Now I’m slightly better at it, here’s a video which shows off the low D whistle on its own (yes that’s the second and third octave too).
Autumn Child, by Brendan O’Regan (harmony by yours truly).
Dixon Low D Whistle
Rhodes and Harpsichord
Image Credit: John McSporran via Flickr https://flic.kr/p/qtFddw
My Low D whistle finally turned up, so here’s a cover of Horizonto to celebrate.
Dixon Low D whistle
Tweaked Walton’s D whistle
This is Horizonto by Paul James. Artwork by David DeHetre via flickr flick.com/davedehetre (cc-by)
Definitely a work in progress, so apologies for the intonation. This is a loop I used to practise. Enjoy!
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