Collection of music sheets with notes and tablatures for Irish D Tin Whistle, also know as penny whistle, English flageolet, Scottish penny whistle, tin flageolet, Irish whistle, feadog stain and Clarke London Flageolet, which is a simple, six-holed woodwind instrument, a fipple flute.
This free App helps you to learn playing popular, traditional Celtic/Irish/Scottish tunes and some other melodies. The music sheets contain both the notes and fingering tablatures, thus allowing you to learn even with no knowledge of musical notation at all! This App can play every melody, showing the playback progress on the music sheet, facilitating the mastering of your whistle skills. It is possible to tune the playback rate via the corresponding option in the "Options" menu (available via a button in the screen corner).
This App is ad-supported by default. Banner advertisements are shown on the top of every screen. Full-screen advertisements are shown on each return to the main menu. The full-screen ads are also triggered automatically each five minutes.
It is possible to subscribe for an ads-free use. A variety of options is accessible via the "shop" button in the corner of each screen. Once subscribed, a user won't see any ads, and also will enjoy all paid tunes unlocked for the duration of the subscription.
Some of the tunes are locked by the default. It is possible to unlock any chosen tune permanently for a small price, using the corresponding "unlock" button. Also all the tunes are automatically unlocked when an ads-free subscription is purchased (for the duration of the acquired subscription).
- 7:40 (Russian Jewish folk)
- A Bruxa (Galician folk)
- A Roving (Sea shanty)
- Abbotts Bromley Horn Dance (English folk)
- After the Battle of Aughrim (March)
- Alonzo the Brave and Fair Imogene (Newfoundland folk)
- Amhran Na bhFiann (Irish National Anthem)
- Are You Sleeping, Maggie? (Scottish folk)
- Aux Champs Elysees (Joe Dassin)
- Banish Misfortune (Jig)
- Black Velvet Band (Irish folk)
- Blackthorn Stick (Jig)
- Bounce Upon Bess (Jig)
- Calling Mo Ruin-Sa (Waltz)
- Captain White (Jig)
- Carnutian Forest (Eluveitie)
- Charlie Is My Darling (Scottish folk)
- Chi Mai (Ennio Morricone)
- Circassian Circle (Scottish folk)
- Concerning Hobbits (Howard Shore)
- Cuckoo's Nest (English folk)
- Cupino Kolo (Albanian folk)
- Denis Murphy's (Polka)
- Devil's Away With the Exciseman (Robert Burns)
- Dicey Reilly (Irish folk)
- Dirty Old Town (Ewan MacColl)
- El Cóndor Pasa (D. A. Robles)
- Fairhaired Boy (Jig)
- Foggy Dew (Irish folk)
- Follow Me Up to Carlow (Irish folk)
- Fourpenny Girl (Jig)
- Gentleman Soldier (Irish folk)
- Girl (The Beatles)
- Give Me Your Hand (Waltz)
- Green Cockade (March)
- God Save Ireland (T. D. Sullivan)
- Greensleeves (English folk)
- Happy Birthday to You (Folk)
- Hava Nagila (Jewish folk)
- High Germany (English folk)
- High Jig (Jig)
- Hills of Connemara (Irish folk)
- Hot Asphalt (Ewan MacCall)
- I'll Tell Me Ma (English folk)
- Irish Rover (Irish folk)
- Jingle Bells (Christmas song)
- Johnny Cope (Scottish folk)
- Join the British Army (Irish folk)
- Kesh Jig (Jig)
- Kildare Fancy (Hornpipe)
- Kolo Iz Dubrave (Serbian folk)
- Korobushka (Russian folk)
- Let It Be (The Beatles)
- Maruxa (Galician folk)
- Mirkovo Kolo (Serbian folk)
- Molly Malone (Irish folk)
- Moonshiner (Irish folk)
- Morning Dew (Reel)
- Neapolitan Tarantella (Italian folk)
- Non Te Namores Meniña (Galician folk)
- Off to California (Hornpipe)
- Once Upon Time in America (Ennio Morricone)
- Piper O'Dundee (Scottish folk)
- Rights of Man (Hornpipe)
- Rocky Road to Dublin (Irish folk)
- Saint Patrick's An Dro (Breton folk)
- Siege of Ennis (Polka)
- Some Say the Devil is Dead (Irish folk)
- Super Trouper (ABBA)
- Temple of Time (The Legend of Zelda)
- Terminator Theme (Brad Fiedel)
- and more...
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Apart the suprizing necessary permisions this app is pretty expensive for the complexity of the songs
Why do you have to pay for songs now. And very expensive
It is a good app in how it works, but the collection of free songs is very small. I mean very small. So small that a wood cutter can count them all on his fingers and still have spare fingers.
You get exactly 7 songs to start with. After that it's roughly a dollar a song or a subscription fee. Sorry, it is an interesting concept but not worth it.
Would like to be able to subscribe with Play credits, rather than cars. Change this and I'll subscribe. App itself, brilliant. No faults from here, Huawei P9 on 6.0
Have to pay for most of the songs now
very nice overall. easy to use. playback feature with note highlighting. good variety of free tunes. the only thing that I miss is the ability to print out a sheet. and maybe lyrics.
Well, it makes the irish culture more attractive in many point
Irish tin Whistle
Tin whistle songbook
Really great app. Songs are a bit costly to unlock but plenty of songs to practice without paying a cent.
Great little app! Would be improved by including a play rate control to help the learner get to grips with the tune at a slower pace?
Can find most of this for free elsewhere. Very limited. $?
Loved it well done lads keep up the good work
Subscription based? Really?
Brilliant if you are learning the tin whistle. Very clean And stable app. And I hope the developer adds new tunes as time goes on. I would be happy to pay for the app.