Jan 142013
 

On Islay, people play many traditional Scottish instruments such as accordion, bagpipes, tin whistle, chanter, fiddle and voice. On Islay there is a 3 days of workshops called the Feis, where children all ages can go and learn an instrument or expand on what they can already do on their own instrument. The accordion is an instrument that has a keyboard on one side, on the other is buttons, to make a sound you need to pull in and out. Bagpipes is a bag with big pipes coming out the top, a pipe with a blow piece to make the sound and there is 8 holes to put your fingers on. A chanter is the instrument that people learn before going onto the pipes. A tin whistle is a instrument that has 6 holes and mouth piece, most people get it mixed up with a recorder. A fiddle is a mini guitar that you hold under your chin and play it with a bow. What music means to us, its fun to play, good to learn and many people enjoy listening to the music.

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  3 Responses to “Music on Islay”

  1. Thanks for the help! My favourite insturemunt (is it correct) is piano! πŸ™‚ (not accordian sorry πŸ™ ) THANKS!

    Best posts! πŸ™‚

  2. Thankyou for telling us about the traditional music you play in Scotland. I would like to listen to the music, like the Tin Whistle and the Fiddle. In our music class at school we play instruments like the piano, guitar, chello, percusion instruments and we also play the accordion like you do.
    Do you any play in other instruments in Soctland?
    From Millie

  3. Yes but there not Scottish.

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