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Want to learn about Freenotes Outdoor Musical Instruments !

Freenotes Harmony Park  instruments have found homes in community gardens, school Playgrounds, private yards, urban centers, hospitals, playgrounds, museums, river trails and now Music Parks .

 

Ease of play and the interactive nature of Freenotes instruments are at the heart of their versatility. Musical knowledge or skill isn’t necessary in order to create beautiful sounds; the instruments are orchestrated to be forever pleasing to the ear; for both the players and those listening nearby.

Engaging Sculptural Designs


Designed with acoustic precision and perfect tone by a Grammy Award winning musician, Freenotes Harmony Park instruments are built to maintain pure and soothing tones through years of rigorous play and exposure to the elements of nature. Freenotes are perfect for musical beginners and experts alike.

The sculptural elegance and flowing lines are a fine addition to either a sophisticated landscape or urban outdoor setting. Our broad color palette offers options to awaken the senses with bright primaries, or neutrals that blend subtly into any environment.

They are working sculptures and true percussion instruments. Freenotes allure draws in children and adults alike, to play and to enjoy, creating a full sensory experience.

Kids, Music Parks, Playgrounds and Schoolyards

To inspire the love of music and joyful play among children, learn how Freenotes instruments not only add fun to a playground but also enhance the learning experience.

Appealing to All Ages and Abilities

 

Music Therapy works as a creative, flexible and sometimes spontaneous means of utilizing the appeal of music to help people of all ages and abilities. Music Therapy can positively affect children and adults alike. Through the medium of music many essential enabling and life skills can be learned
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“One of the best things about these instruments is that they provide all ages and abilities an opportunity to interact through spontaneous creative expression” -Jeannene Bragg, PACE Center’s Cultural Director.

 

Creating Music Parks worldwide.
With Freenotes, everyone can play.