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Wind Chimes

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Isabella F

on 20 February 2013

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Transcript of Wind Chimes

Tibet Traditional Tibetan wind chimes are made from bronze and coloured plastic. The Tibetan people use their wind chimes as Prayer Bells. The tops of the wind chime are cones and the brightly coloured catchers are hanging below from the cones. Greece These Greek wind chimes are made from aluminium alloy and Bubinga wood accents. The Greeks use their wind chimes as decorations. The features of this chime are the hand tuned chimes and the engraved music notes on the wind chime. Korea Traditional Korean are from copper or bronze. The wind chimes are used in temples and are sold to raise funds. The key features of a Korean wind chime is the fish hanging from the bell. Fish never stop moving, this is the characteristic Buddhists associate with their constant struggle to reach Nirvana. Japan Traditional Japanese wind chimes are made from glass. The Japanese use wind chimes to bring good fortune to the owner. The key feature in this photo is the glass wind chime which has been decorated with paint of different colours. China Traditional Chinese wind chimes are made from bamboo, ceramic or metal. The Chinese their wind chimes to predict ones fortune by the sound of the bell or the direction of the wind. The key features of this wind chime are the four dragons heads which dangle a bell from each. India Traditional Indian wind chimes are made from terracotta. The Indians use their wind chimes as decorations. The key features of this wind chime are the many bells hanging down in a sort of spiral and the beads placed on the string to decorate it. Wind Chimes Of The World The End Parts Of A Wind Chime <--- Cap- Used for hanging everything off. <--- Striker- Used to make noise when tubes hit it. <--- Tubes- The part that makes the noise. Wind Sail-The part that helps to capture the wind --->
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