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Lingering Lullaby Wind ChimeLingering Lullaby Wind Chime
~ One of our most popular and soothing, Lingering Lullaby features a suspended chord of open tonality, creating a gentle floating sensation. Composed by Debra Mathis, pianist and composer.
Notes: C5 D5 F5 G5 C6 D6 F6 G6
Type: Anhemitonic, C9sus4

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Most Popular Wind Chimes - 4 Selections:
Amazing Grace Wind Chime (SKU: G-01)Amazing Grace Wind Chime (SKU: G-01)
~ The most famous of all the Christian folk hymns, Amazing Grace was written by the English poet and clergyman John Newton, and published in 1779. With a message about forgiveness and redemption, it has been associated with many melodies, but most frequently sung to a tune named "New Britain."
Notes: B4 D5 G5 A5 B5 D6 E6 G6
Type: Anhemitonic, Pentatonic, Key of G Major
Ancient Echo Wind Chime (SKU: A-01)Ancient Echo Wind Chime (SKU: A-01)
~ Dedicated to Pythagoras of ancient Greece, Ancient Echo is composed in the suspended mode of the common anhemitonic pentatonic scale (or symmetrical quartal scale derived from successive musical intervals of the fourth: 2 up from the fundamental tone and 2 down from the octave). This scale is harmonically correct in both Pythagorean and Just Intonation tuning systems, and most compatible with Equal Temperament. Great for Zen Meditation.
Notes: A4 B4 D5 E5 G5 A5 B5 D6
Type: Anhemitonic, Pentatonic, Quartal, Key of A
Lingering Lullaby Wind Chime (SKU: C-05)Lingering Lullaby Wind Chime (SKU: C-05)
~ One of our most popular and soothing, Lingering Lullaby features a suspended chord of open tonality, creating a gentle floating sensation. Composed by Debra Mathis, pianist and composer.
Notes: C5 D5 F5 G5 C6 D6 F6 G6
Type: Anhemitonic, C9sus4
Westminster Quarters Wind Chime (SKU: D-01)Westminster Quarters Wind Chime (SKU: D-01)
~ Westminster Quarters sounds the 4 familiar tones of the famous Big Ben Clock Tower in London, known also as Westminster Chimes, Cambridge Chimes, and erroneously as Winchester Chimes. The name Westminster Quarters indicates that the Big Ben Clock Chimes sound once every quarter of the hour. While 4 different sequences of the 4 notes are used, all are included for tolling the top of the hour. The original musical key has been transposed up from E to D, and the 4 notes are duplicated to harmonize in a higher octave.
Notes: A4 D5 E5 F#5 A5 D6 E6 F#
Type: Anhemitonic, Dadd9