The Tin Whistle Song Book (2023)

The Tin Whistle Song Book With Letter Notes by Martin Dardis includes the sheet music tabs with finger positions and easy to follow letter notes for over 100 well known and most popular Irish, Scottish, English and American songs including some Children's songs and Christmas Carols which is suitable for beginners. A PDF ebook is also available. This is the first time such a book was published to include the letter notation along with the sheet music. This book is also suitable for other musical instruments such as the piano keyboard, the banjo/mandolin and recorder. All the songs have been worked out on the D whistle. I have made them as easy to play as possible.

Below are the details of the first ebook

The Tin Whistle Song Book (1)

(Video) The Tin Whistle Song Book. Only available in Ireland

I will email you the ebook after purchase .

​A PDF version of the Tin Whistle Book is now available. When you purchase the ebook using the payment method above I'll email you the PDF version of the book.​The price is€7.50. There are extra bonus tin whistle sheet music tabs in the ebook.

  1. List of songs in the tin whistle book are =
  2. ​Tin Whistle Chart . Which shows which notes are on the tin whistle in D.
  3. A Bucket Of Mountain Dew .
  4. A Man You Don’t Meet Every Day . [ Dubliners / The Pogues ]
  5. A Mother’s Love’s A Blessing .
  6. A Nation Once Again . [ The Wolfe Tones ]
  7. All For Me Grog . [ The Clancy Brothers ]
  8. Amazing Grace.
  9. Avondale. [ Mary Black ]
  10. Arthur McBride. [ Christy Moore ]
  11. Banna Strand . [ Wolfe Tones ]
  12. Black Is The Colour . [ Christy Moore ]
  13. The Black Velvet Band . [ Luke Kelly ]
  14. Boolavogue .
  15. The Bold Fenian Men. [ Dublin City Ramblers ]
  16. Bold Robert Emmet.
  17. The Boys Of Fairhill . [ Jimmy Crowley ]
  18. The Boys of The Old Brigade .
  19. The Cliffs of Dooneen .
  20. Come By The Hills .
  21. Come My Little Son .
  22. The Connemara Cradle Song .
  23. The County Of Armagh.
  24. Courtin’ In The Kitchen .
  25. Down By The Glenside.
  26. The Dying Rebel .
  27. Danny Boy . [ Full version with all verses ]
  28. For Ireland I’d Not Tell Her Name.
  29. The Foggy Dew.
  30. Galway Bay.
  31. The Galway Shawl .
  32. Happy Birthday To You .
  33. He’s Got The Whole World In His Hand .
  34. Henry My Son.
  35. The Homes Of Donegal.
  36. I’ll Tell Me Ma .
  37. I’m A Rover .
  38. Irish Ways and Irish Laws .
  39. The Soldier’s Song/
  40. Abhran Na Bhfiann .
  41. James Connolly.
  42. Johnny Jumps Up .
  43. Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye.
  44. Kelly The Boy From Killane.
  45. Kumbaya.
  46. The Leaving of Liverpool.
  47. Maggie .
  48. Maids When You’re Young
  49. Never Wed An Old Man .
  50. Michael Row Your Boat Ashore .
  51. Morning Has Broken.
  52. Molly Malone .
  53. My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean.
  54. My Lovely Rose Of Clare .
  55. The Night Visiting Song.
  56. Noreen Brown..
  57. Nancy Whiskey.
  58. Oh Susanna.
  59. Oh My Darling Clementine .
  60. Oró Sé Do Bheath Abhaile .
  61. Peggy Gordon .
  62. Quare Bungle Rye .
  63. Red Is The Rose .
  64. Red River Valley.
  65. Roddy McCorley.
  66. The Rising Of The Moon.
  67. Sam Hall .
  68. Scarborough Fair .
  69. Sean South.
  70. Seven Drunken Nights.
  71. Shanagolden .
  72. Shenandoah .
  73. The Sloop John B.
  74. Spancil Hill .
  75. The Butcher Boy .
  76. The Galway Races .
  77. The Gypsy Rover .
  78. The Hills Of Connemara .
  79. The Minstrel Boy.
  80. The Parting Glass.
  81. The Rattlin Bog .
  82. The Rocky Road To Dublin .
  83. The Spanish Lady .
  84. The Star Of The County Down.
  85. The Streets Of Laredo.
  86. The Water Is Wide.
  87. The West’s Asleep.
  88. The Wild Rover.
  89. The Yellow Rose Of Texas .
  90. Weile Waile.
  91. What Shall We Do With
  92. The Drunken Sailor .
  93. When The Saints Go Marching In .
  94. Whiskey In The Jar .
  95. Will The Circle Be Unbroken .
  96. Will You Go Lassie Go.
  97. You Are My Sunshine.
  98. CHILDREN’S SONGS
  99. Ba Ba Black Sheep .
  100. Bingo.
  101. The Camptown Races
  102. For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow .
  103. Frere Jacques .
  104. Hush Little Baby.
  105. How Much Is That Doggy
  106. In The Window .
  107. London Bridge Is Falling Down .
  108. Mary Had A Little lamb.
  109. Old McDonald Had A Farm.
  110. Ring Around The Rosey.
  111. Baby Shark
  112. The Alphabet Song.
  113. The Wheels On The Bus .
  114. This Old Man .
  115. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.
  116. CHRISTMAS CAROLS
  117. Angels We Have Heard On High.
  118. Away In A Manger .
  119. Come All Ye Faithful.
  120. Good King Wenceslas .
  121. Silent Night.
  122. We Wish You A
  123. Merry Christmas . [ Bing Crosby ]
  124. Banjo Fretboard .
  125. Piano Finger Chart .
  126. Below are the extra sheet music tabs in the ebook that are not in the paperback book.
  127. Down To The River To Pray
  128. Down By The Sally Gardens
  129. Hail Glorious Saint Patrick. [ Most well known St. Patrick's Day Song ]
  130. Home On The Range [ American folk song ]
  131. Loch Lomond [ Probably the best known Scottish song ]
  132. May The Road Rise Up To Meet You
  133. Scotland The Brave
  134. Tramps And Hawkers
  135. The Wild Colonial Boy
  136. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling [ An Old Irish / American Song ]
  137. Auld Lang Syne [ The last song to be sang on the last day of every year ]
  138. The Skye Boat Song
  139. Bringing In The Sheaves [ A Christian Song / Hymn ]
  140. America The Beautiful
  141. Long Way To Tipperary [ A classic British music hall song ]
  142. Goodnight Irene
  143. When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again
  144. How Great Thou Art
  145. Southwind
  146. The Star Spangled Banner [ National anthem of the United State Of America ]
  147. Wabash Cannonball
  148. Yankee Doodle
  149. The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls
  150. The Yellow Rose Of Texas
  151. Simple Gifts
  152. ​House Of The Rising Sun [ A big hit for ''The Animals'' ]
  153. This Land Is Your Land [ A Woody Guthrie classic song ]
  154. Tom Tom The Pipers Son [ Kids easy songs ]
  155. Three Blind Mice
  156. Three Little Kittens
  157. The Mulberry Bush
  158. Ten Little Indians
  159. Pussy Cat Pussy Cat
  160. Little Jack Horner
  161. Hey Diddle Diddle
  162. Ding Dong Bell
