Chimes of Lun
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Chimes of Lun

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Dimensions: 36 in. Overall Length
Materials: Cherry finish ash wood, 6 silver aluminum tubes.


This windchime has a distinctly Chinese tuning that celebrates one of the world's oldest cultures.

The feeling created by this relaxing and tranquil wind chime is credited to an ancient Chinese pentatonic scale introduced in the 27th century BC by Ling Lun, a court musician under Emperor Huang-ti, the legendary Yellow Emperor. Lun first played this musical scale on pan pipes cut from different lengths of bamboo. In Chinese mythology, Lun was said to have created bamboo flutes which made the sounds of many birds, including the mythical phoenix. The perfect fifth, the basis of the pentatonic scale, is expressed by the ratio 3:2. Lun designed his flutes based on this principle, believing the relationship of 3 to 2 represented the harmony that exists between heaven and earth. In ancient China, music was seen as central to well-being and longevity.

This chime carries a lifetime tuning guarantee.


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1. Anonymous User on 10/11/2017, said:
I recently replaced my 35+ year old chimes of Lun. I had had them restrung about 10 years ago, but they were really tired. The new ones arrived in 3 days! You guys rock!! Was this comment helpful? yes no (0 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
2. Anonymous User on 6/4/2015, said:
this was our first wind must be at least 25 years old now and still sounds very good. (it will need a re-furbish.) definitely a distinctive chinese tone and sound to it. sounds best when effected by slower or lighter breezes; sounds rather "clunky" during heavier winds. it took some time but we found a spot that works well for this chime in relation to our weather. thinking of adding the 'butterfly's farewell' as a companion to this one. Was this comment helpful? yes no (1 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
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