The rims of wine glasses filled with water are rubbed by the player's fingers to
create the notes. ... A glass harp (also called musical glasses, singing glasses,
angelic organ, verrilion or gho...
Aug 11, 2014 ... They were amazed to hear the range of notes they could produce just by tapping
glasses with a spoon! ... Make a Musical Water Glass Scale.
You tune the glass to find out how much liquid it needs for a given note, then etch
... and you went to a nice restaurant and they served you water in a wineglass?
I learned how to make music using a glass (not crystal but crystal is ... First you
will need a glass, water, and a finger(please don't cut you finger off to use it).
Mar 22, 2013 ... Just fill water glasses with different amounts of water to make music! ... Keep
adding a tablespoon at a time until you can distinguish the notes.
Have you ever tried making music with glasses or bottles filled with water? I bet
you favourite band hasn't. Experiment with your own special sounds by turning ...
Each glass should sound like a note on the music scale (do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti,
do). You may need to tune your music scale (add or remove water with teaspoon)
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Feb 9, 2014 ... Learn how to make different notes or pitches of music/sound with varied amount
of water in tall glasses.
Making music with water glasses is a fairly easy process and does not involved a
lot of ... Fill the first glass 1/16 full of water to make the highest note in the scale.
Apr 29, 2006 ... Wet your finger, then gently rub it around the rim of the glass - don't ... If you add
water you should find that the pitch of the note goes down.