Auris glockenspiel can be used in the most various situations. At home, just playing musical games or at bed time. In the kindergarten and early school years it is a wonderful companion both by story telling and dramas to create a musical background and atmosphere. It plays lead melodies to choir singing and orchestra very well. The ways to use Auris glockenspiel are so many, only your fantasy sets the limit.
The glockenspiel body is made of European maple wood, a hard, blond well suited material. The tone bars, which carries the secret of the Auris sound, are made out of a special brass alloy. This material gives the instrument an enormous tone potential that can fill a concert hall with sonorous light.
Twelve tone diatonic glockenspiel c’’’- d’’’- e’’’ – f’’’- g’’’- a’’’- h’’’-c’’’’- d’’’’- e’’’’ A semi advanced glockenspiel.
Listen to this instrument:
with wooden club / mallet
with plastic club / mallet
with rubber club / mallet
A basic pentatonic lyre for introduction of music to the child. For use at home, in the kindergarten by musical games and storytelling and much more.
THE 7-STRINGED LYRE – is tuned in a pentatonic scale which allow the fingers to move freely over the strings always producing a harmonic tune.
Twelve tone Pentatonic lyre d-e-g-a-h-d’-e’-g’-a’-h’-d’’-e’’
An advanced pentatonic lyre a fine tool for the teacher to play for and lead the children’s groups in the musical exploration. Use it at home, in the kindergarten by musical games and storytelling and much more. The lyre can also be tuned into a large number of various scales and chords except the pentatonic.