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Malmark 12 Note ChoirChime Set

Brand: Malmark

$595.00

Item: #204362
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Malmark enjoys a reputation for producing the finest handbells.  This same dedication to quality went into the development and production of their Choirchime instrument.

So easy to play.
These chimes are rung like handbells.  The ensemble can perform as a solo instrument, with voices, or with other musical accompaniment.  Each chime is made of lightweight aluminum allow, tuned in relation to A440 Hz, keyboard color-coded and scaled in size.

The Choirchime is very lightweight.
Young children and seniors with arthritic problems can handle them with ease.

Easy to care for.
The Choirchime is designed to stand-up to rigors of classroom use.  Full instructions for maintenance and care are included.  Even with constant use, tuning is not necessary.

No special training is needed to play.  It requires only the proper grip, a gentle thrust of the arm and a slight wrist snap that very quickly becomes second nature.  With the Malmark Choirchime, the ability to produce music is almost immediate.  The Choirchimes help to build self-esteem, make learning music fun, provide therapeutic value and quickly bring return on the investment, while serving many different needs.

The 12 Note Choirchime Set includes:

  • 12 Malmark Choirchimes ranging from C5 to G6 Diatonic
  • 1 Carrying Carton

Features:

  • Color coded note designations
  • One piece bumper guard
  • Fixed position polyethlene clapper
  • Adjustable stainless steel axle bearing
  • Molded nylon yoke
  • Restraining bumper
  • Rigid aluminum clapper shaft
  • Matte finished, lightweight aluminum tube

All Malmark Choirchimes feature a 5 year manufacturers warranty and are made in the USA.

Model: 9120
Shipping Weight: 25 lbs

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What notes are in the 12 and 25 note sets?
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Can the chimes be shared among many students such as you would set up a hand bell choir? Jane
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