Whistling music seems so odd when you read or say it. In actuality, it's what we do while going for a walk, preparing tea, or even while showering.
We whistle more than often while not even noticing. Whistling is an art indeed. It is used not only as a way to sound music but also as a language.
When talking about whistling music mainly, it is something everyone and anyone might have witnessed. People whistle casually, and whistling is music in itself. Artists have created the most famous music by just unconsciously whistling. So basically, whistling music has been amongst us for quite a long time.
In one of Spain's Canary Islands, La Gomera, a traditional whistle language known as Sibo gimero is still used.
In North Carolina, an annual event has been a tradition since 1973. The International Whistling Convention is an event where the Governor is expected to sign a declaration, declaring the entire week of the IWC event as "Happy Whistlers Week" for the citizens and visitors to honor the art of whistling.
Whistling as music is found in so many films, music, shows, and so many things that we don't even notice. If you are a cartoon fan, you must watch Ed, Edd and Eddy when it was aired on Cartoon Network. The famous theme song of the cartoon was based on whistling. To this day, people remember that whistle theme song.
So many great songs started with whistling in the beginning. Here are some of them:
Classical songs like 'Don't Worry, Be Happy' and 'Wind of change' consist of whistling music. While newer contemporary pop songs like:
Brands love to use whistling in their commercials; it's remarkable and sticks in a customer's mind. Here are some commercials with whistling:
You need a license to use whistling music in your videos and slideshows. We offer royalty-free stock music to use in your production legally. Use the music player above to listen to, find your favorites, purchase a license, and download music in MP3 / Wav formats.
Having an option for whistling will be a good addition to the Shazam app, but smart guys from Google Search make it faster. Available on iOS and Android, it helps find a song by singing, whistling, or humming.