Tubular bells "forest"
‘Forest’ signifies freestanding tubular bells consisting of metal tuned tubes of different lengths. The longer the tube the lower the sound it produces. The instrument itself is characterised by high frequencies and a subtle range of aliquot tones. To enjoy the mesmerising tone of tubular bells, you must strike them in the middle with mallets to produce a sound. Even the simplest, intuitively struck rhythm will produce an interesting tune. Two people at most can play the tubular bells ‘forest’. It is a good idea to add other instruments such as the bells ‘monk’ or xylophone ‘wind piano’ to create music together with others.
Width 175 cm