Covering different combinations of four fingerholes gives a full octave of notes plus three sharps and flats – enough for any first-time musician! The first eleven notes on this ocarina are equally easy to play. A steady breath produces a clear singing tone.
We love the simplicity of the 4-hole ocarina and the possibility of playing hundreds of tunes using just four fingers. That's why we've made it in plastic for school use and at an accessible price. In 2015, the Oc® was named Best Music Education Product in the Music Teacher Awards for Excellence.
During the CORONAVIRUS Pandemic, we will add a 2020 full-colour edition of 'Play Your Ocarina – Book 1' with EVERY Ocarina ordered through OcShop, for delivery in the UK. So, order an ocarina from this record and you will get an ocarina with FREE 'Book 1'.
Or buy with Book 1 we will include the audio CD for free.
For HOME-LEARNING and for any mixed age-group of children, try the sets below and we will include 'Book 1' free with each ocarina ordered – choose your colour above.
For first MUSIC lessons – an Oc with 'Zero-to-Hero' and CD
For GEOGRAPHY – an Oc with 'World-Explorer' and CD
For HISTORY lessons – a Oc with 'Time-Traveller' and CD
Ocarinas are the BEST instrument to play individually and in groups – REWARDS are quick and PROGRESS is guaranteed with hours of music to play and explore:
Your Ocarina set will be despatched same day by ROYAL MAIL 24
We are confident the whole family will find ocarina-playing irresistable!
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4-hole Oc® made in the UK for Ocarina Workshop from impact-resistant plastic.
Plays notes D to D'. Measures 80mm (3.25 inches)
Available in Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple
Supplied with a FREE 'Play Your Ocarina – Book 1' for a limited time
WINNER of Best Music Education Product Award 2015
The Ocarina is an ancient instrument. Round flutes have been made on all continents for thousands of years. This ocarina is an English ocarina. It has a new, unique fingering-system discovered by British ethnomusicologist John Taylor in the early 1960's.