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.
hey you're still alive!! :) good to see stuff from you again. thanks for sharing. may 2009 hold new, interesting, and hopefully better experiences than the previous years for all of us.
What kind of whistle are you using in "Lord Mayo"? I like the sound a lot! Thanks.
nice tunes again, realy like your posts. Hope you will put some teaching material on-line for those of us on the far end of teh world.
I love ALL your whistles (probably because you're such a good player) and all your videos!Please can you do a comparison video of the whistles you have? It would really help people like me who are trying to choose a whistle to buy. Please please please!!
Hello!! Regards from Chile your videoes serve me very much, are of great help for these places. And your skill they are a great example. Thank you ¡ Att: Katiushka
Thank you for the lessons! I am learning to use the wonderful tin whistle. I bought one of them in Galway last August when I visited Ireland. I love your country.Greetings from Spain.
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