  163. ​The Ballad Of Jed Clampett [ Beverly Hillbillies Them Song ]
  164. ​Abide With Me [ Hymn ]
  165. ​Summer In Dublin By Bagatelle [ Piano / Tin Whistle Letter Notes Only ]
  166. ​Absent Friends [ Mike Denver Version ]
  167. ​Bringing In The Sheaves
  168. Puff The Magic Dragon
  169. ​On Top Of Old Smokey
  170. Five Hundred Miles [ Justin Timberlake ]
  171. Viva La Quinta Brigada [ Christy Moore ]
  172. O Canada [ Canadian National Anthem Tin Whistle Notes ]
  173. The Wellerman [ Sea Shanty Sheet Music With Letters ]
  174. Puppet on a string
  175. Did You Ever Get The Ride On A Tractor [ Letter Notes Included ]
  176. Right Alright [ Dublin City Ramblers / The Kings Of Connaught Band ]
  177. Catch Me If You Can Me Name Is Dan Sure I'm Your Man [ Brendan Shine ]
  178. My Last Farewell - Barleycorn
  179. Home To Donegal - Nathan Carter
  180. The Boys Of Kilmichael
  181. My Donegal Shore - Daniel O'Donnell
  182. Matchstalk Men And Matchstalk Cats And Dogs - Brian And Michael
  183. The Carnival Is Over - The Seekers
  184. Eileen Oge /the Pride of Petravor
  185. The Bare Necessities From The Movie ''Jungle Book''
  186. ​Me And Bobby McGee
  187. ​My Heart Is In Ireland By The Wolfe Tones
  188. Come My Little Son by Luke Kelly / Ewan McColl
  189. ​Ordinary Man by Christy Moore
  190. ​Dad's Army Song
  191. ​I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For by U2
  192. ​Rock 'N, Roll Kids [ Brendan Graham - Eurovision Song ]
  193. ​Linger by The Cranberries
  194. A Couple More Years [ Ronnie Drew / Dr. Hook Pop / Country song ]
  195. May It Be by Enya - The Lord Of The Rings - The Fellowship Of The Rings
  196. I'll never fall in love again
  197. ​Downtown by Patula Clarke
  198. ​Grace by Jim McCann / The Dubliners / Wolfe Tones
  199. From The Candy Store On The Corner
  200. Only A Woman's Heart
  201. ​Gentle Mother - Big Tom
  202. Stumblin' In Suzi Quatro / Chris Norman
  203. Summer Nights from Greece
  204. Bye Bye Baby by The Bay City Rollers
  205. Song Sung Blue by Neil Diamond
  206. Heaven Around Galway Bay
  207. Everyday by Buddy Holly
  208. Baker Street by Jerry Rafferty
  209. Hotel California by The Eagles
  210. Three Little Birds by Bob Marley
  211. Una Paloma Blanca by George Baker
  212. Rockin' All Over The World by Status Quo
  213. When I Need You by Leo Sayer
  214. My Lagan Love
  215. Galway Girl
  216. Lord Of The Dance by The Dubliners
  217. St. Patrick Was A Gentleman
  218. Morningtown Ride by The Seekers
  219. Candle In The Wind
  220. It's a great day for the Irish
  221. My wild Irish rose
  222. South Australia
  223. The rose of Tralee
  224. Farewell to Carlingford
  225. For these are my mountains
  226. Katy Daly
  227. Lady of Knock by Dana
  228. Limerick you're a lady
  229. Dirty old town
  230. John O'Dreams
  231. Flower of Scotland by The Corries
  232. Four strong winds
  233. The fields of Athenry
  234. The Isle of Innisfree
  235. The wind in the willows
  236. In my father's house
  237. McNamara's Band
  238. 21 Years
  239. Come By The Hills
  240. The Boys Of The Old Brigade
  241. Maggie May by Rod Stewart
  242. The Unicorn Song by The Irish Rovers
  243. The Voyage by Johnny Duhan / Christy Moore
  244. A Pair Of Brown Eyes by Shane MacGowan And The Pogues
  245. Lonely This Christmas by Mud
  246. The Green And Red Of Mayo by The Saw Doctors
  247. Skibbereen
  248. The Dutchman
  249. Ireland's Call
  250. The Auld Triangle
  251. The Lakes Of Pontchartrain
  252. May The Road Rise To Meet You
  253. Greenland Whale Fisheries
  254. An Irish Lullaby
  255. God's Plan by Derek Ryan
  256. Remember Me by Christie Hennessy
  257. The Blacksmith
  258. Kilkelly Ireland
  259. Boston Rose / Mike Denver / Wolfe Tones
  260. Beautiful Meath
  261. Red Rose Cafe by The Furey Brothers
  262. Back Home In Derry by Christy Moore
  263. Streams Of Whiskey by The Pogues
  264. Bang On The Ear by The Waterboys
  265. My Donegal Shore
  266. McAlpine's Fusiliers
  267. The old bog road
  268. Botany bay
  269. Nobody's child
  270. Mursheen Durkin
  271. Monto
  272. If we only had old Ireland over here
  273. The rambles of spring
  274. Big strong man / Sylvest
  275. Tippin' it up to Nancy
  276. Included below are the free folk and oldies songs that come with the above ebook
  277. After all these years
  278. The spinning wheel
    Song for the mira
  279. A pub with no beer
  280. After the ball is over
  281. Annie Laurie
  282. Auld lang syne
  283. Believe me after all those endearing young charms
  284. A bicycle built for two
  285. Bless 'Em all
  286. Bluebells of Scotland
  287. A daisy a day
  288. Don't dilly dally on the way
  289. Down at the old bull and bush
  290. Edelweiss
  291. Forty shades of green
  292. From a jack to a king
  293. Hokey pokey
  294. I belong to Glasgow
  295. I love you more and more every day
  296. King of the road
  297. Let him go let him tarry
  298. Lily the pink
  299. Massacre at Glencoe
  300. The meeting of the waters
  301. Mull of Kintyre
  302. My love is like a red red rose
  303. My old Kentucky home
  304. Be nobody's darling but mine
  305. Now is the hour
  306. Old flames
  307. Somewhere over the rainbow
  308. Pal of my cradle days
  309. You'll never walk alone
  310. The white rose of Athens
  311. Whiskey on a Sunday
  312. Where the river Shannon flows
  313. Tulips from Amsterdam
  314. The wearing of the green
  315. The old rustic bridge by the mill
  316. The old rugged cross
  317. The last rose of summer
  318. Ghost riders in the sky
  319. Sixteen tons
  320. When I grow too old to dream
  321. My wild Irish rose
  322. The rose of Aranmore
  323. I'm so lonesome I could cry
  324. Somewhere my love -Laura's theme
  325. Mockingbird hill
  326. You were always on my mind
  327. Strangers in the night
  328. Walking my baby back home
  329. The end of the world
  330. Oh lonesome me
  331. Que sera sera
  332. That's Amore
  333. Heart of gold
  334. The house of the rising sun
  335. Ghost riders in the sky
  336. Dream lover
  337. Make the world go away
  338. Close to you
  339. The last waltz
  340. Summertime
  341. Peaceful easy feeling
  342. I only have eyes for you
  343. Pack up your troubles in your own kit bag
  344. Without you
  345. It never rains in Southern California
  346. Good morning starshine
  347. I'm a rover seldom sober
  348. Tom Dooley
  349. Cavan girl
  350. One day at a time

