Whistler mural

The Ultimate On-Line Whistle Community. If you find one more ultimater, let us know.
User avatar
Terry McGee
Posts: 2995
Joined: Sun Dec 12, 2004 4:12 pm
Please enter the next number in sequence: 1
Location: Malua Bay, on the NSW Nature Coast

Re: Whistler mural

Post by Terry McGee »

Ah, spot on Mr Gumby, well done. Yes, a young couple from Canberra were over your way about that time and came back with them, only identified as "The Wran Tunes". Haven't played them in years, but there they were, on the end of the whistle. Long term memory is a wonderful thing, isn't it. Now what was your name again, young man?
The Danish Piper
Posts: 21
Joined: Sun Feb 19, 2023 2:57 pm
antispam: No
Please enter the next number in sequence: 8
Tell us something.: I am a original a piper and play the Highland Pipes and Scottish smallpipes and have done so for 17 years
About 1,5 years ago i took up the Low Whistle and really enjoy that as well.

Re: Whistler mural

Post by The Danish Piper »

Mr.Gumby wrote: Wed Mar 15, 2023 5:31 am
Na Piobairi Uilleann's Notes and narratives series has this talk: Fingal and its mummers
Absolutely great. I enjoyed listening to the history and tradition he is talking about.
It is fascinating how everything is connected, yet different.
Thank you very much.
Playing music since 2006
Whistle and different set of bagpipes.
Post Reply