Irish flute Low-whistle.
Key: G major.
Length: 43 cm.
Material: rosewood, copper rings.
Design features: tunable, according to the new manufacturing
technology whistle – “tube in tube”.
The sound of a flute in a soft,
deep and confident.
Sergey Klevensky — best professional flutist Russia
officially represents our whistle.
Sergey Klevensky is a multi – instrumentalist who has mastered more
a dozen of the most exotic wind instruments. It is easy
fits in any musical culture, from the acoustic fusion
to heavy electronic rock. His virtuoso playing, he decorated
an infinite number of projects. Among them: a Quartet of Ivan Smirnov,
Farlanders, Myllarit, Volga, Moscow Grooves Institute, Malaria,
Art Ceilidh. According to critics, Sergey Klevensky can be called
one of the most powerful musicians of the contemporary ethnic scene in Russia.
Whistle – folk recorder, widespread in Ireland, Scotland and England – is literally translated as “whistle, flute”. Traditionally, the whistle is made of metal, sometimes made of wood. Whistle has 6 slot openings, the traditional system of key D major. Flute sounds high, collected, and is perfect for play fast tunes!
How to play the flute Whistle:
Take a flute in hands. Fingers of left hand, close the top three slot holes (those that are closer to the whistle): index, middle, ring. Then the fingers of right hand – the index, middle, ring closing the remaining three lower holes. The fingers fall on the opening play tight, but at the same time, do not stress. When opening the holes during the game the thumbs of both hands and the little finger of right hand held the flute. Put the flute to his lips and blow evenly whistle slot at the end of the flute, gradually changing the force of the blast until a smooth sound.
After obtaining stable audio for all the holes closed, proceed to search for the sound of the open hole from the bottom, and so, gradually mastered the sounds of all the holes in a sequential order, go to simple melodies that tell you flute.
Beautiful melodies and joy to you during the development of a magic flute whistle!