The age-old sounds of Ireland, England, Scotland and early America come to life with this remarkable book with online audio. This tin whistle book is compatible with all tin whistles, pennywhistles and flageolets in the key of D. Renowned author/musician Bill Ochs has gone to great lengths to create
The age-old sounds of Ireland, England, Scotland and early America come to life with this remarkable book with online audio. This tin whistle book is compatible with all tin whistles, pennywhistles and flageolets in the key of D. Renowned author/musician Bill Ochs has gone to great lengths to create a package that truly has something for everyone.
The lessons are clear and easy enough that a complete beginner can learn to play a simple tune after the first lesson. Intermediate and advanced players will enjoy exploring this book's exciting collection of traditional music. The 83 pieces include a wide variety of song styles - gigs, reels, hornpipes, fife tunes, slow airs, Highland flings, morris dances and lots more. Each piece is played on the online audio by renowned New York tin whistle teacher, Bill Ochs. An advanced ornamentation tutorial is also included with key of D. Access to online audio is included.
Contents: Lessons - How To Use This Book - Getting Started - First Notes - Tonguing - Three More Notes - Twinkle Twinkle Little Star - Practice Tunes - Completing The Scale - Sweet Betsy From Pike - Lesson One: The ABC's of Music - The Muffin Man - Lesson Two: Another New Note - C Natural - Oranges and Lemons - Lesson Three: Quarter, Half, and Whole Notes - Go Tell Aunt Rhody - Lesson Four: Eighth Notes - Lesson Five: Sixteenth Notes - Lesson Six: Dotted Quarter and Half Notes - Lesson Seven: Dotted Eighth Notes - Lesson Eight: 6/8 Time - The Cat's Jig - Lesson Nine: Slurring/High E - Lesson Ten: More Notes in the Upper Register - Don Oiche Ud I mBeithil - Tin Whistle Basic Fingerings The Tunes - Wallflowers - What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor - The Quaker's Wife - Tim Finnegan's Wake - Hey Diddle Dis - The Bonny, Bonny Broom - On The Road To Boston - Lil Liza Jane - The Wagoner's Lad - The Eagle's Whistle - The Parting Glass - Drummond Castle - Bonaparte's Grand March Morris Dances - The Blue-Eyed Stranger - The Ladies Pleasure - Idbury Hill - The Boatman - The Trip To Tunbridge - Quick Scotch - The Gay Gordons - The Old Grey Cat - Ruffy Tufty High C#, D and Third Octave Notes Pipe and Tabor Tunes - I'll Go and Enlist for a Sailor - Constant Billy Fife Tunes - Governor King's March - The Boston March - The Girl I Left Behind Me - Kemp's Jig - The Helston Furry Fiddle Tunes - Over the Waterfall - West Fork Gals Ornamentation in Irish Music Slurring (Review) Cuts More Cuts Strikes Rolls Reels Rolls in Reels Short Rolls Crans A Note About Breathing Hornpipes - The Durham Rangers - The Steamboat Hornpipe - Poll Hapenny - Scattery Island Slide - Maurice Manley's Polka - Ryan's Slip Jig Strathspeys - Brochan Lom - Will You Go To Sheriff Muir? - Hot Punch - Balmoral Castle - The Kilt is My Delight - The Oyster Wives' Rant - The Muckin'O' Geordie's Byre - Old Cape Breton March - Cutty's Wedding - Cion A' Bhuntata - Marching the Soldier Along Slow Airs - Casadh An Tsugain - Uir-Chill A'Chreagain - For The Sakes of Old Decency - Jim Ward's Jig - Rolling in the Barrel - The Boy That Shaved His Father - Johnny Mickey's - Egan's Polka - Pigtown - The Little Bag of Spuds - Sean Sa Cheo Appendix Transposing Fingering Chart