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Handwhistle is an instrument — composed of just two hands — that I learned to play on my unicycle because I had nothing else to do with my hands. For three years I used to commute on my unicycle from downtown Santa Cruz to the UC campus and back (90 minutes roundtrip) and would always play my hands. Also while at the UC, I enrolled in a jazz improv class and went to Monterrey Bay Recorder Society meetings (playing handwhistle). More recently, in Berkeley I played with the La Pena Latin American Ensemble, the Starry Plough open band (Irish music) and the Gorilla Choir (don’t ask).  I still play my hands whenever I unicycle and I have dreams of forming a handwhistling quartet.

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Latin American

Folk Dance

Cat Call

Water Drop

Mouth Clapping

Latin American Mouth Clapping

Links to other handwhistlers and whistlers:

Ben Brenner’s Hand Blowing

Mitsuhiro - “CHILDHOOD”

Mitsuhiro On You Tube

Steven W. Thompson’s Two-Handed Whistling

Mike Riston’s Hand Cooing

Amy White’s handwhistling

Japanese Finger Flute Club

Stephen Christoff - Hand Flute a

Robert “The Whistler” Stemmons


Solano Ave. Stroll Festival, Berkeley, 1993

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