NOSE FLUTE, crazy - use for festivals, samba whistle
Hand carved nose flute in wood.
These crazy instruments can produce wonderful sounds and bird calls - just place your nose in the top large scooped out shape with the small round hole.
Seal your nostrils to the edges and blow out gently through the nose/ Open your mouth at the same time and your breath makes a lovely whistle which you can modulate with your tongue inside your mouth like you are whistling normally.
Colour and type of wood may vary.
Wooden TRAIN whistle - four whistles in one - really sounds like old steam train
WOODEN TRAIN WHISTLE
High-quality with great sound - not just a toy!
Hand-made in wood with nice rounded edges - safe for all ages
Four notes, nice clear sound
Approx 8" or 200mm long
Colour and design may vary slightly as natural product
Great present for train fans.
Sound For Health
Chinese Bawu reed flute
Chinese Bawu reed flute
Nice reedy sound produced by small metal reed.
Bawu is direct blown so is easier to play than western flute.
1 piece and larger size. F = 62cm, C = 68cm
G plays scale D E F# G A B D E
Bluesman Vintage Harmonica in C
Sonnyboy's Bluesman Vintage Harmonica in a black box.
A 10-hole diatonic harmonica.
It has gorgeous retro looking antiqued brass coloured cover plates.
This is a great simple no frills starter instrument for anyone wanting to have a go at playing the harmonica without having to spend a lot.
If this is your first harmonica we recommend you choose a key of C.
This handmade Oxhorn blowing horn has been crafted in the time-honoured style that dates back to Viking days.
Made from a single bull horn. The mouthpiece is prepared by cutting off the tip of the horn and making two drill cuts, to create the rim and cup design similar to that of brass instruments. The horn is then given a light sanding and polish to bring out it’s natural beauty whilst retaining that rustic appearance. A leather hanging strap is added to complete the look.
Traditionally used more for signalling than for music, horns have been used as sounding cries by many ancient societies - as a means of spreading messages, summoning people to meetings or festivals or to warn people of your approach.
The bugle, a modern day descendant of the blowing horn, is used to call out orders in military camps or even scout camps, whilst as a hunting horn it is used to flush out game.
Whatever your designs for this large bugle we are sure you will enjoy the deep resonant sound produced from these horns.
Please note: horn is a natural product so these horns will vary in colour and texture from photos. They will have areas of roughness, marks and scratches were the animals fought each other! All natural blemishes are what make them have character as no two are alike.
The medium horns are polished and approx. 40cm in length and the XL are approx. 55-65cm+.
Blowing a Viking horn is a simple process of using the instrument's natural shape to create a unique booming sound and is similar to blowing air through a trumpet.
Hold the horn close to the mouthpiece with one hand and towards the centre of the instrument with your other hand to ensure stability.
Purse your lips tightly against the edges of the mouthpiece, holding your lips straight and tight and close together.
Blow strongly and consistently into the mouthpiece while pursing your lips. Your lip's vibrations will create a buzzing sound in the mouthpiece that resonates throughout the instrument.