Tiho is a crystallophone inspired by the element of fire. It is named after an African volcano. This musical masterpiece spans two octaves in the pentatonic mode, including E, F#, A, B, and C#. Crafted from verawood and makore, it incorporates elements like crystal, herkimer diamond, rope, and felt. The meticulous techniques of crystal paste, laminated, and carved wood are expertly combined.
Dimensions and Details
Size: Length - 14.5 in x 26 in x 18.5 in
Materials: Verawood and makore, crystal, herkimer diamond, rope, felt
Technique: Crystal paste, laminated and carved wood
Notes: Pentatonic mode E, F#, A, B, C#
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