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  • Clarke Celtic Tin Whistle Box of 15

    Clarke Celtic Tin Whistle Box of 15

    Clarke's The Celtic Tin Whistle Counter Top Display of 24 traditionally lookin Celtic Whistles in the Key of D finished in green with Celtic Knot and each whistle comes attractively boxed with tune sheet and fingering chart. Made in England. Each of the Celtic nations has it's own instrumental tradition and each claim their right to specific instruments. The Scots will assert that the bagpipes are their national property; the Welsh the harp. The Irish claim the Uillean pipes as their own. One instrument played by all, and adopted by all is the Tinwhistle. When Robert Clarke invented the Tinwhistle in 1843, little did he know that it would become the perfect wind instrument to be played universally in all the Celtic lands. It can be heard in concert halls, broadcasts, churches and above all, especially in Ireland, in the pubs. It is easy to learn to play; inexpensive; and can be conveniently carried so as to be available for performances on all occasions.

  • Clarke Celtic Tin Whistle CWD Key of D

    Clarke Celtic Tin Whistle CWD Key of D

    Each of the Celtic nations has it's own instrumental tradition and each claim their right to specific instruments. The Scots will assert that the bagpipes are their national property; the Welsh the harp. The Irish claim the Uillean pipes as their own. One instrument played by all, and adopted by all is the Tinwhistle. When Robert Clarke invented the Tinwhistle in 1843, little did he know that it would become the perfect wind instrument to be played universally in all the Celtic lands. It can be heard in concert halls, broadcasts, churches and above all, especially in Ireland, in the pubs. It is easy to learn to play; inexpensive; and can be conveniently carried so as to be available for performances on all occasions. Supplied in the key of ‘D’, this traditionally looking CELTIC Tinwhistle is finished in green with Celtic knot logo, comes attractively packaged in a box with tune sheet and fingering chart.

  • Clarke Meg Tin Whistle Counter Display of 24 Key of D

    Clarke Meg Tin Whistle Counter Display of 24 Key of D

    Clarke's The Meg Tin Whistle in an attractive Counter Top Display holding 24 Silver Tin Whistles. Made in England. In 1843 Robert Clarke invented the Tinwhistle. The first ones he manufactured were called Megs. Meg is the Victorian word for a halfpenny and that is precisely what Robert’s Tinwhistle cost to buy. In making such an inexpensive real musical instrument, Robert brought affordable music to the masses and, in no time, his instruments were becoming available worldwide. The introduction of the MEG is a result of combining the design of our popular Sweetone range with budget raw materials and modified production process. The tonal characteristics, although slightly different from those of the Sweetone, still achieve the feel and quality of the famous Clarke sound. Avaiable in the key of ‘D’.

  • Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of C

    Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of C

    The Original Penny Whistle. The favourite music instrument of distinguished tinwhistle players ever since 1843, this Clarke Tinwhistle can be considered the Stradivarius of tinwhistles. The instrument is still made of tin-plate with a wooden plug in the mouthpiece. Delicate operations still continue to be done by hand and, most importantly, Robert Clarke's traditional conical bore has been retained to give the instrument its unique sound, called “chiff”, and no other tin whistle has the same degree of "chiff" as a Clarke. The tone of the Clarke Tinwhistle is clear and flute-like, but it is also described as "crisp and responsive" by Bill Ochs; and "husky and sensual" by Mary Bergin. All these descriptions add up to "chiff". What Tommy Makem calls, "The great Clarke tone". This is what makes a Clarke Tinwhistle unique. The tin whistle is a simple, traditional musical instrument; ideal for popular and folk music but it is also suitable for a much wider musical repertoire. It is just as good for solo playing as in ensemble with other musical instruments; and can be played by children, youth or adults alike. Robust and easy to care for, the Clarke Tinwhistle has a long life. Play it... enjoy it... and join the millions of fellow musicians who have had their start in music from the famous Clarke Tinwhistle.

  • Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of C Black

    Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of C Black

    The Original Penny Whistle. The favourite music instrument of distinguished tinwhistle players ever since 1843, this Clarke Tinwhistle can be considered the Stradivarius of tinwhistles. The instrument is still made of tin-plate with a wooden plug in the mouthpiece. Delicate operations still continue to be done by hand and, most importantly, Robert Clarke's traditional conical bore has been retained to give the instrument its unique sound, called “chiff”, and no other tin whistle has the same degree of "chiff" as a Clarke. The tone of the Clarke Tinwhistle is clear and flute-like, but it is also described as "crisp and responsive" by Bill Ochs; and "husky and sensual" by Mary Bergin. All these descriptions add up to "chiff". What Tommy Makem calls, "The great Clarke tone". This is what makes a Clarke Tinwhistle unique. The tin whistle is a simple, traditional musical instrument; ideal for popular and folk music but it is also suitable for a much wider musical repertoire. It is just as good for solo playing as in ensemble with other musical instruments; and can be played by children, youth or adults alike. Robust and easy to care for, the Clarke Tinwhistle has a long life. Play it... enjoy it... and join the millions of fellow musicians who have had their start in music from the famous Clarke Tinwhistle.

  • Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of D

    Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of D

    The Original Penny Whistle. The favourite music instrument of distinguished tinwhistle players ever since 1843, this Clarke Tinwhistle can be considered the Stradivarius of tinwhistles. The instrument is still made of tin-plate with a wooden plug in the mouthpiece. Delicate operations still continue to be done by hand and, most importantly, Robert Clarke's traditional conical bore has been retained to give the instrument its unique sound, called “chiff”, and no other tin whistle has the same degree of "chiff" as a Clarke. The tone of the Clarke Tinwhistle is clear and flute-like, but it is also described as "crisp and responsive" by Bill Ochs; and "husky and sensual" by Mary Bergin. All these descriptions add up to "chiff". What Tommy Makem calls, "The great Clarke tone". This is what makes a Clarke Tinwhistle unique. The tin whistle is a simple, traditional musical instrument; ideal for popular and folk music but it is also suitable for a much wider musical repertoire. It is just as good for solo playing as in ensemble with other musical instruments; and can be played by children, youth or adults alike. Robust and easy to care for, the Clarke Tinwhistle has a long life. Play it... enjoy it... and join the millions of fellow musicians who have had their start in music from the famous Clarke Tinwhistle.

  • Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of D Black

    Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of D Black

    The Original Penny Whistle. The favourite music instrument of distinguished tinwhistle players ever since 1843, this Clarke Tinwhistle can be considered the Stradivarius of tinwhistles. The instrument is still made of tin-plate with a wooden plug in the mouthpiece. Delicate operations still continue to be done by hand and, most importantly, Robert Clarke's traditional conical bore has been retained to give the instrument its unique sound, called “chiff”, and no other tin whistle has the same degree of "chiff" as a Clarke. The tone of the Clarke Tinwhistle is clear and flute-like, but it is also described as "crisp and responsive" by Bill Ochs; and "husky and sensual" by Mary Bergin. All these descriptions add up to "chiff". What Tommy Makem calls, "The great Clarke tone". This is what makes a Clarke Tinwhistle unique. The tin whistle is a simple, traditional musical instrument; ideal for popular and folk music but it is also suitable for a much wider musical repertoire. It is just as good for solo playing as in ensemble with other musical instruments; and can be played by children, youth or adults alike. Robust and easy to care for, the Clarke Tinwhistle has a long life. Play it... enjoy it... and join the millions of fellow musicians who have had their start in music from the famous Clarke Tinwhistle.

  • Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of D Box of 15

    Clarke Original Tin Whistle Key of D Box of 15

    The Original Penny Whistle in Counter Top Display of 15 Whistles. The favourite music instrument of distinguished tinwhistle players ever since 1843, this Clarke Tinwhistle can be considered the Stradivarius of tinwhistles. The instrument is still made of tin-plate with a wooden plug in the mouthpiece. Delicate operations still continue to be done by hand and, most importantly, Robert Clarke's traditional conical bore has been retained to give the instrument its unique sound, called “chiff”, and no other tin whistle has the same degree of "chiff" as a Clarke. The tone of the Clarke Tinwhistle is clear and flute-like, but it is also described as "crisp and responsive" by Bill Ochs; and "husky and sensual" by Mary Bergin. All these descriptions add up to "chiff". What Tommy Makem calls, "The great Clarke tone". This is what makes a Clarke Tinwhistle unique. The tin whistle is a simple, traditional musical instrument; ideal for popular and folk music but it is also suitable for a much wider musical repertoire. It is just as good for solo playing as in ensemble with other musical instruments; and can be played by children, youth or adults alike. Robust and easy to care for, the Clarke Tinwhistle has a long life. Play it... enjoy it... and join the millions of fellow musicians who have had their start in music from the famous Clarke Tinwhistle.

  • Clarke Penny Whistle for Beginners Whistle, Book and CD Pack

    Clarke Penny Whistle for Beginners Whistle, Book and CD Pack

    Now anyone can learn to play irish jigs and highland flings on the pennywhistle! Follow the simple instructions, listen carefully to the cd and you'll be playing instantly. A specially selected series of folk tunes will guide you through all the basic of pennywhistling one step at a time. Includes 32 Page Book, Tin Whistle and CD. Recommended ages 8 to 80.  