Below is a list of traditional tunes which come free with the above ebook

Plus you'll also receive the following tin whistle tabs for German songs with the above ebook.

​Ach, Du Lieber Augustin
Auf die Rader - fertig los
Der Mond ist
aufgegangen Mull of
Kintyre
Die Lorelei
Agal ich lieb den Tag
Ein Jager aus Kurpfalz
Bald nun ist weihnachtszeit
Komm lass uns traumen
Kein schoner Land Vorlage
Ein Vogel wollte Hochzeit
machen Frohliche Weihnacht
uberall Begrubungslied
Am 1 Advent
Ich geh durch einen grasgrunen Wald
Rock n' Roll im Wald
Hab mein Wage vollgelade
Ich geh mit meiner Laterne
Der Mond ist aufgegangen
Freude schoner Gotterfunken
Hanschen Klein
Im Krug grunen
Kranze Muss i denn
Wenn alle Brunnlein flieben Ich
Weib nicht was soll Bedeuten
Alle Meine Entchen
Der Fisher
Du du liegst
Herzen Alle Jahre
Wiede
Auf Wiedersehen
My Dear
Beim Kronenwirt
Deutschlandlied
Du schreibst Geschichte
Du, Du Liegst Mir Im
Herzen
Ein Bett im Kornfeld
Es ist ein Ros
entsprungen
Mein Vater war
ein Wandersmann
Rheinlandmädel
Wenn der weiße Flieder wieder
blüht Wo Menschen sich vergessen
Zehn Kleine Jägermeister
Zwei Kleine Italiener
99 Luftballons
Ein bisschen Frieden
So bist du
Lieblingsmensch
Weisse Rosen Aus Athen
Lili Marlene
Dat du min Leevsten büst
Die Gedanken sind frei

The Tin Whistle Song Book (3)

The New Pop Songs Ebook List Of Songs Are Below.
Price €7.90 and I will email you the ebook after purchase .

