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I play (with varying degrees of success) basically all of the winds. It may take some time to get used to switching between the two, but ultimately this shouldn't be a problem. The one thing that will change is that as you get better at trumpet, your embouchure will get stronger, so you'll have to relax more for single reeds. However, this will be a very ...


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Picking up tin whistle nicely in a few months is doable. Recording your own game music with a Celtic flair after that time isn't. There is a difference between holding your own and leading the dance. What defines a flair are people who have been playing their instruments in a genre for years. Their instruments are an extension of their imagination. ...


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The tin whistle is similar to the recorder or piano - in that it's easy to get a sound out - the challenge lies the complexity of the music. One of the biggest challenges many people (definitely myself!) find moving to the tin whistle is the change of music style - folk music, and the culture around it is generally not notated - or briefly so, if that. ...



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