Aluminum hand-held chime and black mallet; emits a powerful tone of singular beauty
Measures 7 x 2-inches; 1-inch diameter silver polished aluminum rod
Includes a keyhole slot on the back of the cherry ash wood base so it can be installed upright on a door or wall
An effective way to start a class, meeting, yoga practice or welcome guests to the dinner table
Over 30 years ago, Grammy award-winning musician and instrument designer Garry Kvistad created the first Woodstock Chime from an aluminum lawn chair he found in a landfill; Garry and his wife Diane founded Woodstock Chimes in 1979 and still develop the chimes today
We live in a vast ocean of sound. But what is the sound made by a single drop of water? Just a gentle tap with the mallet and the Zenergy Chime emits a powerful tone of singular beauty that lasts and lasts. Sounds like this are often used in meditation and healing, because they help us to focus and redirect our attention to the sounds within. The resonating sound not only calms and refocuses the individual, but can also focus a group. As such, it's an effective way to start a class, meeting, yoga practice or welcome guests to the dinner table. For best results, play the Zenergy Chime quietly, being careful not to dampen the sound by letting the mallet rest on the rod after striking it. Then take a deep breath and listen. Relax. Refocus. Ree
Concert recorded during festival Frimetz (June 2009) Part 2/2 : www.youtube.com Directed by Josselin Carré www.josselincarre.com Website of Sylvain Luc http Booking: www.justlookingproductions.com Meeting with Sylvain Luc (interviews, home session) Part 1 www.youtube.com Part 2/2: www.youtube.com
Ben Keoseyan getting down and dirty in his new suit on Oye Como Va by Tito Puente with the UNCSA Jazz Ensemble Feb 28, 2012. Forgot tripod and video quality is bad, but oh the solo at 3 min mark is good! BTW, that is not mom cheering in the video!