LIDAH® Handpan – D-mineur (8) / Celtic
- 8 tonen: D / A, C, D, E, F, G, A
- Tuning: D-minor
- Material: Nitrated Steel
- Inclusief Draagtas en handpanolie
This precisely tuned Handpan in the D-minor key contains the notes: D / A, C, D, E, F, G, A. The D-minor handpan is precisely tuned and elegantly finished. The handpan comes with a Travel bag. This instrument is ideal for both beginning and advanced percussionists. Furthermore, the harmonious sound makes this instrument suitable for relaxing, meditative and therapeutic purposes.
|Weight||4,0 kg / 8,8 lb|
|Diameter||53 cm / 21″|
|Hoogte||26 cm / 10″|
How to learn to play handpan?
It's not a problem if you don't have experience playing a Handpan or Tank Drum yet (also called Tongue Drum). It is quite easy to learn to play this instrument, there are a number of reasons for this. First of all, these instruments should be played by feeling. So you play whatever tones you feel like and that means you can't play wrong tones! In addition, the pure, harmonious tone compositions ensure that you can't hit wrong sound combinations. Take your time and you will enjoy the journey of explore your instrument.
What is the difference between a Handpan and a Tongue Drum?
We at LIDAH Drums are specialized in the Handpan and Tongue Drum. Both instruments produce a magically beautiful sound. For a lot of people, these instruments are ideal for relaxing and meditative purposes. In addition, the Tongue Drum and Handpan sound fantastic in combination with other instruments. However, there are some differences between these two percussion instruments.
With a diameter of 50-60 cm, a Handpan is many times larger than a Steel Tongue Drum 25-40 cm. Making a Handpan is a very time consuming process and requires enormous skill. Compared to a Tongue Drum, more expensive tools and materials are used to make a Handpan. This results in the difference in price between these two instruments. The Steel Tongue Drum also impresses in terms of sound. The smaller size makes the Tank Drum ideal for Travelling. In addition, the Tank Drum is a very accessible instrument for beginning percussionists. You will learn to discover the instrument in a joyful way. Whether you choose a Tank Drum or a Handpan, both instruments will provide you a lot of relaxation and enjoyment.