Turtle Drum "Nazij" - handmade, double sided, blue - coloured tank drum tune in D akebono - japanese pentatonic scale & A hijaz/major phrygian - scale commonly used in the Middle East, also in jazz music. Tuning is on both sides!
New videos available to watch with both D akebono & A hijaz scales played. Please note scale can be tuned to your request (for instance in 432 Hz origin) or to any scale you choose. All the samples available on my soundcloud page. Com/samuel-szatek - please enquire first!
Our drums are a perfect choice for musicians, composers, music therapists as well as those who doesn't have much experience with instruments and just start to enter the music world. Also they can act as a perfect gift - they are very easy to learn to play them. Drum is tuned in corresponding scales which assure clarity of sound and spacious, echoing effect when notes are played.
Two sides can be also played together if you position the drum vertically on your knees, giving opportunity to create more melody variations. Drum's surface is naturally coloured steel - effect achieved by flaming, giving it extraordinary, deep blue finishing. It's diameter is 22cm - 8.5 in and height 18cm - 7 in. All turtle drums have logo, assuring the quality of our handmade tank drums. You can also listen to the soundcloud samples.
Together with the drum come. Pair of mallets designed specifically for playing tank drums - you can pick any colour you want! Cottton bag to carry the drum, with printed logo.
Pod made of felt to place the drum securely. All these included in the price! I also make tank drums to order, tuned in a chosen scales, feel free to ask any questions! The item "Turtle tank drum steel tongue handpan 2-SIDES 16 tones! Nazij D akebono &A Hijaz" is in sale since Wednesday, April 1, 2020.
This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Percussion\Folk & World Drums\Handpans". The seller is "szate-szate" and is located in Lódz. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.