1 All My Lovin' - The Beatles
2 A Groovy Kind Of love - Phil Colline
3 Annie's Song - John Denver
4 And I Love You So - Pero Como
5 Angeleyes By Abba
6 And Then I Kissed Her - The Beach Boys
7 A Sky Full Of Stars - Coldplay
8 Any Dream Will Do - Abba
9 A Rainy Night In Soho - The Pogues
10 Do re me [ From The Sound Of Music ]
11 Father and son - Boyzone
12 Fields of gold - Sting
13 For the good times - kris kristofferson
14 Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen
15 I dont wanna talk about it - Rod Stewart
16 I have a dream - Abba
17 I just cant help believin - Elvis
18 Let it go - From Frozen
19 I've just gotta get a message to you - Bee Gees
20 Karma chameleon - Culture Club
21 Morning has broken - Cat Stevens
22 Moon river - Andy Williams
23 My heart will go on - Celine Dion
24 Never gonna give you up - Rick Astley
25 Nothing compares 2U - Sinead O'Connor
26 The rose - Bette Midler
27 Rose garden - Lynn Anderson
28 Ruby tuesday - Rolling Stones
29 Stand by me - Ben E.King
30 Starry starry night - Don McLean
31 Summer time - Sam Cooke
32 Sweet home Alabama - Lynyar Sknyrd
33 Take a chance on me - Abba
34 The wonder of you - Elvis
35 The first cut is the deepest - Rod Stewart
36 Top of the world - The Carpenters
37 The gambler - Kenny Rogers
38 The greatest love of all - Whitney Huston
39 Theres a kind of hush - The Carpenters
40 You raise me up - Josh Groban - Westlife
41 You've got to hide your love away
42 Another day in paradise - Phil Collins
43 Arms Of Mary - Sutherland Brothers and Quiver
44 A world of our own - The Seekers
45 Baby Can I hold you - Tracy Chapman
46 Baby I love you - The Ramones
47 Bittersweet symphony - The Verve
48 Bad moon rising - Creedence Clearwater Revival
49 Blanket on the ground - Billie jo spears
50 Blue eyes crying in the rain - The Everly Brothers
51 Bridge over troubled waters Simon and Garfunkel
52 Four strong winds - Neil Young
53 Go your own way - Fleetwood Mac
54 The greatest love of all
55 I love you because - Jim Reeves
56 I'm a believer - The Monkees
57 I wont back down - Tom Petty
58 If I cant have you - Yvonne Elliman
59 Killing me softly with his song - Roberta Flack
60 Living next door to Alice - Smokie
61 Lyin' eyes - The Eagles
62 Love me for a reason - The Osmonds
63 Dont look back in anger - Oasis
64 Only sixteen - Dr. Hook
65 One thing - One Direction
66 Please release me - Engelbert Humperdinck
67 Scarborough fair - Traditional
68 Send me the pillow that you dream on - Dean Martin
69 Seasons in the sun - Terry Jacks
70 Shotgun - George Ezra
71 The river - Bruce Springsteen
72 The rose
73 The twelfth of never - Donny Osmond
74 Things - Bobby Darin
75 Time after time - Cyndi Lauper
76 To love somebody - The Bee Gees
77 Uptown girl - Billy Joel / Westlife
78 Wagon wheel - Darius Rucker
79 Where do you go to my lovely - Peter Sarstedt
80 Only You - The Flying Pickets
81 Bright eyes - Art Garfunkel
82 Bye bye love - The Everly Brothers
83 The boxer - Paul Simon
84 Country roads - John Denver
85 Calidonia - Dougie MacLean
86 Can't smile without you - The Carpenters
87 Do do ron ron - The Crystals
88 Dancing in the dark - Bruce Springsteen
89 Don't cry for me Argentina - Elaine Paige
90 Dancing queen - Abba
91 Daydream believer - The Monkees
92 Don't marry her - The Beautiful South
93 Do you want to build a snowman - Frozen
94 Heartbeat - Buddy Holly
95 Here comes the sun - George Harrison
96 Homeward bound - Paul Simon
97 Imagine - John Lennon
98 It's a heartache - Bonnie Tyler
99 Little old wine drinker me
100 Mamma mia - Abba
101 Me and you and a dog named boo - Toto
102 Moonlight shadow - Mike Oldfield
103 Perfect - Ed Sheeran
104 Raindrops keep falling on my head - B.J. Thomas
105 Ring of fire - Johnny Cash
106 The streets of London - Ralph McTell
107 Sloop John Bee - The Beach Boys
108 Sweet Caroline - Neil Diomand
109 Sound Of Silence - Simon And Garfunkel
110 Stand by me - Ben E. King
111 Walk right back - The Everly Brothers
112 What a wonderful world - Louie Armstrong
113 When I fall in love - Nat King Cole
114 When you say nothing at all
115 The wild side of life - Status Quo
116 Will you still love me tomorrow
117 With a little help from my friends - Beatles
118 Wonderful tonight - Eric Clapton
119 Wooden heart - Elvis
120 Yesterday - The Beatles
121 Your so vain - Carly Simon
122 Paper roses - Marie Osmond
123 I have a dream - Abba
124 Leaving on a jet plane - John Denver
125 Yesterday once more - The Carpenters
126 No Matter What By Boyzone
127 Puppet On A String - Sandy Shaw
128 Yellow Submarine - The Beatles
129 Shallow - Lady Gaga
129 We Can Work It Out - The Beatles
​130 Hurt by Johnny Cash
131 Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Middle Of The Road Band
132 The Great Pretender by The Platters / Freddy Mercury
133 The Winner Takes It All By Abba
134 Summer NightsOlivia Newton-John and John Travolta from Greece
135 Help Me Make It Through The Night
136 All Of Me By John Legend
137 She Loves You Yeah Yeah Yeah
138 The Walk Of Life
139 Forever And Ever Amen
​140 I'll be there for you / Friends theme song
141 No tears left to cry Ariana Grande
​142 Angels by Robbie Williams
143 Mrs. Robinson by Simon And Garfunkle
144 Thinking out loud by Ed Sheeran
​145 Take the last train to Clarksville by The Monkees
Skyfall - Adele
​Someone like you - Adele
Call me Al by Paul Simon
Save the last dance for me
My sweet Lord
Does your mother know by Abba
​Mad world by Gary Gules
They don't know about us by One Direction
​Our song by Niall Horan
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious​
​Jolene by Dolly Parton
He ain't heavy he's my brother
One day at a time sweet Jesus
Born In The U.S.A.
​By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Is she really going out with him by Joe Jackson
A teenager in love
Love really hurts without you
Ghostbusters theme song
Fame by Irene Cara
Lady in red by Chris De Burg
Three times a lady
Take these chains from my heart and set me free
​Don't go breaking my heart
When you ask about love - by Matchbox
Come dancing by The Kinks
Lay back in the arms of someone by Smokie
Lets Twist Again
A little bit more by Dr. Dook
I will survive by Gloria Gaynor
Hi ho silver lining
It's not unusual by Tom Jones
Summer holiday by Cliff Richard
It's all over now by The Rolling Stones
​Come on Eileen Dexeys Midnight Runners
In The Army Now by Status Quo
Islands In The Stream - Dolly Parton
Everything I Do I Do It For You - Brian Adams
Super Trooper - Abba
'Till I Kissed You - The Everly Brothers
Puppy Love - Donny Osmond
I Just Want To Dance With You - Daniel O'Donnell
The Way We Were [ Memories ] Barbra Streisand
Sing by The Carpenters
Make the world go away
Message in a bottle by The Police
Every breath you take
Riders on the storm by The Doors
Knowing me knowing you

