These anodized aluminum rainbow-colored chimes are individually
mounted to a stainless-steel post which can be installed into the
ground, fixed to the surface (with a surface plate) or installed with an
extended footer. The anodized aluminum polished finish will not chip,
flake, or peel and is UV stable.
Select your choice of either a Ground install or a Surface Mount post option. Each post comes complete with a ‘mallet minder’ to hold the mallet securely in place when not in use.
Available as individual 'solo' notes you can create the sonic
landscape of your choice. Calypso Chimes are also available in the
following arrangements within the C Major scale:
Reminiscent of orchestral tubular bells, the sleek design of the colored
anodized aluminium tubing make these chimes outstanding in both sound
quality and visual appeal. Using only the highest quality materials, we
promise the best quality resonant sound you have ever heard in any
outdoor musical chime. Aluminium is one of Earth’s most abundant metals
known for its lightness, strength and resistance to corrosion and
Calypso Chimes are made of precision-cut high-grade aluminium tubing -
constructed to exacting tolerances - with a corrosion-protective
anodized finish that will preserve the chime's appearance, increase
durability in hostile environments and will never rust.
Colors are easy for most young children to recognize and differentiate
between, however in music, the baseline is black and white - the colors
of standard notation. When first introducing music and music reading to
young children it can be challenging for them to recognize patterns and
organize the content visually when everything is black and white. Sound
and color fit together, and most minds draw intensely vivid connections
between the two. For this reason, color can be a helpful tool when
teaching music and developing music-reading skills to young children.
turns out that Newton shared the concept of likening color notation to
music notation. To the medieval mind, there were just five colors in
the rainbow: red, yellow, green, blue, and violet. But Newton added two
more – orange and indigo – because he believed that the harmony of
colors in the rainbow must be similar to the harmony of notes in a
major musical scale. Seven steps in the scale; seven colors in the