Play a Musical Instrument in 10 Minutes – And Sound Good!

If you’ve ever wanted to play a musical instrument but didn’t have the Time, Patience and/or Money to spend on years on Expensive Music Lessons, Learning How to Read Music, Hours and Hours of tedious practice…then Keep Reading.

A New Musical Instrument has been discovered…This Magical Musical Instrument is so Easy To Play, Anyone can be Making Beautiful Music within 10 minutes! Anyone can create a beautiful, original song with chords that harmonize within 10 minutes of picking this musical instrument up for the very 1st Time!

Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? Well, because of what Dr. Hugh Tracey has developed, It is now a Dream come True! Dr Hugh Tracey is the man who invented the Kalimba. The Kalimba is a musical instrument with its origins in South Africa. Hugh Tracey was an Englishman from Devonshire, England. So how does an Englishman invent a musical instrument from South Africa? In his youth, rather than go on to Cambridge or Oxford for an education, Hugh Tracey decided to ship off to South Africa in the 1920’s to seek his fortune on a family member’s tobacco farm in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe).

Hugh became fascinated by the local music culture and was particularly fascinated by a family of instruments known as Mbira – (ehm-BEE-rah). Mbira, also known as ‘Thumb-Piano’ has its origins in Zimbabwe. Of the different instruments in the mbira family, The most sacred and revered instrument is the: Mbira dza Vadzimu – pronounced (ehm-BEE-rah-zah-vahd-ZEE-moo) …Mbira of the Ancestral Spirits

Hugh Tracey modified and re-engineered the Mbira. His brilliant re-engineering of the mbira in the 1960’s became a “New” African Musical Instrument…. “Kalimba”. Although it has become part of our vernacular, the word “Kalimba(TM)” is actually a registered trademark name (Patent Nos. 22,565, 60/3777, 900,796, 68/7040).

Due to the unique configuration of the Hugh Tracey “Kalimba” Any 2 adjacent notes make a melodic sounding chord. The chords are harmonized and blend well together. Anyone can Start Sounding Good Right Away!

A Kalimba doesn’t have those discordant chord patterns on adjacent notes that ALL the other instruments have. It always makes adjacent note chords that are harmonized. That means that any 2 adjacent-note combination will sound good with only 1 exception – the bottom note… But … Just pluck the bottom note by itself and it sounds G-R-E-A-T and harmonizes with every 2-note chord. As a matter of fact, if you swipe your thumb across any adjacent 2, 3, 4 or more note combination, it creates pleasing, pretty sounding chords that harmonize together.

No other instrument has this unique configuration. now anyone can play a musical instrument and make beautiful music right from the very start. A Beginner Can Start Making Beautiful Sounding Tones Right Away… – Just By Plucking Any 2 Adjacent Notes with one’s thumbnails- Just keep any kind of rhythm and Finish off your composition by plucking the root note (either the top right or bottom note).

In less than 10 minutes you can created your first piece of music on the Kalimba… And It Sounds Good Right Away! No sour dissonant notes. The notes harmonize and make pretty sounding chords. Now Anyone Can Make Beautiful Music Right Away.



Source by Carl Willoughby