The Woodstock Tibetan Prayer Wind Chime is precision-tuned to a musical theme by Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu, commemorating the 100th anniversary of Carnegie Hall. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this chime go to support Tibet House New York, an organization dedicated to preserving Tibetan culture.
This exotic chime features a cherry wood circle and clapper and five bronze anodized aluminum tubes. It measures 22.5 inches in length and is precision-tuned by a sophisticated digital process a hundred times more sensitive than the human ear. It's backed by a lifetime tuning guarantee.
Woodstock Percussion Wind Chimes are tuned using a computerized tuning process in order to achieve incomparably beautiful sound. These wind chimes also use an ancient tuning system known as just intonation. Because these notes fall between the notes of a piano (which is tuned using the modern equal temperament system), the chime has a unique, authentic quality. The frequencies at which the different tubes vibrate are integrally related, thus producing the purest musical intervals. Once you hear the beautiful tones created by these magical chimes, you will understand why they are so popular around the world.
Wind Chime Length: The length of a wind chime is measured by the overall length of the chime (not tube length) - hanging hook to the end of the sail. This windchime is 36 inches long overall.