They play Celtic harp, penny-whistle
, violin, octave- mandolin, mandolin, accordion, guitar, harmonica, recorder and bodhr[sz]n.
CHARITY busker John Longcroft-Neal staged a penny-whistle
protest against his local council's "red tape madness.
Well," I spluttered, "one was really lanky and played a penny-whistle
Buskers were down to a solitary bloke with a penny-whistle
A brief penny-whistle
solo should dent the chances of hosts Serbia, but other Eastern Bloc nations must be considered.
It will not, however, feature his signature penny-whistle
encore of "Danny Boy.
Pink elephant-like creatures, they made high-pitched penny-whistle
sounds to communicate and pulled their ears over their eyes when they were frightened.
Anyway, the longhaired busker was blowing into his penny-whistle
, sitting under a rug on the pavement with a little dog asleep on his lap.
The program includes a transcription of "March to the Scaffold" from the Symphonie Fantastique by Hector Berlioz, "Pines of Rome" from "Pines of the Appian Way" by Ottorino Resphigi, tunes from the opera "Lakme" by Leo Delibes, First Suite in E-flat for Military Band by Gustav Holst, "La Cuparsita" by Matos Rodriguez and two Leroy Anderson arrangements, "Blue Tango" and "The Penny-Whistle
The merry, cascading sound of a lone penny-whistle
I do use traditional instruments - the fiddle and penny-whistle
and all that sort of thing.