The harmonica has a long tradition in music and popular culture. It’s used in all genres, from rock and pop to classical music and jazz. The harmonica is relatively easy to learn, opens a broad variety of options to the player, and its small size makes it easy to carry around in your pocket and […]
In simplest terms, the harp is a plucked string instrument where the plane of the strings is perpendicular to the soundboard.
Yamaha’s plant-based recorder have bodies made of plant-based “Ecodear” plastic, the world’s first application of environmentally friendly plant based materials in a musical instrument, which achieves a mellow, centered tone that is similar to that of wood recorders. Comes in Baroque system alto and soprano. The body design is based on the popular Yamaha 300-series […]
The name ocarina, meaning “little goose,” was coined in the late 19th century by Italian musician and baker Guiseppi Donati who modified the instrument to play a diatonic scale and popularized it in the west
Picking up the harp (or more accurately standing with or sitting next to it) is unlike learning to play any other instrument. The harp is unique, a work of art in itself, and complex and difﬁcult both to play and to maintain.
The Venova is intended to be super accessible and fun to play, without requiring years of practice and private lessons to learn. It’s a hybrid instrument that blends the simplicity of a recorder with the sound of a saxophone.