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Memo-2660

Type:

Bach Musical Instrument

Title:

Chimes of Bach I

Description:

J.S. Bach is known for his rich, rhythmic music that spiritedly traverse the keys of a piano to create the most uplifting sound. The Chimes of Bach I will entrance you with the classic sounds of Bach tuned to the first chord of his "Prelude in C." Made of elegant cherry wood and silver-color aluminum tubes, this chime was rated "Best Overall" in a review of 5 different chime makers published in the Wall Street Journal. Part of the Chimes of Bach series, which includes Chimes of Bach II (second chord) and Chimes of Bach III (third chord).

* Classical wind chime is tuned to Bach's Prelude in C
* 5 silver-colored aluminum tubes
* Cherry wood is weather-resistant
* Handcrafted in New York's Hudson Valley.

Classical music lovers will resonate to this chime, precision-tuned to the first chord of J.S. Bach’s Prelude in C. Weather-resistant cherry wood and five silver-colored aluminum tubes make this one of Woodstock’s classic chimes. Handcrafted in New York’s Hudson Valley, the chime measures 24-1/2 inches in length and produces a melodic, midrange "voice." Musician Gary Kvistad founded Woodstock Chimes in 1979, and today the family-owned company produces a wide range of handcrafted, precision-tuned chimes. A one-year warranty covers the chime against defects, and all tuned Woodstock Chimes come with a lifetime tuning guarantee. (Ann Bieri)

Measures:

* Measures 24-1/2 inches in length
* Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 5.5 x 2 inches
* 1.3 pounds

Creator:

Made by Woodstock Percussion - New York, USA

Comments:

Buy item at:

Amazon.com

Source/Links: eBay | Sea Fifts | Amazon.com
Contributor:
Teddy Kaufman (February 2008)

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