Read about harmonic instruments that compliment the crystal singing bowls here. Featured are the Freenotes Wing, Pegasus, Addendum & Imbarimba.

 

Freenotes Wing

Freenote Wings

Be sure to listen to the Wing instruments now:

A Minor C Major
G Major D Minor

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Make entrancing music anywhere with the most affordable and portable Freenotes instrument known as the “Wing!” All Freenote instruments perfectly compliment the Singing Crystal Bowl tones. The healing tones are perfect for guided meditations and pure enjoyment.

The Wing employs a five-tone pentatonic scale, so all notes are in harmony. There are no wrong notes! No difficult techniques are required to produce their lovely tones – just tap on the middle of the bar – players and listeners alike will be soothed and delighted by their pure tones.

The Wing is available in the four pentatonic scales of G Major, D Minor, C Major and A Minor. All notes within each set are in complete harmony. A tap on the bar produces pure tones of consistent quality that sustain for over six seconds creating layers of soothing sound.

The Wing has been designed to be played in many different ways… place the Wing on a flat surface and you can play using one or two mallets… or hold the Wing in one hand while playing with the other. The Wing can even be hung and played on a wall, showcasing its visual beauty as well as its harmonic sounds.

As with all Freenotes instruments, there are no wrong notes, so you can be as free as you wish. All combinations of the tones will be pleasing. The Wing has been designed to require no maintenance. It will never go out of tune and the lacquered metal bars will not tarnish or stain. There are no moving parts to adjust. Like all Freenotes instruments, the Wing is built to last and is sturdy enough for even the most energetic children. The Wing is practically indestructible. The rubber pads are all that can be detached, and a bit of contact cement quickly makes them as good as new again.
Each Wing includes one pair of mallets.

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Imbarimba

Imbarimba C Major

This Imbarimba is available in two scales listen to them now:

A Minor C Major

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The Imbarimba is a unique musical design combining elements of two classic African instruments: the marimba (resonated xylophone) and the kalimba (thumb piano). The low tones are especially great when played with the large frosted crystal bowls.

The keys, made of a lustrous tropical hardwood, are arranged in the layout of the kalimba with long keys in the middle and short keys on the ends. This allows both the left and right hands equal access to the upper and lower notes. The Imbarimba comes with four mallets. This instrument is ideal for playing by two people across from each other, or for playing with two mallets in each hand.

Employing a five-tone pentatonic scale, all notes are in harmony. There are no wrong notes! No difficult techniques are required to produce its lovely tones – just a tap on the middle of the bar. The Imbarimba can also be displayed on a wall, exhibiting its visual artistry as well as its harmonic sounds.

The Freenotes Imbarimba never needs tuning and there are no moving parts to adjust.

Pegasus and Addendum

The Pegasus and Addendum are two separate instruments that combine into one spectacular array of bass and treble tones. These tones are wonderful in combination with the clear or frosted singing crystal bowls.

The Pegasus (on top) is an instrument complete within itself. Combining two complimentary pentatonic scales of A minor and C major, mirrored in their array, they form the diatonic scale found in the white keys of the piano. This design hosts a total of 23 keys made of one-inch polished aluminum bars mounted on black resonator tubes.

The Addendum resonator supports the Pegasus and creates the perfect bass accompaniment. Resembling pipe organ pedal notes, this lower rank of keys sound an octave below middle C.

The Pegasus can also be displayed on a wall, showcasing its visual beauty as well as its harmonic sounds. An optional wall hanger is available.