The beautiful, elegant and healing sounds of the Cherub make it the perfect addition to sensory gardens in children's centers, special needs environments, hospitals, nursing homes, schools or colleges.
The 11 tubular bells are made from hand-tuned, heavy-duty anodized aluminum and are each mounted individually over black anodized aluminum resonators which are equally precisely tuned. Each resonator is individually capped with a polyurethane rain baffle. Finally, stainless steel security fixings deter vandalism and prevent the theft or removal of the instrument.
The Cherub can be wall-mounted or affixed to posts for easy installation into any surface. The elegant design is based on the Percussion Play Cadenza xylophone, however, each note has a half degree spacing, creating a shape that when mirrored, resembles the wings of an Angel - hence the inspiration for the name.
- Clear, bright sustaining tone
- Multi-generational Fun
- Can be Wall Fixed
- Disabled Access / ADA Accessible
- Inclusive Play Equipment
Made to order in 4-6 Weeks.
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