tin whistle


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tin whistle

n
(Instruments) another name for penny whistle
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tin whistle - an inexpensive fipple flutetin whistle - an inexpensive fipple flute    
fipple flute, fipple pipe, vertical flute, recorder - a tubular wind instrument with 8 finger holes and a fipple mouthpiece
Translations

tin whistle

nBlechflöte f

tin whistle

n (Mus) → zufolo
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At the Closing Ceremony guests enjoyed a performance of Taiko drumming by the Experience Japan Taiko Team, and a duet of Japanese harp and Irish tin whistle, a wonderful example of cross-cultural artistic expression.
Advanced members of Dumfries and Galloway'sYouth Music Initiative Recorder and Tin Whistle Ensemble spread Christmas cheer when they visited Allanbank Nursing Home in Dumfries.
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THE WEEk THAT the first ever edition of The Dandy Comic came with a free tin whistle.
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It's a gentle, amusing chiding coming from a pair of musicians are extremely old-school, with singer-songwriter Kallet playing guitar and other instruments, and Larsen adding a deft hand with classic instruments such as the Irish flute, tin whistle, fiddle, piano and harmonium.
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In the audience will be some of the family and friends who saw him develop from a whey-faced kid living in a terraced house in the old suburb of Rotton Park, peeping out his first tentative tunes on a cheap tin whistle, to the accomplished professional musician he is today, his talents showcased by a band with global appeal.
In a city where it's easy to locate a cuddling party or a class on the Irish tin whistle, finding a lesbian bar that's the right mix of glam and happy hour just isn't that simple.
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