New free PDF Ebook
With every ebook of pop songs bought, you get a free ebook.
See the list of songs below that are included in the free book.

Relight my fire by Take That
Don't stand so close to me by The Police
All by myself by Eric Carmen
Set fire to rain by Adele
Happy birthday sweet sixteen
Give me hope Jo'anna by Bob Marley
Livin'n on a prayer by Bob Jovi
I've got my mind set on you by George Harrison
The A-Team by Ed Sheeran
Nine to five by Dolly Parton
Hey Jude by The Beatles
More than I can say by Leo Sayer
I wanna hold your hand The Beatles
I wanna grow old with you by Westlife
I just died in your arms tonight Cutting Crew
Can't fight this feeling by REO Speedwagon
You can't hurry love by Phil Collins
Everybody hurts by R.E.M.
Don't sit under the appletree
On the road again Willie Nelson
Every time you go away by Paul Young
I'm on fire by Bruce Springsteen
A hard day's night by The Beatles
Baby I'm a want you by Bread
We will rock you by Queen
Whatever you want by Status Quo
Get back by The Beatles
Borderline by Madonna
You take the weather with you Crowded House
The best of my love by The Eagles
Ob La Di Ob La Da the Beatles
Missing by Everything But The Girl
Is this love by Bob Marley
Jamming by Bob Marley
Brown sugar by The Rolling Stones
Sylvia's mother by Dr. Hook
Paperback writer by The Beatles
Nobody does it better by Carley Simon
Sonny by Boney M.
You've got to hide your love away
One love by Bob Marley
Take a chance on me by Abba
Ruby by Kenny Rogers
Rockin' All Over The World by Status Quo
Guitar Man by Bread
It's In His Kiss by Cher
So Young by The Corrs
​I Never Loved You Anyway by The Corrs
Gonna Get Along Without You Now
I've Got My Mind Set On You
Nobody Does It Better [ Carly Simon ]
Walk Tall
Reunited [ By Peaches And Herb]
Tears On My Pillow
When A Man Loves A Woman
Norwegian Wood
Don't Stop [ Fleetwood Mac ]
Hang On Sloopy
​The Greatest American Hero Theme Song
All kinds of everything by Dana
Coat of many colours
Gentle on my mind
I love you more and more everday by Joe Dolan
New world in the morning
My rifle my pony and me
A world without love
New world in the morning
Young girl
High noon
This is my song
Gonna get along without you now
Do what you do, do well
The wedding / Ave Maria
Sunny afternoon - The Kinks
Summertime blues
Vincent
Shallow
Yesterday once more
Homeward bound
The streets of London
The greatest love of all
Flashdance by Perfect Pitch 2
Someone just like this by Coldplay
Crazy Frog
Lovely by Billie Eilish
Therefore I Am Billi Eilish
My Resistance Is Low
Stay by Rhianna
Children Of The Revolution by T-Rex
Orange Blossum Special by Johnny Cash
Viva La Vida by Coldplay
You Just Might See Me Cry by Our Kid
Love Yourself by Justin Bieber
Tell Laura I Love Her-Ray Peterson
Remember us this way-Lady Gaga
Beautiful Day - U2
Everybody's talking at me-Nilsson
I can only imagine-Mercy Me
Lay Lady Lay - Bob Dylan
Only love - Nana Mouskouri
Someone you loved-Lewis Capaldi
Infinity - One Direction
Fireproof - One Direction​

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(Video) The Pdf Ebook Of Tin Whistle Songs With Letter Notes

The Tin Whistle Song Book (5)

​If you're only interested in the ''Piano Letter Notes'' then I have an ebook just for that also.

