Boomwhackers : tuned percussion tubes
Ready to have fun playing with boomwhackers? What’s a boomwhacker you ask? It’s a lightweight, hollow, group of color-coded, plastic tubes cut in various lengths to produce different pitches – it’s a percussion instrument! The most common form of producing musical sound is by hitting the tubes against a floor or on parts of the human body.
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- Physical Description 6 tuned tubes plastic, coloured ; 30-63 cm. long + 1 guide in bag.
- Publisher Fort Worth, TX : Rhythm Band Instruments/Amazon, c2012
"C major pentatonic scale."
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You must pick up instruments at the Victoria location. You can reserve a musical instrument ahead of time, or ask about availability in-person.You must return borrowed instruments to the Victoria location during library hours of operation. Do not attempt to return items through the outdoor return slot.
Consists of a set of brightly-colored musical tubes in the colors of the rainbow, which are tuned to produce the notes of the C major diatonic scale when hit on a surface. The tubes are marked with their individual notes and can also be used together to produce musical chords.
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