From the Inishowen Peninsula in Co. Donegal, Paul Harrigan is a multi-instrumentalist. He has toured and performed with artists including Lúnasa, Shane McGowan, Terry Woods, The Pogues, Ronnie Drew and the late Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin.
A specially commissioned soundscape for the art installation, Seven Waves, by Erland Brown and Dave Jackson, this album features seven movements, written for uilleann pipes and two fiddles. It aims to reflect the sequence of events in the St. Magnus saga and strongly influenced by the writings of George Mackay Brown’s Tryst on Egilsay whose poems are included in the booklet accompanying the CD.
- Movement 1 – Earl Hakon
- Movement 2 – Helmsman
- Movement 3 – The Killers
- Movement 4 – The Death of Magnus
- Movement 5 – The Egilsay Priest
- Movement 6 – The Men of Egilsay
- Movement 7 – The Two Tinkers
- Paul Harrigan – uilleann pipes and fiddles
- Roisin McGrory – fiddle
Released December 2021
Recorded and produced by Paul Harrigan at White Stone Studio, Letterkenny, Co Donegal
Additional Recording by Neil McGrory at Macruari Audio, Culdaff, Inishowen, Co. Donegal
Mixed and Mastered by Neil McGrory at Macruari Audio
The Digital Album (Streaming and Download) – including unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more – is available from Bandcamp for €10.
The Digipak which combines the Digital Album and a Compact Disc is available from Bandcamp for €15.