I feel sorry for Tina and I'm not surprised she gets lost!
As an indifferent whistle player of some years standing (and even more lying
down) I've never found any need to understand this Doric/Ionian/Myxomatosian
stuff. If asked for a key I'll say D or G or Emin or whatever.
I can only guess that her fellow musicians are either keen to show off their
superior theoretical knowledge or trying to confuse and exclude Tina.
Perhaps she is a bodhra/n player!
An seaniarsma díblí
6/DT4 8LR, UK
Is fearr glas na/ amhras
A lock is better than suspicion