Singing bowl 13.5 cm and 6.5 cm high from Tibet
Singing bowls are musical instruments in the form of a shell made of an alloy. The different metals, including gold, silver and copper, can differ in size, color, wall thickness and composition. Singing bowls are from the Tibetan Buddhist areas in the various states of the Himalayas. They are used as eating bowls, offering bowls, percussion instruments, relaxation supporting sound sources and as instruments for meditation. Each singing bowl has its own character, tone and tone. They have many names, including: Buddhist bowls, healing bowls, healing bowls, harmonization bowls, whole bowls, whole singing bowls, Himalayan bowls, singing bowls, offering bowls, relaxation bowls, ritual bowls, Tibetan bowls and singing bowls. A singing bowl produces sound by striking it with a percussion stick, among other things. A more subtle method is to make the stick circle around the edge, creating a stick-slip effect. Singing bowls have many overtone resonances with specific beatings. The effect is attributed to resonance. By holding the sound scale in a different way, other resonance frequencies become dominant and the sound changes. In this case the dish rests on three fingers at the bottom.
This sound bowl is supplied with drumstick.
Dimensions: 13.5 cm diameter x 6.5 cm height
Weight: 490 grams
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