pennywhistle


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Synonyms for pennywhistle

an inexpensive fipple flute

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Trainer John Gosden -- who won this race with Rainbow View back in 2008 - has shown that he isn't afraid to fast track his juveniles, and Pennywhistle should be given plenty of respect with that in mind.
This promotion to Group 3 level obviously requires more but PENNYWHISTLE (3.40) has oozed class so far and can enter next year's Classic picture with another top performance.
The time-traveling series lands a 20th century Englishwoman in 18th century Scotland, prompting bagpipes, pennywhistle, fiddle and accordion sounds.
Frey and Souther formed a folk-based band called Longbranch Pennywhistle that began to make a name for itself, and for a time they shared an apartment in Los Angeles' Echo Park section, living above yet another soon-to-be-prominent singer-songwriter: Jackson Browne.
At the Towne House, Will Contino is playing the pennywhistle at the dining room table, sight reading tunes from sheet music of the period, while Victoria Belisle offers insight into other evening activities of the household.
Jim Field's grandfather had been a drunk who played a red and gold pennywhistle for change on Grafton Street and on which Field would now play sad old Irish airs with his feet propped up on his desk.
Starting with tunes on the simple pennywhistle, the musical journey will take listeners through to the Kwela jazz sound and on to tunes from vocal legend Miriam Makeba, as well as South African musical icons Johnny Clegg and Mango Groove.
ALO are Zach Gill, Steve Adams, Dan Leibowitz and Dave Brogan and on Fly Between Falls the quartet plays, besides the usual guitars, drums and keyboards, the pennywhistle, a wood flute, a clavinet, a Wurlitzer and congas.
When Johnny Comes Marching Home: Music of the Civil War brings to life a variety of classic songs that were popular during the American Civil War, with violin, guitar, banjo, mandolin, mountain dulcimer, pennywhistle, flute, harp, cello, and vocal performances.
and he plays the guitar, mandolin, pennywhistle, bodhran and fiddle with
That meant playing Pachelbel's "Canon in D" on guitar, harmonica, banjo, pennywhistle, fiddle, and piano, with a little accordion thrown in for good measure.
Clera has been working with some of the primary schools in the Dolgellau area and there will be a pennywhistle workshop especially aimed at children with a free whistle for each child.
Switching between piano, guitar, banjo, harmonica, pennywhistle and more, Dolly went all out to ensure no one left disappointed.
A former punk rocker and an autodidact by nature, Sea taught herself to play guitar, piano, and pennywhistle, which led to many jam sessions in the RV.