Po ostatnim pobycie w Edynburgu i sobotniej sesji do północy w pubie Royal Oak (to stare nagranie ale ten gość z był):


Tym razem z cyklu “musisz to znać”, tu w wykonaniu autora:

Caledonia is a modern Scottish folk ballad written by Dougie MacLean in 1977.[1] The chorus of the song features the lyric “Caledonia, you’re calling me, and now I’m going home”,[2] the term “Caledonia” itself being a Latin word for Scotland. The song became the most popular of all MacLean’s recordings and something of an anthem for Scotland.[3] “Caledonia” has been covered by a great number of artists. (Źródło: Caledonia (song) – Wikipedia)

Dla potrzebujących nuty w tonacji C, do gry zalecany whistle low G (patrz tu):


Źródło: Caledonia Tin Whistle Notes And Sheet Music – Irish folk songs

Need some help?

Na stronie Tony Dixon Music (producent whistle) pojawił się przystępny “tutorial” dla początkujących w grze na tym instrumencie:

If you’ve bought a high D whistle, and find it a bit loud or shrill, there are other keys available. (The fact that I make whistles and flutes has nothing to do with the last statement). The larger the whistle, the deeper it is, and it usually follows that the holes will be larger and more widely spaced, which may make things a bit awkward for the complete newcomer.

Źródło: Tony Dixon Music – Need some help?

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