First of all, thanks for being part of these tin whistle lessons. We hope you found this material useful, and it helped kick-start playing or improve your performance, maybe even a future professional career, who knows!
Your journey doesn’t stop here. There is much more to explore, decide what to do next, and grow as a tin whistle player.
Get in touch
Feel free to use a contact page on this website to let us know about your experience with the lessons. Is there something not clear enough? Is there something missing that you wish to be included and are eager to learn about?
Your feedback is highly appreciated, and we wouldn’t mind helping with any questions or improving the existing lessons with more tutorials and useful tips.
Join our Improver course
Our exclusive tin whistle course is well suited for anyone already familiar with the fundamentals and the basics of ornamentation. You will learn to correctly apply all these techniques to traditional Irish music and various tune types such as jigs, reels, polkas, etc… There is much practical stuff for everyone, from beginners to experienced players.
Learn new tunes and songs
Keep practicing, as practice makes you a better player. Once you get the basics, try to learn some new tunes. There are a lot of Irish traditional tunes with the sheet music and tin whistle tabs here on the website, so make sure to check them out.
You may also want to check some of the recommended tin whistle CDs to enjoy and learn from the music. Listening to other great players is the key to improvement when you are familiar with the basics.
Buy a new whistle
It’s like buying a new pair of sneakers when you decide to take your running to the next level. Not that it just feels good, but you will find out soon that a better tin whistle gives you more potential for advanced stuff you are going to play. So, feel free to check our tin whistle buying guide and choose the best one to suit your needs.
Join the community
There are many resources for tin whistle players out there and many people to exchange your experience with. Join some of the tin whistle Facebook groups or other online communities such as The Session or Chiff and Fipple forum. Also, do not hesitate to follow tin whistle discussions on Reddit. Plenty of useful stuff there too.
See you soon!
If you find these lessons valuable, come back here to the website from time to time and keep it as a reference. As your playing gets better and better, we’re sure there would be some parts of the existing tutorials that you missed, or maybe they just didn’t ring the bell for the very first time.
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