Music From The White Stone – Paul Harrigan

Uilleann Pipes

Paul Harrigan, Uilleann Pipes, Music From The White Stone, Traditional Music From Donegal

Track Listing

1. Last Night’s Joy/ Charlie Doherty’s/ Úna Bháin Ní Chuinneagáin – Reels
2. Tarry Higho, The Grinder/ The Munster Lasses/ Baitheadh Broclais – Single Jigs
3. Rodney’s Glory/ The Coleraine Jig/ The Rambling Pitchfork – Set Dance & Jigs
4. Hoppin’ Biddy/ Letterkenny Frolics/ Johnnie Coll’s – Highland & Reels
5. Easter Snow/ Bealach na nDálach – Air & Slip Jig
6. Francie McHugh’s/ Mary Will You Do It Again?/ Pádraig Glacan’s – Strathspey & Reels
7. The Tinware Lass/ Tuaim na Farraige – Barndance & Descriptive Piece
8. Cnaipe Damhsa/ An Soilsiú/ John Doherty’s – Double Jigs
9. The Deserter/ Galwey’s ‘Gallopede’ – Air & Local Dance Melody
10. Eadar Feabhal is Súileach/ Please Give A Penny To The Poor Old Man – Hornpipes
11. Pigeon On The Gate/ Maighdean Mhára Mhullach Mór/ Ril na Glór – Reels
12. The Pratie Apples – Air
13. The Dark Haired Girl/ Muineál a’Bhardail/ The Fairy Dance – Reels

Guest Musicians

Tim Edey – Guitar

Joleen McLaughlin – Harp

Roisin McGrory – Fiddle


The Brae Road

Roisin Mc Grory, Brae Road CD Cover , Inishowen, Donegal, Ireland, Fiddle, Irish Music, Ceol na Coille Summer School, Summer School,

Roisin McGrory (nee Harrigan) is a fiddle player based in the Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal, Ireland. Her debut album The Brae Road was released in September 2016. Featuring original compositions and a thoughtful selection of Barndances, Highlands, Airs and Reels, the album explores the rich musical heritage of this most Northern part of Ireland.



 ‘Ark of Tides’, Dinny McLaughlin’s DVD/CD

In a lifetime devoted to music both as a musician and a teacher, Dinny McLaughlin’s legacy to the world of traditional music and the culture of Ireland is immeasurable. In every era, in order for us all to move forward, to develop our artistry in cultural terms and to realise our individual and collective potential, it often requires the foresight and courage of one individual to lead the way, to stand above the parapet and to suffer the oft derision and negativity. Dinny is without doubt the person who has pioneered the establishment of Inishowen as a centre of cultural excellence in Irish traditional music. In so doing, he has rightly elevated our indigenous culture and in his own lifetime has lived to see it consolidate and flourish.