Music of the Spheres wind chimes are symphonically tuned making them known as the Stradivarius of all wind chimes.  Music of the Sphere Chimes come in Westminster plus ten different tunings including Chinese and Japanese as well as the most popular Pentatonic and make unique mothers day or holiday great gifts for outdoor and garden home decor.

The Music of the Spheres Wind Chimes Tuning Descriptions

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One of our most popular tunings, 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. The chime contains all the notes to "Amazing Grace" as well as "The Eyes of Texas".

Ensemble Set: Pentatonic - Hawaiian

Hawaiian Tuning. The Hawaiian scale is Polynesian in flavor, reminiscent of a tangy sweet & sour sauce and tropical island breezes. It combines the best of major and minor pentatonic scales.

Ensemble Set: Pentatonic - Hawaiian

Balinese Tuning. The Balinese scale recreates the magical strains of the Indonesian gamelon, at once joyous and plaintive.

Ensemble Set: Chinese - Balinese- Japanese

Japanese Tuning. The distinctive tones of the Japanese scale are at once deeply soothing and provocative. Its drama complements the more light-hearted Chinese and Balinese.

Ensemble Set: Chinese - Balinese- Japanese

Ensemble Set: Japanese - Gypsy

Chinese Tuning. The Chinese, an inversion of the Pentatonic, is the lightest and sweetest of our scales, sure to evoke a sense of happiness. Its sweetness best complements the more serious Japanese and Balinese.

Ensemble Set: Chinese - Balinese- Japanese

Gypsy Tuning. The ancient Gypsy scale is still used widely from northern Africa to the Baltic region. Its exotic mix of piquant strains and haunting melodies blends well with the Japanese.

Ensemble Set: Japanese - Gypsy

Mongolian Tuning. The Mongolian scale, a livelier version of the Chinese, is reminiscent of church and temple bells. The major pentatonic scale in root position in the key of A, it harmonizes nicely with the Aquarian. Genghis Khan conquered an empire unmatched in size, yet never heard chimes as lovely as these.

Aquarian Tuning. An original Larry Roark composition, The Aquarian mirrors the tranquil charm of an Alpine lake or stream. Its refreshing tones mix beautifully in different sizes and also blend with the Mongolian.

Nashville Tuning. The NashvilleŽ, a Music of the Spheres original composition, encompasses the complexities of the major seventh and ninth intervals of the pedal steel guitar. It evokes the serenity of a Highland Rim sunset.

Whole Tone Tuning. Whole Tone Tuning - Claude Debussy, inspired by Balinese music at the 1896 Paris Exposition, began composing with this atonal scale, used for example in his piece "La Mer". Later, television's original Star Trek used it in the "beaming up" sequences. TV and film scores frequently feature it for underwater scenes, dream and "flashback" sequences.

Quartal Tuning. A musical palindrome, the Quartal scale is based on intervals of fourths and fifths. Its smooth and serene sound captivated American composers, notably Aaron Copland and Paul Hindemith, in the early twentieth century.

Our Contrabass and Basso Profundo chimes use an expanded Quartal scale.

Westminster Tuning. Pealing the familiar tones of London's "Big Ben", this chime emulates the rich harmonics of cathedral bells. To create an ensemble, add the Pentatonic or perhaps Hawaiian.

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