Lark In The Morning offers whistles from many makers, in many keys and price ranges.
About the whistles.
Chieftain Whistles are designed and made by Phil Hardy (a great whistle player himself). They are made of machined aluminum and are played by many professional musicians.
Dixon Whistles are made by Tony Dixon. They are made in a variety keys and materials.
Howard Low D Whistles Constructed of and aluminum body with a special plastic mouthpiece by piper and whistler Brian Howard.
Sweetheart Whistles Ralph Sweet makes his whistles of rosewood, blackwood and machined plastic and is one of the USA's favorite contradance callers.
Generation Pennywhistles Generation pennywhistles are made in England. They have a 2 octave range. They have a plastic fipple (mouthpiece). The plastic fipple has become accepted by traditional whistle players over the years, because of the consistency of sound compared to a wooden fipple (wood can change tone when wet...). They have a cylindrical straight bore, requires little air. The mouthpieces can be loosened to make them tunable. These whistle have undergone a major redesign by Brian Howard and play better than ever. You will here these whistles on 1000's of traditional Irish recordings.
Shaw Tinwhistles David Shaw makes these wonderful whistles from solid nickel silver/tin alloy with a wooden fipple block. A true conical bore. Strong tone with good intonation.
Susato Whistles Instrument maker and musician George Kelischek has designed these whistle in ABS plastic to have exceptional tone and intonation.
Entry Level Whistles We also offer a variety of inexpensive entry level whistles by different makers.