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Ocarina Plastic 6 Hole in Various Colours
Easy to hold and easy to master, the 4-hole Oc® is the ideal first musical instrument for beginners of all ages. Covering different combinations of four fingerholes gives a full octave of notes plus three sharps and flats – enough for any first-time musician! The first eleven notes on this ocarina are equally easy to play. A steady breath produces a clear singing tone. The English 4-hole ocarina is one of the simplest, cleverest musical instruments ever invented, and the Oc® is the simplest of them all. Pick up an Oc®, put the cord round your neck and see how many different tunes you can play. Eleven notes from just four holes will surprise you; the sound will charm you; and the price won’t break the bank! The Oc® is the ultimate portable musical instrument, and it is available in a range of six cheerful colours. So is this just a novelty? Where does it come from? It may surprise you to know that small, round, four-hole flutes were made 2000 years ago in Latin America, their haunting sound echoing through the Andes. However, these ancient flutes could only play 5 notes. The modern Oc® is the result of extensive research and advanced manufacturing technology and plays up to 16 notes. Made in the UK for Ocarina Workshop from impact-resistant plastic, this D Alto Ocarina plays notes from D to D' and measures 77mm (3 inches).
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