Testimonials

Thousands of organizations have come to us wanting our help to bring music and harmony to their parks and playgrounds, schools, nursing homes, hospitals, hospices, museums and family-attractions, and many other different settings.

We strongly believe in extending play beyond the traditional, making play inclusive and the positivity of multi-generational interaction. Music has great power for bringing people together and including musical instruments in a park, playground or trail makes music-making irresistible for people of all cultures, ages, and abilities.

Read their reviews of Percussion Play to learn how great outdoor musical instruments have enhanced their outside spaces.

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Cara Wildman - Percussionist Sherman Public Library in Sherman, Texas, USA

I think the outdoor musical instruments are amazing and I'm SO happy the library added them to the park! I think they will be a great community space and I hope that many people will use them and let free their creative spirit that adults often suppress. I've really enjoyed the instruments myself!

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Dave Fleming Rotary Club of Wilmington Wilmington, Delaware, USA

It is a pleasure to work with a company in which integrity and quality are obvious core values. Consumers deserve to hear from customers whose experience can help them choose from among multiple suppliers. Please do encourage potential clients to contact me. I will be happy to tell them about our very positive experience with Percussion Play.

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Hastings Kindergarten Teacher Hastings, Nebraska, USA

As a long time Early Childhood educator and lover of any and everything musical, our recently installed musical playground equipment is such an asset not only for our students but our staff and our community. Music whether vocal or instrumental, is such a universal and integral part of brain development, culture, emotional regulation, and daily life. With the addition of our wonderful outdoor musical playground, our students can now 'make their own kind of music' using emotions, whole body movement, tapping, clapping, dancing, rhythm, and repetition along with the use of cooperating skills. Simply put...music brings joy. We want to thank you for the opportunity to bring JOY to our students, staff and community

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Fourth Grade Teacher (and parent of 2nd graders) Hastings, Nebraska, USA

I believe the musical playground is giving kids an opportunity to express their emotions through music by creatively maneuvering amongst the instruments to produce their own wonderful melodies. My kids personally have loved it because their imaginations take over when they are out there and they are able to experiment with the variety of instruments and sounds that each one makes.

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Fifth Grade Teacher - Hastings Nebraska Hastings, Nebraska, USA

The students are excited and enjoying them. Students who do not play much have found themselves being on the instruments. It provides the non-sport upper elementary kids an outlet

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Hastings Music Teacher Hastings, Nebraska, USA

Current fine arts/music education standards in the United States are generally based on the actions of "Create, Perform, Respond, and Connect." As part of the standards, one goal of music education programs is for students to be able to "generate/conceptualize, organize/develop, and refine/complete artistic ideas and work." Not only should students be able to meet these goals INSIDE the school building, by having a space and trained music specialist dedicated to music education, but community members of school-age and beyond should have opportunities to create music OUTSIDE of the school environment as well. This MUSICAL playground equipment offers the unique opportunity for ALL citizens, age 2 to 102, to be able to experiment with sound and sound combinations, and create their own music! Users can create and play alone, or through collaboration with others. This outlet for creativity provides unique benefits not attained in other areas of daily life, and leads to connectedness and well-being that benefit all of us!

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