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of the Spheres wind chimes produce premium musical tone wind chimes for the discerning personality. If you are considering a Music of the Spheres Wind Chime, then you know what you want and won't settle for average.
Soothing, beautiful, and relaxing are the words you hear a lot when people are describing the sounds of these classic musical wind chimes.
Typically used as home or garden landscape accents, tuned musical wind chimes have even found their way into the concepts of the art of Feng Shui design.
We are not talking about the "tinkle-tinkle" of dollar store chimes, but the soothing tonal quality of chimes musically tuned to imitate the sounds of church bells.
A market that used to be dominated by Japanese or Chinese wind chime design has now been joined by some very high quality American Chime Makers, like J.W. Stannard, Music of the Spheres, and Woodstock. These are makers of premium musical chimes, tuned to musical notes and tones, using aluminum, steel, bronze, or copper wind chime tubes, not "tinkle-tinkle".
Music of the Spheres model WM Westminster Wind Chime
Westminster Wind Chime
This model from Music of the Spheres, the Westminster Wind Chime, using tubular aluminum chimes, blends old world craftsmanship with the latest in technology - harmonizing art and science to emulate the classic musical tones of Westminster's Big Ben.
Often referred to as The Stradivarius of Wind chimes, Music of the Spheres is an American success story.
The company actually started in a garage in 1989. The company has grown, but it's chimes are still hand-made and hand-tuned.
Musicians will be impressed with the use of authentic musical scales - your guests will just know they sound great.
Finished with a powder-coated matte black finish,
this chime uses 11/2 inch tubes. At approx. 85 inches long, this chime
would be the centerpiece of anylandscape or gardenfocal point.
Music of the Spheres Mongolian Tenor Wind Chime
This Music of the Spheres Mongolian Tenor Wind Chime was inspired by the musical tones of the ancient Mongolian culture, and would be an excellent compliment to any oriental or Asian culture focal point.
Picture it as an accent with an oriental statue or pagoda in a secret garden nook, or as an accompaniment to a lawn path wayside design.
- Hand-Crafted, Symphonic Quality Chimes
- Satisfaction Guaranteed - 30 Day Unconditional Return to Manufacturer
- Hand Crafted, Musically Tuned
- Durability guaranteed - fifteen year manufacturer warranty
- Approx. 43 inches long
Mongolian Alto and Mezzo Soprano Wind Chimes
Music of the Spheres also has the Mongolian Wind Chime in Alto and Mezzo-Soprano.
The Mongolian Alto Wind Chimes are musically described as "lively", similar to Chinese chimes, but with the tonal quality of much larger wind chimes. Maintaining the resonance of church and temple bells, the Mongolian Altos will transport you to far-away places.
The Mezzo-Soprano Mongolian Wind Chime has such a unique tonal quality that people find it hard to find just the right description for them. "Light and Lively", "mellow sweetness", "similar to Chinese chimes", - these are all terms people have used to describe the Mezzo-Soprano.
Music of the Spheres Balinese Mezzo Wind Chime
Drawn from the magical strains of the Indonesian Gamelon, the Music of the Sphere's Balinese Wind Chime blends harmoniously with Chinese and Japanese themes.
Mezzo soprano is a half octave above alto. Imagine the fulfilling flow of life energy when this Balinese chime is included in your Feng Shui designs.
- Precision tuned to A440, the standard orchestral pitch.
- Longest tube is 21 inches
and the outside diameter is 1-3/16 inches.
- Overall length is 50 inches.
- 30 day unconditional return, 7 year warranty
Music of the Spheres Quartal Alto Wind Chime
An original composition of the founder of Music of the Spheres, Larry Roark, the Music of the Spheres Quartal Alto 50 Inch Wind Chime mirrors the tranquil charm of an Alpine lake or stream to bring a serene feel to your surroundings.
Its refreshing tones blend beautifully with the Mongolian chimes. The Alto chime is a pleasant combination of the delicacy of the smaller chimes with the sustaining tone of the larger sizes.
This weather-resistant wind chime will soothe your senses with its melodious strains and create a slice of restful heaven in your backyard.
Music of the Sphere Pentatonic Bass Wind Chime
The Music of the Sphere Pentatonic Bass Wind Chime is considered a masterpiece of musical tone.
A musical scale more along the lines of the Big Ben's resonance, but with the true bass tones of America. This fantastic chime contains the musical tones of the notes in; Amazing Grace, and The Eyes of Texas.
The major Pentatonic scale is the most widely used melodic scale in the world, dating from ancient Greece. Its pattern is familiar as the black notes of the piano keyboard.
This chime blends best with the Hawaiian scales. This is not a nook or cranny piece, it would be the perfect compliment to your "main attraction" landscape or entertainment area design.
Just think of slate and cobblestone as the tones of this chime fill the air.
Wind Chimes are an investment
Premium quality wind chimes are an investment, and a life-style statement.
Show your quests and visitors the standards of your life-style while adding harmony to your environment.
These up-scale wind chimes from Music of the Spheres will enhance your landscape and garden designs with the sound of symphonic melodies that will transcend mere musical notes.
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