LIDAH® Nitrated Steel Handpan I D-minor (9) / Kurd
- 9 notes: D / A, Bb, C, D, E, F, G, A.
- Tuning: D-minor (9) / Kurd
- Material: Nitrated Steel
- Includes Travel bag and Handpan Oil
This Handpan in the D-minor key contains the notes: D / A, Bb, C, D, E, F, G, A. The D-Kurd handpan is precisely tuned and elegantly finished. The hand pan is delivered including a travel bag to safely take your handpan with you. The unique Nitrated Steel gives the handpan a unique warm and relaxing sound. The D-Minor key contains mainly minor components. This provides a melancholic, relaxing sound, for many this is THE unique sound of the handpan. This handpan is ideal for both beginner and advanced handpan players. The harmonious sound makes this instrument suitable for relaxing, meditative and therapeutic purposes.
|Weight||4,0 kg / 8,8 lb|
|Diameter||53 cm / 21″|
|Height||26 cm / 10″|
Real Steel, Nitrated Steel or Ember Steel Handpan?
Our Real Steel handpan is made of high carbon steel. This gives the handpan the energetic and euphoric sound. Our Nitrated Steel handpan is made of nitrated steel. This handpan has a deeper, more melancholic sound. Both handpans are ideal for beginning and advanced percussionists and are ideal for meditation, sound therapy or other spiritual purposes. Listen carefully to the sound videos and choose the sound that touches you the most!
We create your handpan in our beautiful studio
All our handpans are crafted by hand in our studio by our small though experienced team on Bali. This contrasts with much lower quality handpans, which have found their way to the Dutch market in large numbers from China, for example. Making and tuning a handpan is a complex process. It is important to us at all times to take our time for our unique creations. That is why we usually have a limited number of handpans in stock. It might be possible that your dream instrument is not immediately available. In that case you can pre-order your desired handpan through the website. The production and waiting period varies between 6-16 weeks, this is usually stated on the handpan. We can assure you it is worth the wait for such a unique instrument!
How to learn to play handpan?
It's not a problem if you have no experience playing a Tongue Drum or Handpan yet. It is quite easy to learn to play these instruments for a number of reasons. First of all, they are instruments that should be played by feeling. So you play the tones that you think sound beautiful. This way it is impossible to play wrong notes! In addition, the clean, harmonious tonal compositions ensure that you cannot play wrong sound combinations. In the beginning you will have to get used to the playing technique, but usually you quickly get wonderful sounds from the instrument! Take your time, and you will explore the instrument while playing.