Flageolet Tin Whistle
Somewhere around the first half of the 20th century Generation Flageolets, better known as tin whistles, were born. They and were just about all you could find in music shops until the last decade or so.
Even with all the whistles that are available today, many traditionalists prefer Generations to other pennywhistles as they feel that the sound is more connected to the tradition. One of the most influential players that helped to establish that traditional sound is Mary Bergin. She played Generations in various keys to great effect on her albums Feadóg Stain I and II.
Generation whistles are available in brass and in six different keys: Bb, C, D, Eb, F and G.
Please advise key required when ordering.