Ten removable chime bars made of pure copper form a slightly curved wall of sound which, through its shape and spatial arrangement, stimulates a free and natural playing gesture.
The copper produces a bright, warm, bell-like tone with a relatively short resonance. This is particularly beneficial for melody playing, because the interference (friction between two tone intervals) that is otherwise often audible with metallophones hardly occurs.
10 solid copper plates
Tone sequence c”-d”-e”-f”-g”-a”-h”-c”’-d”’-e”’
Lower special tuning a = 432 Hz