Formerly "Fordham University's Introduction to the Irish Tin Whistle." I have renamed this site to reflect the fact that, while I've moved on from Fordham, it doesn't mean that the teaching series also must stop.
Your comparison of the voice of the Our Father to the voice of Irish Traditional Music is not only eloquently expressed, but simply brilliant in thought. You are an excellent teacher. Daniel CraigDirector of Choral ActivitiesUniversity of Southern IndianaMinister of Music Old North UMCFounding Member: Rowan Tree Irish Trad
Hi Ryan, I've been taking your online lessons, and enjoying them. On this lesson, I've memorized the tune, but having difficulty with picking up the rolls. I've learned how to to do the rolls and slides from your previous lessons. I think it's played too fast for me. I really would like to learn how. Is there anyway that this can be slowed down some. I'm probably asking the impossible. God Bless, Sharon
hey ryan, sorry for my bad english. i´m from germany.i bought a tin whistel in an hollyday in ireland. whit the whistle was a instrction. so i could play a bit. an d now i want so learn how to play the kesh jig. you give the notes on the page.have you got a video where you play this at first slow and then faster and faster??? friendly greets jana from germany ;-)
It's me Kitz again.Good Morning Brother Ryan...I find it hard to follow the notes, and you play so fast, may I request to make it a little bit slower and if possible I think for us beginner, It is easy for us to learn with letter note.I am hoping for your consideration Brother Ryan...Thank you very much...In Jesus, Mary and St. Joseph,Kitz N. Wilson
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