The Piano / Keyboard PDF Ebook Of Letter Notes For Beginners

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For Delivery To Ireland Only
And below are the details of the original paperback book

The paperback book is only available to buy in Ireland

​€10.00
​Includes postage to Ireland only, including Northern Ireland.

Easy To Follow Letter Notes

Suitable For All Lead Instruments including banjo, piano keyboard and recorder.

  • Spiral Bound Book So It Stays Open

  • All Songs Suitable For a D Whistle

  • Music Arrangement / tabs Made As Easy As Possible

  • A Massive 119 songs in total.

  • A Tin Whistle, Keyboard And Banjo Chart Included.

  • Suitable for children and adults alike.
  • ​Fingering position of notes
  • ​The Most Popular folk songs ever

Price€10

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  1. List of songs in the tin whistle paper book are =
  2. ​Tin Whistle Chart . Which shows which notes are on the tin whistle in D.
  3. A Bucket Of Mountain Dew .
  4. A Man You Don’t Meet Every Day . [ Dubliners / The Pogues ]
  5. A Mother’s Love’s A Blessing .
  6. A Nation Once Again . [ The Wolfe Tones ]
  7. All For Me Grog . [ The Clancy Brothers ]
  8. Amazing Grace.
  9. Avondale. [ Mary Black ]
  10. Arthur McBride. [ Christy Moore ]
  11. Banna Strand . [ Wolfe Tones ]
  12. Black Is The Colour . [ Christy Moore ]
  13. The Black Velvet Band . [ Luke Kelly ]
  14. Boolavogue .
  15. The Bold Fenian Men. [ Dublin City Ramblers ]
  16. Bold Robert Emmet.
  17. The Boys Of Fairhill . [ Jimmy Crowley ]
  18. The Boys of The Old Brigade .
  19. The Cliffs of Dooneen .
  20. Come By The Hills .
  21. Come My Little Son .
  22. The Connemara Cradle Song .
  23. The County Of Armagh.
  24. Courtin’ In The Kitchen .
  25. Down By The Glenside.
  26. The Dying Rebel .
  27. Danny Boy . [ Full version with all verses ]
  28. For Ireland I’d Not Tell Her Name.
  29. The Foggy Dew.
  30. Galway Bay.
  31. The Galway Shawl .
  32. Happy Birthday To You .
  33. He’s Got The Whole World In His Hand .
  34. Henry My Son.
  35. The Homes Of Donegal.
  36. I’ll Tell Me Ma .
  37. I’m A Rover .
  38. Irish Ways and Irish Laws .
  39. The Soldier’s Song/
  40. Abhran Na Bhfiann .
  41. James Connolly.
  42. Johnny Jumps Up .
  43. Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye.
  44. Kelly The Boy From Killane.
  45. Kumbaya.
  46. The Leaving of Liverpool.
  47. Maggie .
  48. Maids When You’re Young
  49. Never Wed An Old Man .
  50. Michael Row Your Boat Ashore .
  51. Morning Has Broken.
  52. Molly Malone .
  53. My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean.
  54. My Lovely Rose Of Clare .
  55. The Night Visiting Song.
  56. Noreen Brown..
  57. Nancy Whiskey.
  58. Oh Susanna.
  59. Oh My Darling Clementine .
  60. Oró Sé Do Bheath Abhaile .
  61. Peggy Gordon .
  62. Quare Bungle Rye .
  63. Red Is The Rose .
  64. Red River Valley.
  65. Roddy McCorley.
  66. The Rising Of The Moon.
  67. Sam Hall .
  68. Scarborough Fair .
  69. Sean South.
  70. Seven Drunken Nights.
  71. Shanagolden .
  72. Shenandoah .
  73. The Sloop John B.
  74. Spancil Hill .
  75. The Butcher Boy .
  76. The Galway Races .
  77. The Gypsy Rover .
  78. The Hills Of Connemara .
  79. The Minstrel Boy.
  80. The Parting Glass.
  81. The Rattlin Bog .
  82. The Rocky Road To Dublin .
  83. The Spanish Lady .
  84. The Star Of The County Down.
  85. The Streets Of Laredo.
  86. The Water Is Wide.
  87. The West’s Asleep.
  88. The Wild Rover.
  89. The Yellow Rose Of Texas .
  90. Weile Waile.
  91. What Shall We Do With
  92. The Drunken Sailor .
  93. When The Saints Go Marching In .
  94. Whiskey In The Jar .
  95. Will The Circle Be Unbroken .
  96. Will You Go Lassie Go.
  97. You Are My Sunshine.
  98. CHILDREN’S SONGS
  99. Ba Ba Black Sheep .
  100. Bingo.
  101. The Camptown Races
  102. For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow .
  103. Frere Jacques .
  104. Hush Little Baby.
  105. How Much Is That Doggy
  106. In The Window .
  107. London Bridge Is Falling Down .
  108. Mary Had A Little lamb.
  109. Old McDonald Had A Farm.
  110. Ring Around The Rosey.
  111. Baby Shark
  112. The Alphabet Song.
  113. The Wheels On The Bus .
  114. This Old Man .
  115. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.
  116. CHRISTMAS CAROLS
  117. Angels We Have Heard On High.
  118. Away In A Manger .
  119. Come All Ye Faithful.
  120. Good King Wenceslas .
  121. Silent Night.
  122. We Wish You A
  123. Merry Christmas . [ Bing Crosby ]
  124. Banjo Fretboard .
  125. Piano Finger Chart .

