Clarke Celtic Tin Whistle in D
It is easy to learn to play; inexpensive; and can be conveniently carried so as to be available for performances on all occasions.
Invented by Robert Clarke in 1843, it became such a popular and simple to play wind instrument in all the Celtic lands. It can be heard in concert halls, broadcasts, churches and above all, especially in Ireland, in the pubs.
Comes in a presentation box, with its own fingering chart and five traditional Celtic tunes, one each from Wales, Scotland and Brittany and two from Ireland. Made in England.