The Ocarina is now considered to be an ancient wind instrument. A typical Ocarina is an enclosed space with four to twelve finger holes and a mouthpiece. Jacques André's The Enchanting World of the Ocarina excitingly revives the traditional instrument.
André pursued musical studies, eventually embarking upon a career as a Music Therapist. He discovered the Ocarina in 1993 and soon became an expert. André's passion for the Ocarina led him to publish The Enchanting World of the Ocarina in 2004. This introductory book is suitable to woodwind players seeking to expand their musical abilities.