Siesta: 10cm Inca Ocarina

Instruments | Ocarina

Publisher: Siesta
Format: Instruments | Instrument
The Siesta range of instruments originate from the endeavour to trade fairly and ethically with communities and makers all over the world, from Kenya and Nairobi to Bali and India. By working closely with small co-operatives and local suppliers, Siesta instruments are all produced using local materials and with methods that are in some cases centuries old.

This wonderfully ornate and colourful Ocarina is handmade and painted in Peru, and boasts a rich, warm tone.

Please note that this comes in assorted colours and may differ from the picture shown.
Published on: 20 February 2006
Language: English
Catalogue No: SSTPB10

        Siesta: 10cm Inca Ocarina reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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        Scores 4.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
        4 out of 10


        Pretty decoration
        Tone very quiet and low with only a few notes available.
        Confirmed purchase: 06 January 2016
        Published on: 13 January 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

        Mixed feelings. I didn't expect this to be made of the fragile material "porcelain". I have now to control the use - making sure that it is not dropped. My interest came from kid-movies such as Pippi Longstockings - but, this is a strange grown-up instrument, that primarily insterests kids. I hope to find a durable ocarina soon - and would be happy if musicroom included ones made of "kid-friendly" material in your product-program.
        Anonymous - (Denmark)
        This is a realy good little ocarina I would definatly of paid at least double for the wonder ful quality and 8 hole ocarinas are realy easy to play the design is beautiful and as ocarinas go it's very sturdy thanks musicroom CB
        Anonymous - ( United Kingdom)
        Un instrument à la sonorité douce et une bonne ergonomie. Bonne qualité pour le prix. Il y aurait quand même besoin d'une tablature...
        Anonymous - (nuars, France)
        Cet instrument en terre, réglé en A3-A4 (soprano) et à 8 trous et au timbre flûté ne manque pas d'originalité. Finition soignée. Le son est juste, fidèle. Permet de sonner toutes les notes de la gamme. Un étui et une notice auraient été appréciés, mais pour le prix c'est correct.
        Anonymous - (Arcachon, France)

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