A Confidant of Merlin
Here is the link to the song, so you can listen while you read:
This is another piece done on the penny whistle, and written in Omaha, again using sort of a descending pattern.
We started out as a Celtic street band, and there are several songs that sort of have a Celticish flavor to them.
After not playing the penny whistle for quite a number of years, it was fun to pull this one out again. There is a bit of a Northern European tribal feel to many of the pieces on this album.
The penny whistle is meant to play in D major and G major, and has tiny, tiny holes, which makes half-hole playing quite difficult. So, for whatever reason, I almost always find myself playing in D minor with some awkward half-holes. I'm not quite sure why...
Dugg chose to play this piece on the djembe, and has a solo in the middle.