Chimes of the Eclipse
The Chimes of the Eclipse showcases a unique and beautiful sounding feature called “octave doubling.” Each note appears again one octave higher than the main scale. This expands the range of the chime while adding harmonic content and beauty to the sound. They introduced this chime to celebrate the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. As a result, this chime will conjure the magic of this rare event with its ethereal music.
Woodstock designed the Chimes of the Eclipse for superior musical performance It is hand-tuned to a five-note scale found all over the world. In addition, it acts in concert with the wind to create random patterns of wonderful music and will work in perfect harmony with all other Encore Collection chimes right in your own backyard.
This chime was designed with a removable windcatcher that can be engraved or silk-screened.
This chime carries a lifetime tuning guarantee
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You can hang wind chimes outside of a building or residence as a visual and aural garden ornament. Since they strike according to the random effects of the wind blowing the chimes, we consider wind chimes an example of chance-based music. The tubes or rods may sound either indistinct pitches, or fairly distinct pitches. Wind chimes that sound fairly distinct pitches can, through the chance movement of air, create simple songs or broken chords.
When you hang wind chimes inside a building this is usually for Feng Shui. Sound is one way that feng shui practitioners shift the energy of a space. A wind chime can even be used as a space clearing tool to remove negative energy and welcome in new, positive energy. You probably have an intuitive understanding of this; think about how different it feels to be in a silent room, the same room with soft music playing or with heavy music playing. When a wind chime creates sound vibrations, they move through the spaces and objects to shift the energy.
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