Episode 48: Merran Moir Interview (Smallpipes, Whistle)


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On ABC song books, on the south-western coast of Victoria, on Scottish cèilidhs, on the highland pipes, on learning and teaching and on the understanding of air.

This interview has been a long time coming and it was everything we hoped it would be. Thanks so much for your time, your patience and your beautiful tunes Merran.

If you'd like to contact Merran about lessons or having a tune down Warrnambool way then please follow her here:

In this episode Merran plays:
Sound of the Sun / Vivian's Jig
The Family Set - Kyle's Waltz / Margaret McLachlan / New Year in Noosa
Devil in the Kitchen / The Fairy Dance / Humours of Tulla
Unnamed Air (Merran's original composition)
The Longford Collector / Castle Kelly / name missing

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Right that's it, see you next week.


Darren & Dom


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