My Heart Will Go On Tin Whistle Letter Notes
A youtube tutorial video is included here to teach you how to play My Heart Will Go on with a tin whistle. This is the main melody of the song without the ornamentation. After you learn to play the lead you can then play around with the tune and learn the intro. and whatever ornamentation goes with it. This song has being requested several times, it's quiet easy to play and I'm sure you'll pick it up after a few tries. It's the thyme song for the Titanic which was built in Belfast. The singer was Celine Dion, it was also recorded by André Rieu, Kenny G and Sam Bailey to name a few. Although I'm play a D whistle the notes are the very same playing a C. The basic letter notes are included and are suitable for playing piano / keyboard, recorder or the flute, while playing with your right hand.
The above piece of sheet music is in the key of D Major and is an alternative to the first one. This version goes fairly high, up as far as the high A note.
Here are the recorder notes. The few notes that are in lower case letters are the high notes past B. All the CAPITAL letters are the low notes below B. As you'll see, the F notes are # [ sharp ] and the c notes are natural.
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