The ‘wind piano’ is a xylophone belonging to the sub-category of struck idiophones. It consists of properly tuned metal bars placed in one row. This instrument is characterised by a refined sound and a subtle range of aliquot tones.
You do not need any special skills to play the xylophone, so it might be a good idea to begin your musical adventure with a free bar instrument. Its simplicity encourages children to try out musical experiments and develop their creativity. It can be combined with tubular bells ‘forest’ and bells ‘monk’.
The instrument can be fixed to the ground with two anchoring systems:
Concrete anchor – ensures a professional and stable installation of the instruments on soft surfaces (e.g. lawn, sand).
Flat anchor – the best solution to install instruments on hard surfaces (e.g. concrete).