Whistles & Low Whistles
The whistle is a simple flute traditionally used in Irish music. It is a recorder, generally metallic, with 6 holes. The whole range of whistles ranges from the soprano or sopranino tessitura (in some brands), to the tenor. The term LOW WHISTLE is somewhat diffuse as it refers to a grave tessitura, but it is not clear from which point. There are brands that already call Low Whistle from Bb mezzo soprano to C tenor.