ‘Comisións Obreiras’, 1997.
A Compilation of harp tunes edited by Celtophile (1999). “Maneo da Ulla” and “Foliada de Padrenda” are included.
Artists from all over the world participatle with a one-minute track. Edited by Narada in Japan, 1997.
Selection of tunes from the albums edited by SONY/CBS. Sony (1999).
Tune for the ‘Marcha Internacional das Mulleres’, with lyrics by Carmen Blanco, Pilocha singing, 2002.
A compilation of pipe tunes from different artists. “Foliada de Berducido” and “Romance de Triacastela” are included. An ARC Music production, 2002.
Collective album edited by SGAE around the Prestige subject, 2003.
Music for the documentary by the same name. Edited by SEO/Birdlife, 2003.
Participation on the collective project summoned by the ‘Asociació de Cantautors i Intèrprets en Llengua Catalana’, 2003.
Music for the documentary by Ángel Peláez. Mestre Mateo prize, 2005.