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Errigal of Dunlewey
Copyright 2010 Winged Warrior Publishing (ASCAP).  All Rights Reserved!
Song Length = 4:15
Audio = Stereo MP3
Sample Rate = 44,100 Samples/Second
Bit Rate = 192 Bits/Second

Style = Cinematic / Soundtrack
Theme = A Celtic tavern tune.

Errigal of Dunlewey is track 8 on Stratos: The Final Frontier (2017).  This song was composed and produced by Stratos over a couple pints of Guinness and the sudden desire to release a Celtic-sounding song for St. Patrick's Day 2010.

The title of the song comes from one of Stratos' favorite locations in the world - Mt. Errigal in Co. Donegal, Ireland - which he climbed in the Fall of '96 while studying in N. Ireland.

Stratos did two versions of Errigal of Dunlewey.  This version is more of a "period piece" that could be found in any tavern littering the Emerald Isle throughout history and features a fiddle, cello, acoustic guitar, bodhran and a few other percussion instruments.  The other mix is more modern with electronic rhythms and drums.  Both versions have been released today.  This pub mix has been licensed for Fantasy Craft by Crafty Games.

Errigal of Dunlewey was composed and arranged by Stratos of Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design - the team that brought you the Origins Award-nominated Universe87 Campaign Setting Soundtrack (Bailey Records, July 19, 2005).

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Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer]
June 13th, 2012
This is a nice piece, with the feel of an energetic Irish reel and a great rhythm. However, it has a very distinct ending and beginning, so it doesn’t loop well—a liability for a gaming background track. If the looping issue doesn’t bother you so [...]
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September 21, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on March 17, 2010.