The sweet sound of a flute is like no other, hitting
octaves high and low to produce a melody that is both beautiful and
harmonious. However, there are numerous flutes to choose from, each
carrying certain characteristics that appeal to different types of musical
taste. To choose one is not always simple, but with Sweetheart Flute
Company, you’ll be offered the best flutes out there at low, reasonable
Variously known as whistles, pennywhistles, or flageolets
(in France and Quebec), our wooden whistles have a fuller, mellower tone
than tin whistles, with a range of two octaves from D to high D and
beyond, with perfect intonation. Flutes in the key of C are also
Our wide range of flutes includes; Irish high
whistles, wooden Irish whistles, Blackwood whistles, and Rosewood
It’s correct to say that every player has their whistle,
but choosing the perfect one is a process that can prove to be difficult.
That is why we encourage our customers to ask our experienced staff any
questions they may have regarding preferences or musical tastes. By doing
so, we’ll be better able to place you with the proper flute you need.
For more information on our flutes, contact Sweetheart Flute Company
D Whistles in solid wood
High D whistles in Blackwood and Rosewood
June 21, 2010:
"I just received my Rosewood High D Whistle and it is FANTASTIC! The tone is smooth and pure throughout its entire range and it is a very lovely instrument. Thank you so very much, this is so much better than any other whistle I've ever played" Sincerely, Fred Randles, Canton, Ohio
D Whistle Sound Sample
Nicole O'Toole playing our latest model D whistle along with the Metropolitan Wind Symphony.
'At Kitty O'Shea's by Johann DeMeij
Our new high D whistles in solid rosewood and blackwood, to replace our laminated wood whistles, are now ready. The two brass rings reinforce the socket and the foot end; the O-rings are for tuning. The joint is sealed with internal cork.
C Whistles in solid wood
New model C whistle of solid rosewood
and blackwood,with two brass rings, to reinforce the
socket and foot end.