Hal Leonard Handpan Method
A handpan is a musical instrument made of steel and played with the hands. Handpans are formed by two bowl-shaped sheets of steel fastened together to create a resonant sound chamber. The sonority of the handpan has an affective quality that some describe as etheral or otherworldly. Most handpans have a relatively small number of notes tuned to a single key; making them accessible to those just learning music; while also being versatile and complex enough to challenge and inspire even the most accomplished musicians. The Hal Leonard Handpan Method is written for a broad range of skill levels. Beginners will find the introductory material and exercises necessary to develop their touch and technical skill; while the advanced player will find instructions on how to execute high-level techniques; create sophisticated sounds; and build complex patterns. The information; techniques; and theory presented in this book are designed to be flexible; and can be adapted to work on your instrument; no matter the scale or number of notes. The price of this book includes access to videos online; for download or streaming; using the unique code included with each purchase.
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| Media ||Softcover Video Online|
| Format ||Book/Online Video|
| Length x Width x Height||12 x 9 x 0.191 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.52 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL288061|
| ISBN ||1540044319|
| EAN ||9781540044310|
| 1st Publication Date||01/2020|