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18-08-2018, 09:16   #1
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Low Whistle v Tin Whistle

Hi there,

Just wondering if it's crazy to want to learn the low whistle without knowing how to play the tin whistle?

I'm a bit old to be learning but look i'd like to start. I got a low whistle years ago as a gift. What do you recommend?
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20-08-2018, 14:52   #2
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Depending on the key, the finger stretch and amount of air required to play a low whistle can be off-putting for a beginner

Tin whistles are cheap. Why don't you try a few lessons and see how you get on? You can always play the tinwhistle tunes you learn on the low whistle.
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