Clarke Sweetone C Whistle Black Traditional tapering tin tube with moulded black plastic mouthpiece Whistle Advice The whistle is a diatonic instrument with simple fingering, and it’s very easy to learn to play – easier than the recorder. Whistles generally play two octaves, and you can easily play in two keys on any whistle, for example on a D whistle you can play in D and G. Because many tunes go down below the key note, you will often find that the tune is easier to play in G than D on a D whistle, because D is the lowest note. This means you should also consider the alternative key of the whistle when choosing the key. C goes to F, A to D which is useful, F to Bb, G to C and so on.
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Clarke sweetone C black – traditional tapering tin tube with moulded black plastic mouthpiece
Made by Clarke Tinwhistles – made in England since 1843, the original and still hugely popular.
Easy to play, great for beginners