am have a LOT of trouble hitting high notes on my D whistle. I am good for an octave - trying to get a not shrill tone - but when I begin the 2nd octave, my sound is shrill and unpleasant. I am just blowing harder and the whistle doesn't have the lovely mellow sound I hear on CDs. Any help? Thanks.
Asked by:Ginny

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The best way to play high D is to cover all of the holes but the very top one, and blow slightly harder than you would in the lower range.

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