Jew’s harp… an enigmatic musical instrument of shamans… The majority of the world population has seen the value of its cosmic sounds, since nowadays the interest in the ethnic culture of the peoples of the North is picking up at an unprecedented pace.
Jew’s harp belongs to the brightest representatives of antique musical instruments which is well known in much of the world and distinguished with its production material and shape. Due to this, each jew’s harp has its own unique characteristics. Despite its simplicity, this musical instrument can produce a lot of sophisticated melodies which made it universally widespread. Deep and monotonous sound of a jew’s harp putting a human in a light trance has become popular among those who use various meditative practices, since rhythmic sounds and deep vibrations help to relax and reach harmony.
In the modern world of musical instruments, Glazyrin’s jew’s harps occupy a particular niche. One cannot but get fascinated of the aesthetics of their visual appearance and the mystical beauty of their sound.
The jew’s harp Red Indian stands out from the many variations of shapes and sounds. Its cast frame is made of brass, and its springy tongue produces bright and distinct sound. The Red Indian draws attention with its unique appearance. Due to its original design, this instrument will be an excellent gift for each connoisseur. It has accumulated the best characteristics of Glazyrin’s instruments. The jew’s harp Red Indian is a real find for practice of meditation and background music arrangement. Its rhythm and wide range of sound are designed to stimulate interest to ethnic culture of each individual who will have the chance to hear its unmatched timber.
With the jew’s harp Red Indian, one can produce exceptional sounds and overtones. It responds to the slightest touch of the tongue. It has a rather simple construction: the tongue freely vibrates within an immovable foundation. While playing on jew’s harp, this sound gains volume and strength by resonating from oral cavity. The timbral sound alters while changing the mouth position during rapid or short breathing. The sound of the jew’s harp Red Indian is higher than the Snake’s one. Also, if we compare these two jew’s harps, the Red Indian is more demanding on the playing technique. Thus, both an experienced jew’s harp player and a beginner will be able to approach perfection.
The brass Red Indian gives all necessary resources for fantasy and improvisation to a jew’s harp player. With its help, you will not only get aesthetic pleasure, but also satisfy the most exquisite musical taste. It will add charisma to your stage image and give the audience a state of blissful pleasure.