  • Clarke Special Edition 200 Original Tinwhistle C

    Clarke Special Edition 200 Original Tinwhistle C

    Clarke’s Tin whistle special edition to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth in 1816 of Robert Clarke, inventor of the Tin Whistle. Available in a special presentation box and in the key of either C or D. Made in England. The first Clarke Tinwhistle was invented in 1843 in a tiny village, Coney Weston, near Bury St. Edmunds, in England. He set up his factory in a shed and soon became a successful manufacturer. He did not trust banks so kept his considerable fortune in golden sovereigns in a bucket in his cellar. He became a very wealthy man and carried his gold coins in a gladstone bag, all from making the instrument that everyone wanted to play.

  • Clarke Special Edition 200 Original Tinwhistle D

    Clarke Special Edition 200 Original Tinwhistle D

    Clarke’s Tin whistle special edition to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth in 1816 of Robert Clarke, inventor of the Tin Whistle. Available in a special presentation box and in the key of either C or D. Made in England. The first Clarke Tinwhistle was invented in 1843 in a tiny village, Coney Weston, near Bury St. Edmunds, in England. He set up his factory in a shed and soon became a successful manufacturer. He did not trust banks so kept his considerable fortune in golden sovereigns in a bucket in his cellar. He became a very wealthy man and carried his gold coins in a gladstone bag, all from making the instrument that everyone wanted to play.

  • Clarke Sweetone Tin Whistle Counter Display of 24 Mix Colour

    Clarke Sweetone Tin Whistle Counter Display of 24 Mix Colour

    Clarke's Sweetone Tinwhistle in an attractive Counter Top Display of 24 Mixed Coloured Tin Whistles. Made in England. After 150 years of continued production of the famous Original Tinwhistle, in 1996 the company produced a brand new type of Tinwhistle, the SWEETONE. This was the first conical bore Tinwhistle to be made with a plastic mouthpiece, handmade in the U.K. using quality raw materials; the mouthpiece is moulded using ABS PC blend, this combined with modern technology and our traditional workmanship gives it a clear and accurate tone, an ideal Tinwhistle for the professional player and the enthusiastic amateur.  

  • Clarke Sweetone Tin Whistle D

    Clarke Sweetone Tin Whistle D

    This was the first conical bore Tinwhistle to be made with a plastic mouthpiece, handmade in the U.K. using quality raw materials; the mouthpiece is moulded using ABS PC blend, this combined with modern technology and our traditional workmanship gives it a clear and accurate tone, an ideal Tinwhistle for the professional player and the enthusiastic amateur. Available in Black, Blue, Gold, Green, Red and Silver.

  • Clarke Tin Whistle Tutor Book with CD

    Clarke Tin Whistle Tutor Book with CD

    The age-old sounds of Ireland, England, Scotland and early America come to life with this remarkable book and CD for tin whistlers of all levels. No previous musical training is necessary. The lessons are so clear and easy to follow that a complete beginner can learn to play a simple tune at first sitting. Then through a specially selected series of folk tunes, beginners are carefully guided through all the basics of playing one step at a time. Intermediate and advanced players will enjoy exploring the book's exciting collection of traditional music. There are 83 pieces in all — jigs, reels, hornpipes, fife tunes, slow airs, Highland flings, morris dances and lots more. Each piece is played on the CD by renowned New York tin whistle teacher, Bill Ochs. An advanced ornamentation tutorial is also included. Originally produced for the Clarke tin whistle, the book and CD are compatible with all tin whistles and pennywhistles in the key of D. The set is available in various configurations with or without a tin whistle. Suitable for ages 8 to adult.

  • Clarke Tin Whistle Tutorial Gift Pack

    Clarke Tin Whistle Tutorial Gift Pack

    Clarkes Tin Whistle Teaching Set: Original Whistle In Key of D, Comprehensive 80-Page Book and CD. Made in England. For Players of All Levels 80 Pages Packed with tunes, tips and "Tinwhistle" lore 74 Minutes of Jigs, Reels, Fife Tunes, Highland Flings and lots more The age-old sounds of Ireland, England, Scotland, and early America come to life with this charming three-piece gift set. Hand made in England since 1843, the Clarke Tinwhistle (dubbed the "pennywhistle" by street musicians) remains one of the world's most treasured folk instruments. Now anyone can learn to play Irish jigs and Highland flings on a genuine Clarke Tinwhistle with the help of this book and CD. No previous musical training is necessary!

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