School & Fun instruments

Suzuki Handchimes (tonechimes), percussions, sound blocks. Top Quality.
Suzuki Music Pads - MP-8
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Suzuki Music Pads - MP-8

Suzuki's Music Pads are a fun way to explore sound and music
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Price at 1 Pcs. - perPcs.:
4.170,00  DKK
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Suzuki Tonechime 10 notes with a bag - HB-100
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Suzuki Tonechime 10 notes with a bag - HB-100

Handchimes are an excellent and rewarding group instrument
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Price at 1 Pcs. - perPcs.:
5.480,00  DKK
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Suzuki Tonechime 16 notes with a bag - HB-160
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Suzuki Tonechime 16 notes with a bag - HB-160

Handchimes are an excellent and rewarding group instrument
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8.237,00  DKK
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Suzuki Rhythm Percussion Bear
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Suzuki NAKAYOSHI Rhythm Percussion Bear

The percussion Rhythm Panda is perfect for schools, childergarden or in the nursery room.
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Price at 1 Pcs. - perPcs.:
8.267,00  DKK
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Suzuki Tonechime 25 notes with a trolley case - HB-250
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Suzuki Tonechime 25 notes with a trolley case - HB-250

Handchimes are an excellent and rewarding group instrument
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11.011,00  DKK
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Handchimes are musical instruments which are rung by hand, similar to handbells. Typically, they are tuned square tubes with an external clapper mechanism.
Many handbell techniques can also be applied to handchimes, though some are more difficult (such as six-in-hand) or impossible (malleting).

Handchimes were originally intended to be used as a training tool for prospective handbell ringers. They are cheaper, easier, lighter and more resilient than handbells, making them more accessible for school groups, church youth choirs and senior citizens' groups

Handchimes are also frequently rung in conjunction with handbells. Certain handbell pieces will involve playing handbells and handchimes at the same time, or alternating between the two through various sections of the music. Handbell ensembles will frequently have a collection of handchimes to use along with their handbells.

Handchimes are also used in classrooms to teach music.