Emma Lewis on how tunes connect us all. On being a woman in the traditional music scene, travels in Ireland and random festival invites. On friendships and learning tunes and on returning home to Australia.
Emma plays the following tunes:
East Clare Reel / Martin Wynne's Number 4 / The Liffey Banks
Dwyer's Jig / O'Sullivan's March / untitled jig
The Old Wooden Bridge / The Road to Ballymote / The Mayo Lasses
The Drunken Tinker / Tie The Bonnet / O'Donnell's Sligo Maid (or The Glendowan Fancy)
Thanks Emma, for a great afternoon's chat and playing.
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