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Building and Playing Didgeritubes by Phil & Sarah Tulga. Building and Playing Melodic Tube Drums by Phil & Sarah Tulga. Homemade Musical Instruments — Drums — Tubular Drums Melodic Tube Drums On this page, you will learn how to make a set of tubular drums that can play melodies!

Building and Playing Melodic Tube Drums by Phil & Sarah Tulga

It includes: 1) Virtual Tube Drums you can play right now on your computer; 2) directions on how to build a 5-note set of tube drums; and 3) information on building and playing an 8-note set of tube drums. Also, if you're participating in Science Olympiad, be sure to check out our 2014 Science Olympiad Addendum. Building and Playing Musical Fraction Tubes by Phil & Sarah Tulga. Homemade Musical Instruments — Pythagorean — Pythagoras Musical Fraction Tubes You can build your own musical instrument based on a simple set of fractions — and this page will show you how!

Building and Playing Musical Fraction Tubes by Phil & Sarah Tulga

It includes: 1) Virtual Fraction Tubes you can play right now on your computer; 2) directions on how to build a 5-note set of Fraction Tubes; and 3) information on building and playing an 8-note set of Fraction Tubes — including step-by-step instructions, playing tips, beginning exercises and songs, and music you can play with two to four people. So take a couple of minutes, play the Virtual Fraction Tubes, learn how to make your instrument, and discover all of the great songs you can play with fractions.

Virtual Fraction Tubes Our Virtual Fraction Tubes play the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th & 6th notes of the Major Scale. As you will hear, the longer the tube, the lower the pitch — the shorter the tube, the higher the pitch. Start by clicking your mouse on each tube (below). Choose a Song to Play Home. Building and Playing a Tubular Glockenspiel by Phil & Sarah Tulga. Homemade Musical Instruments — Xylophone — Bells— Chimes Tubular Glockenspiel This page is designed to help you build and play a beautiful sounding homemade glockenspiel out of metal tubing.

Building and Playing a Tubular Glockenspiel by Phil & Sarah Tulga

On this page you will see: 1) a Virtual Glockenspiel that you can hear and play right now; 2) directions on how to build a 5-note Glockenspiel; and 3) information on building and playing an 8-note Glockenspiel. Also, if you're participating in Science Olympiad, be sure to check out our 2014 Science Olympiad Addendum. So take a couple of minutes, play the virtual glockenspiel, learn how to make your instrument, and discover all of the great songs your homemade glockenspiel can play. Virtual Glockenspiel Our Virtual Glockenspiel plays the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th & 6th notes of the Major Scale. As you will hear, this homemade glockenspiel sounds just like a set of bells or chimes. Start by clicking your mouse on each tube. Building and Playing a Water Bottle Xylophone by Phil & Sarah Tulga. Homemade Musical Instruments — Xylophone — waterbottles Water Bottle Xylophone Welcome to my water bottle xylophone activity page.

Building and Playing a Water Bottle Xylophone by Phil & Sarah Tulga

Here you will find: 1) a Virtual Water Bottle Xylophone you can play right now on your computer; 2) directions on how to build a 5-note water bottle xylophone; and 3) information on building and playing an 8-note water bottle xylophone — including step-by-step instructions, playing tips, beginning exercises and songs, and music you can play with two to four people. So take a couple of minutes, play the virtual xylophone, learn how to make your homemade instrument, and discover all of the great songs your water bottle xylophone can play. Virtual Water Bottle Xylophone Our Virtual Water Bottle Xylophone plays the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th & 6th notes of the Major Scale. As you will hear: more water produces a lower pitch, and less water produces a higher pitch. Start by clicking your mouse on each bottle. Building and Playing Pan Pipes by Phil & Sarah Tulga. Homemade Musical Instruments — Pan Pipes — Pan Flute — panflute — zampona — syrinx — antara — paixiao Panpipes If you're interested in building a pan flute, or a set of pan pipes, this is the page for you!

Building and Playing Pan Pipes by Phil & Sarah Tulga

It includes: 1) Virtual Panpipes you can play right now on your computer; 2) directions on how to build a 5-note set of panpipes; and 3) information on building and playing an 8-note set of panpipes. Also, if you're participating in Science Olympiad, be sure to check out our 2014 Science Olympiad Addendum.