Strong, weather-proof and durable, the notes on the Cavatina are arranged as a traditional xylophone or glockenspiel with low to high notes going from left to right. Diatonically tuned, it's versatility provides a vast range of expression suited to beginners and experienced musicians alike, performing in even the most challenging outdoor environments.
Set over black resonators, the vibrantly coloured anodised notes are set to our rainbow scale and can be combined with one of our Music Books where the notes on the instruments correspond with the coloured notes on the music sheets. Players then simply follow the colours to play a well-known song.
There are no wires or strings as the notes are individually and securely attached to the resonators for maximum vibration with incredible tones and resonance. The instrument is designed for ground or surface installation, but can also be wall mounted.
- Multi-generational Fun
- Fun for beginners and experienced musicians
- Inclusive Play Equipment
- Suitable for ADA Accessible Projects/Parks
- Music Book Compatible
- Rainbow Anodized Aluminium Notes
High-Use We have designed heavy-duty versions of several our instruments; ideal for high use or unsupervised applications, where less durable fixtures and fittings may suffer from wear and tear. Heavy-duty versions have black anodized aluminium resonators instead of the coloured ABS with polyurethane caps on the end of each resonator. The notes are securely mounted onto high density poly-ethylene back-boards. Finally, stainless steel security fixings offer unparalleled durability.
Made to order in 4 Weeks.
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