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Woodstock Enviroments Collection ZENERGY5 Quintet Zenergy Chime

Brand: Woodstock


Item: #203007
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Sound has a huge impact on our environment and our spirit, yet it is often overlooked.  Using ancient systems of tuning and musical scales, Woodstock products take the listener on peaceful journeys.  The Woodstock Environments Collection has been carefully chosen to give the discerning customer a selection of quality products, all of which contribute to Healing Through Sound.

Each note is tuned to offer clear tones and lovely harmony!


  • Carbonized laminated bamboo
  • 5 silver polished aluminum rods
  • Includes mallet
  • Tones: G, A, D, E, F
  • 8.5" long, 5" wide
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    West Music Store
    My students with intellectual disabilities love playing this along with pentatonic songs. It sounds great, and any random notes played by the student works! A fun, successful instrument to use.
    Kathleen C on Nov 25, 2013
    I can't get my daughter up in the morning, so now I'm going to try this!
    Heather M on Nov 15, 2012
    My grandson's music therapist recommended this product. My grandson is autistic,15, and already playing a keyboard and writing his own music as well as reading sheet music.
    Carol D on Dec 11, 2012
    I chose this Zenergy Chime because I teach kindergarten and I need this to help get my student's attention when changing centers. A chime like this was used at a workshop, today to get our attention. They only had a 3 bar chime and I can't wait to get my 5 bar chime for only a little bit more money. :)
    Nancy M on Oct 18, 2012
    Are these suitable for children aged 2 - 3?
    A shopper on Aug 20, 2012
    Best Answer: I have a two-year old, and I would not allow her to play them as the two highest chimes are quite resonant and almost hurt my ears even when played very softly. I think they would be fine for a six- or seven-year old, possibly as young as four, but with adult supervision.
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