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How to Sound Like a Pro Tin Whistler

One of the biggest challenges of the whistle is playing at the break-neck speeds required for...

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  • How to Sound Like a Pro Tin Whistler

    Tin Whistle Teacher (Derby) Picture One of the biggest challenges of the whistle is playing at the break-neck speeds required for much of the traditional repertoire, without sounding sloppy.  Here's what I'd recommend:      SLOW DOWN   Paradoxically, it’s much quicker to learn to play fast by starting slow and gradually...