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Tenor & Bass Tones These sounds register next to the lowest in a 4-part chorus, Tenor is the highest natural range of low pitches. Low Tones
Mezzo & Alto Tones Ranges between soprano and contralto, Mezzo sounds will have you singing along from the rooftops! Medium Tones

Music on the Wind

Invite natural melody to your outdoor scene. Traditionally used to ward off evil spirits, wind chimes are now commonly used for their harmonious sounds, as well as for maximizing chi, or life energy, in Feng Shui. When the breeze of life blows, you’ll be the first to know with a wind chime.

The first wind chimes were crafted of bronze and were very heavy. Modern chimes are made from a variety of materials and in a variety of styles, from minimalist to ornate. Each material produces a different sound, as does each size. Wooden wind chimes usually produce a natural, calming tone, while metal chimes will produce a precise tone. Cast iron options most closely resemble the first wind chimes created in Rome, and produce lower tones. Look for tonal details when shopping for chimes, as each will vary based on the size, striker, and number of tubes.

Several popular and trusted brands of wind chimes have taken the guess-work out of buying for sound quality. They use professional tools and knowledge to precisely tune each chime for the most pleasing and pure notes. Such brands include Woodstock, Grace Note, and Shenandoah.

With an array of options, you’re sure to find the wind chime that suits your space. They make great décor additions in patios, entryways, and screened porches.