The Tin Whistle Song Book (8)

Example of a song from The Tin Whistle Songbook

Comment / review
Raymond ohora left a nice comment in the guest book which reads ''thanks for the book. with all the books I have this is 100 times better then all the rest put together keep up the good work''

Thanks Raymond, it was hard work putting it together but well worth it.

Just received this fantastic book which is an instant start to playing the tunes you know on the tin whistle.
It is simple and printed clearly on every page to get you playing at a rate of knots, a must for every tin whistle owner.
John Thompson

Please feel free to paste this on your website
regards John.

I have always had a tin whistle since I was 12 years old (a late starter) but had no teaching or contact with other whistle players until I was 55. It's only then that I started to get serious about playing and your web-site was the catalyst, that did it for me. Last week was a very special week for me because I got a Dixon low D whistle AND your smashing Tin Whistle Song Book. I wanted you to know how much I value and appreciate the work you do. Thank you so much Martin. Paul Roberts

Good morning Martin, I got your lovely book on Monday. As a total beginning with music the book is everything that it promises, so easy to follow and fun to learn, its nice to be able to play tunes straight away......mind you I have a long way to go.
Thank you Martin.
Noreen

​Hi Martin, Just a quick email to let you know the Tin Whistle song book arrived this morning , To say I’m impressed is an understatement, The content, Layout, explanation and the little piece on each tunes history is simply superb, as I journeyed through the pages not only did I see tunes I played on the Whistle as a child in school but also got a little history lesson on the way, This little book is packed with music and history of my nations most loved tunes , definitely a must for all want to play a traditional musical instrument , thanks Martin for your fantastic work, please keep it up for all of us
My sincere gratitude and thanks,
Kind regards Ken

Hi Martin, Your book arrived this morning - brilliant!. I love the way it's laid out with drawings and historical notes - and I can already play some of the easier tunes. Many thanks. Do you have other publications?
Best wishes
Jim

Tip for playing the same song in a different key.
Say for example your using a D whistle and playing a song using the sheet music from my book, [not the letter notes] and you change from your D whistle to your C whistle. Just play the song as if you are using your D whistle, but you'll actually be playing in the key of C.

Here's just a couple of the wonderful emails I received regarding the book.
Hi Martin,
Received your excellent book this morning and it's absolutely brilliant. I've been a fan of your website for years and just wanted to drop you a line to commend you and thank you for all the work you do in providing invaluable resources for people to learn Irish music. Feel free to use this email as a recommendation for others to purchase your wonderful tin whistle book.
Many thanks,
Glenn

Hi Martin
You site has been an excellent resource to me
throughout my years of being a musician. Your choice in the songs you choose is excellent.
I play the guitar in the Hardy Bucks Band .
I always wanted to play the tin whistle so decided to purchase the book and also support you!
Your site is the go to site if I'm looking for lyrics for a song and has been wonderful.
I agree with you that is very sad that more of the National stations do not play the songs that tell the stories of our people.
Patrick R.

​Hi Martin, thank you for the tin whistle book. I received it a couple of weeks ago. I always wanted to play an instrument but had a bad experience as a child at school which convinced me I couldn't learn to play. Your book has really help me and i'm doing far better with it then I ever thought possible.
Thanks again
Martin J

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I'd like to say a big thank you to all those parents, especially who bought the book for their children, and thanks also for your kind words you sent to me after receiving the book, it means a lot to me.Also a big thanks to all the school teachers that bought the book and now use it to teach their class. It seems that the finger position for the notes in the songs is what people really wanted, plus the basic easy to follow letter note system.

You don't need to be able to read sheet music tabs to play any of the songs in this book. This Tin Whistle song book has over 100 well known folk songs. There's also a selection of children's songs and some well known Christmas Carols. Along with the sheet music I have included the ''Letter Notes''. Millions of people start off using basic letter notes before moving on to reading sheet music. Those who use letter notes will already be familiar with the tune of the song they are trying to learn. The melody is in their head and all they want is somebody to tell them which notes to play.

In this book I place the notes to play over the lyrics. For example If the note is a low D then I use CAPITAL letters and if the note is a high d I use lower case letters. All the songs are in easy keys such as D and G. Every song can be played on a D whistle. These easy to follow letter notes are also suitable for other lead instruments such as piano accordion, banjo, keyboard, mandolin and recorder.

It takes a bit longer for some people to learn how to read sheet music. This is where placing sheet music tabs in the book beside the letter note version of the song comes in handy. When your reading the letter notes you can also see the notes on the sheet music and the similarities, you might see a song starting off that has three D notes in the letter note version and you'll notice three whole notes on the sheet music version at the start. After a while you'll begin to get better at reading the sheet music and may not need the letter note version again.

There are millions of people out there who would dearly love to be able to play a musical instrument and the thought of having to learn how to read sheet music seems to daunting a task. Some people might say let them stick at it and they'll eventually be able to read music. Well perhaps some would, but a large proportion give up and will never know the joy of sitting at their kitchen table playing their favorite song or tune. I think that's a shame and that's the reason I included the basic lead notes in letter note form.

If these letter notes I have made up help just a handful of people along their way then all the countless months I spent working on them will be worth it. So this book will be a God-send to those who don't read sheet music and just want to play their favorite and most popular folk songs of all time. Where possible I have included the lyrics inside the sheet music, but in some songs the notes are packed too tight to be able to do so.
This is the biggest collection of ''Songs'' ever to be placed together in one single book and is for children of all ages and those just starting or wanting to improve their playing.

