NIGEL SHAW & CAROLYN HILLYER
We welcome you to the hearth fire of our Dartmoor roundhouse and to the Seventh Wave Music website. We are musicians and artists who live and work amid heather hills and moors, upland streams and misted valleys. We create music albums and concerts, paintings and prints, traditional flutes and drums, books, women’s workshop journeys, instrument making weekends, gentle festivals and wild sanctuary on our ancient farm. Here beside our hearth stones you can listen to audio samples from our CDs and downloads, find out about workshops, explore the archive of images from past projects and events, or wander around our recent releases and publications. Enjoy your visit!
- Our programme of concerts and events for 2018 is ready to view. We will continue to add dates and details over the coming months. We look forward to welcoming you to Dartmoor or meeting you at a concert during this year. Read More >>>
- Dear friends, we would like to offer our deep thanks to you for supporting our work during the last year. With this film, WOUNDS OF WINTER, we wish you a peaceful and nourishing journey through the cold months, love from Nigel and Carolyn Read More >>>
- FLOW ≈ is the beautiful new recording by Nigel Shaw, an album of graceful and spacious music, an improvisation created around delicate sounds and deeply resonant wooden flutes, designed for healing journeys and peaceful contemplation. Available to order now. Read More >>>
- We are delighted to be releasing a very special 25 years anniversary edition of Nigel's classic album THE RIVER. Dartmoor river sound recordings and birdsongs gathered along its banks form the fluid bed over which the music plays. Includes an extra track of Nigel's live performance at the Cherry Blossom Festival, Kyoto. Available to order now. Read More >>>
- We are delighted to announce the publication of the second edition of the WEAVERS' ORACLE: Journey Cards & Travel Guide. This beautifully packaged oracle book and card set have been created from paintings and mythic tales by Carolyn Hillyer, spanning thirty years of her work. For more information please go to the books page. Read More >>>