Our Workshop

In the 70th it start with the making of ocarina, inbetween we not only make ocarina but also Chalumeau or boneflutes. We make different kinds of drums, large Davul, small soldier drums and shamane drums

The making of ocarina

The making of ocarina

Since the 70th we make ocarina from white clay.

The making of drums

The making of drums

soldierdrums, Davul and frame drums

making of bone flutes

making of bone flutes

flutes like a recorder made from different kinds of bones

 

We manufacture various instruments in our workshop. There are for example the clay flutes called ocarina. The small white clay flutes have been made here for over 40 years. The chalumeau made from turning wood or bone flute are carved. We build drums in different designs: large davul, smaller marching drums and shaman's drums.

 

music instruments from all over the world

Over the years we have added some unusual and less well-known musical instruments to our range ...

chinese wind instruments

chinese wind instruments

Dizi, Xiao, Bawu, Hulusi

string instruments

string instruments

Psaltery, Dulcimer, Mandoline, Mandola

spiritual instruments

spiritual instruments

Shamane drums, jew harps, native indian flutes, singing bowls

There are many different musical instruments to discover around the world. The variety of sounds on wind instruments is always fascinating. A Chinese traverse flute, the dizi, sounds very different from an Irish traverse flute, an ocarina sounds different from a usual recorder, and a native indian flute sounds different from the Irish tin whistle. But also with drums and string instruments there are many variants and tonal differences as at the percussion instruments. The bright sound of the cymbal, the deep sound of a drum, rattles in different variations, or even just the sound frogs with their frog concert.

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Kalimba

At this Kalimba the resonsance-box is made from a coconut.

with 7 metal tongues, not tuned

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Dizi - chinee travers flute

Dizi is a traditional chinese travers flute.
This flute has a special: between the mouth hole and the finger holes is a hole, which is closed with a ricepaper.
This paper starts to vibrate while playing and changes the sound to a vibrating timbre.
The fingering is like typical six-hole flutes, playable about two octaves.
We offer this flute in differents tonalities.

In china the declaration of tonality is different to europe. They don't sign the deepest note, but the note at the third hole from the bottom. That means a flute in chinese F is C-major (deepest note C).

So we have the tonalities:

chineses G / D

chinese F / C

chinese D / A

chinese C / G

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