So can you use any tin to play these song ?
Although I worked these songs out on a D whistle, you can still play them on a whistle in a different key.
Just play along to the finger hole shapes within the sheet music.
If your playing a Bb whistle for example, and you play finger hole shapes then you'll be playing in the key of Bb.
​If your playing a C whistle then you'll be playing in the key of C.

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The piece of music above is in the key of G. Notice the 1 sharp # sign at the start of the music, this means it's in G.
If you see 2 # symbols then the piece will be in the key of D.
But you don't need a tin whistle in the key of G to play these pieces when using the simple finger hole shapes, you can play the song using any key of whistle.

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FAQs

How do you read a tin whistle song? ›

The top dot represents. The top hole. The second dot represents the second hole the third dot the

Is a tin whistle Irish or Scottish? ›

The tin whistle is closely associated with Irish traditional music and Celtic music. Other names for the instrument are the flageolet, English flageolet, Scottish penny whistle, tin flageolet, or Irish whistle (also Irish: feadóg stáin or feadóg).

How do you play an Irish pub song with a tin whistle? ›

Fala galera beleza em falar com vocês aqui é o tom essa semana é uma música chamada.

Who is the most famous tin whistle player? ›

Myles O'Malley. Myles O'Malley became known as the Tin Whistle King in the 1930s and led his own successful band during the period. Born in 1910 to Irish parents in Massachusetts, O'Malley was an avid saxophone player before he picked up the whistle.

Is the tin whistle easy to learn? ›

Thankfully, the tin whistle is perhaps one of the easiest wind instruments out there for making a sound. The tin whistle is actually pretty forgiving of the shape of your mouth and lips (called the embouchure) and how you blow air through the instrument. The tin whistle is easy to produce a sound only by comparison.

Can you teach yourself tin whistle? ›

Being a very visual instrument when it comes to playing the notes, it's easy to learn tin whistle online with clear video instruction if you don't have access to a teacher. Sure, you can follow a book with written instructions if you're so inclined, but nothing really beats the effectiveness of good demonstration.

What is the most common key for a tin whistle? ›

We recommend you go for D, since the D major scale is the most commonly used in folk music, and the generally the most common key for a tin whistle. Start with a D, and branch out later to either a C, F, or G.

What kind of flute is used in Titanic? ›

The Tin Whistle is beautifully featured in the international sensation “My Heart Will Go On” in the movie Titanic.

What are the tin whistle notes? ›

The most common, a D whistle, can play in the keys of D and G major. The second most common, a C whistle, can play in the keys of C and F major. The lowest note of a penny whistle, with all the fingers covered, is called the tonic – on a D whistle the tonic is D.

How do you hit high notes on a tin whistle? ›

Even one tiny part of a hole left uncovered can mean you don't hit high notes clearly. So relax your

How do you play C natural on tin whistle? ›

So for example this D tin whistle starts with D e f-sharp G a and B. You can easily get C sharp by

What is the lowest tin whistle? ›

The low whistle, or concert whistle, is a variation of the traditional tin whistle/pennywhistle, distinguished by its lower pitch and larger size.
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Low whistle.
ClassificationWoodwind Wind Aerophone
Playing range
Two octaves, typically D4 to D6
Related instruments
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What whistle does Brian Finnegan play? ›

Brian is a frequent tutor for Folkworks and Burwell Bash where he has been a tutor since 1994.
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Brian Finnegan
Instrument(s)flute, tin whistle
Websitewww.brianfinneganmusic.com
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What instruments does Mary Bergin play? ›

Legendary tin whistle player Mary Bergin is the most iconic tin whistle player of our time. She single handedly revolutionised Irish tin whistle playing and elevated the status of this humble instrument. Without her trailblazing influence, Irish tin whistle playing would never have reached the heights it has.

Is flute harder than tin whistle? ›

The exact angle and speed of the air column created by the flute player is what creates the air vibration of the instrument. The tin whistle is an end-blown flute and is much simpler to play since you just breathe into one side of the instrument and then sound is made with the help of the mouthpiece.

What is the difference between a penny whistle and a tin whistle? ›

The Tin whistle is also called a penny whistle or feadóg stain. It is a well known and regularly used instrument in traditional Irish music. It is a simple six-holed, wood-wind instrument, and remains in the same category as the flageolet, recorder, Native American flute, and other woodwind instruments.

Is the tin whistle the same as the recorder? ›

Tin Whistles and Recorders are both fipple flutes but are not the same instrument. Tin whistles are diatonic instruments (7 notes) while recorders are chromatic instruments (12 notes). The average tin whistle also typically has a softer sound than your average recorder.

Is tin whistle easier than recorder? ›

I'm not very good at it it's actually pretty difficult to play especially smoothly. In a song. So

How do you whistle for beginners? ›

You will need lips. And breath optional a mirror step 1 shape your lips into an O make sure to leave

How do you whistle correctly? ›

So just blow as gently as possible with your fingers you don't want to be squeezing down really hard

What are the notes on a tin whistle? ›

Whistles are available in all the major keys. The most common, a D whistle, can play in the keys of D and G major. The second most common, a C whistle, can play in the keys of C and F major. The lowest note of a penny whistle, with all the fingers covered, is called the tonic – on a D whistle the tonic is D.

What does the plus mean tin whistle? ›

The plus sign means it's played in the second octave. Just blow a little harder and get a feel for what sounds about right. 2. Additional comment actions. More from r/tinwhistle.

How many notes can a tin whistle play? ›

Unlike some classical music instruments (i.e. clarinet or flute), a single tin whistle can play only one standard (diatonic) musical scale of seven notes.

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