Hi! I have a D whistle and a C one. I'd like to know the fingering of Toss The Feathers and Erin Shore. thanks a lotAsked by:SILVIA
If this is your first time buying a whistle I would highly recommend starting with the traditional high D whistle. They are much easier to play, especially for beginners The Low D whistle plays at an octave below the tradional D,it is a lot bigger, it is longer, wider, the holes are much bigger and further apart. They also require more air to get a good sound. On the up side the Low D has a beautiful sound, very atmospheric and very popular with many musicians.
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