How to Whistle with Your Fingers





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Published on Aug 17, 2009

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The finger whistle may seem difficult, but with a little practice, anyone can master it.

Step 1: Position fingers
Form a U shape with your thumb and forefinger or middle finger.

Use a mirror to perfect your form and technique.

Step 2: Place in mouth
Place your fingers partly inside your mouth, wrapping your lips tightly across your teeth. Only the outer edges of your lips should be visible.

Angle fingertips toward the center of your tongue.

Step 3: Position tongue
Flatten your tongue to cover the bottom portion of your mouth. The tip of your tongue will touch the lower jaw just behind the bottom row of teeth.

Step 4: Blow
Inhale deeply and blow forcefully across the top of your tongue and lower lip. Push your fingers downward and outward, onto your lips and teeth.

Step 5: Adjust positions
Adjust the position of your fingers, tongue, and jaw for optimal whistling. Regulate the force of air for maximum effect and volume.

Step 6: Practice
Practice regularly until your desired whistle is achieved.

Did You Know?
Louisburg, North Carolina, is the world’s whistling capital.


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