Dunmore Lassies – Back to School

We gave a musical lesson at primary school De Westerburcht in Eelde on the Friday before the schools were allowed to reopen after they were closed by Covid-19. The images during Dunmore Lassies are holiday photos from Ireland by David Myles

Dunmore Lassies

This is a traditional also called Dunmore Lasses or Morrison’s Reel.

The original title is Morrison’s Reel and refers to Galway flutist Tom Morrision (1889-1958). When recording the melody at 78 rpm in 1927 it was titled “the Dunmore Lasses”

Morrison’s Reel

Three-time Ireland champion Irish flute player Paddy Carty (1929-1985, Loughrea, County Galway) recorded the tune as “Morrison’s” on his 1975 Shanachie Records album. Carty was known for his smooth East Galway playing style.

Sheet music Dunmore Lassies

Practice Dunmore Lassies with David Myles

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Video: “Dunmore Lassies” at David’s

The last song in my garden

“Dunmore Lassies” is played on the “Low Whistle”: mysterious and one of my favourites!

I think the atmosphere goes very well with this song.

Yours, David

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Video: How to play Dunmore Lassies on low D whistle – Rapalje Show 25

Welcome to the 25th Rapalje Show! And we had another celebration: The 10.000th subscriber here on this YouTube channel.

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