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Hand Pans
Hand Pans

September Newsletter

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SingingTreeFlutes Is Now Carrying Hand Pans(Hang Drums)!
Hi everyone! I'm so excited to share that we are now carrying hand pans. This is a steel, hand played several note percussion instrument that was invented by a couple in Switzerland in early 2000. Their company was PanArt, and their drum was called the "Hang Drum". Everyone who heard the magic sounds that came out of these drums fell in love, including me. Now there are around 100 makers world wide that produce versions of these hand pans, and about 30 high quality makers. These days, to get a high quality, well tuned hand pan from a reputable maker, it takes a pre paid order of between $2-3500, and a 2-3 year wait for completion. Most also have a lottery system to where your name has to be drawn before even having an opportunity to order. The lottery list can also be up to 10k deep with names as well. Over the years I've had the opportunity to play some high quality pans (original hang, etc) and some low quality ones. THERE IS A BIG difference between them! Early this summer I was offered a great high quality pan from my friend and long time flute customer , Thomas, who lives in Switzerland. He has a maker now that makes him a special line of very high quality pans, and he has been kind enough to send a few my way. I've since been on the search for some other nice pans, and have found a couple other sources. It's not easy pickins by any means, but I've found some possibilities to get a high quality pan without the wait. My retail prices are the same as the companies prices, and sometimes a bit less. I'm not doing it to get rich, just to let these awesome instruments pass through my hands and find their home. I've had no other instrument move me emotionally and spiritually than this one. Sound healing at it's best! And playing flute with them is amazing! Go to our Hand pan page on our website. We do have some available, and more on the way. Feel free to inquire about key and pricing. Here is an introductory video of me demonstrating the E Voyager Hand Pan!

Up coming ceremies

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UpComing Ceremonies
Saturday Sept. 23rd, and Oct 4
 This will be held at Portland family peace fellowship building... 2620 Hughs Drive, West Linn, OR 97068. If you're going to sing with us, be there by 9:45..
Fall Equinox, Pipe Ceremony and Singing
(like our drum practice that we used to do at Williams)
9049 SE Jansen, Clackamas, OR 97015
Tom Schneider has offered to let us use his conference room in Clackamas, OR for smaller ceremonies and drum practices, etc. So on Wednesday, Oct. 4th, we're having a drum practice, potluck, and pipe ceremony. 6:30-8:30. There is a stove, fridge, coffee maker. Bring coffee if you want to brew some. It is in a business parking lot. Look for my green Honda Element parked our front. Maybe we can do once a month or so?
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Bear Ceremony Coming Soon!
Max Defender will have a bear ceremony on a Saturday in OCT. Will know details soon. (Possibly Oct, 14)
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Learn More about 432 hertz tuning

Info on 432 hertz tuning

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What have you heard about 432 Hz Tuning? 

432 Hz. The magic number everybody is talking about. It is said to be the natural frequency of the universe, to have cosmic healing powers and to attract masses of audience to its music. It is said that by tuning our music less than a semitone below our standard A=440Hz we are promised direct access to the universe's hidden treasures. Well first let me say, that I support any opinion you have on this subject, and am in favor of everyone that searches avenues to find a closer relationship between themselves, and all of creation, as I do. In addition I love making flutes in both 432 Hz and 440 Hz as well as other frequencies. It seems as though some flutes are just asking to be tuned to 432 Hz..

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