Music of the Spheres Mongolian Tenor Wind Chime
• Tenors are one-half octave lower than alto
• Harmonizes nicely with the Aquarian or Quartal
• The Mongolian scale is reminiscent of church and temple bells
• Tenor chimes use 2" tubing and are approximately 60" in overall length
• These enchanting chimes blend old world craftsmanship with the latest in technology
• Musicians are impressed with the use of authentic musical scales from around the world
• All chimes are precision tuned to A 440, the standard orchestral pitch
• Matte black, powder-coated aluminum-alloy tubing will never rust
• Unique detachable windcatcher offers activity control
• Design is modern, functional, and sleekly simple
• Moveable clapper provides on/off capability
A subtle and beautiful touch to our ears.
Absolutely magnificent instrument. This beautiful chime is so much more than just a hanging ornament. It is beautiful, producing crystal clear tang with a profound sustain that clarifies the mind. We will treasure this always.
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