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The Dragon’s Song

The Dragon’s Song is inspired by the medieval fantasy world where dragons hold a primal place. Created in North America, where winter is a way of life, this dragon does not breathe fire, but rather ice. The sound produced by this instrument magically echoes, reminiscent of a cold winter night in Quebec where the full moon shines.


Technical Description

Tow octaves glass cristallophone
Technique: cast glass, laminated and carved oak wood, weaved sinew
Materials: glass, oak and amaranth wood, amethyst, copper wire
Dimensions: length: 42 in. / 106.8 cm · width: 17 in. / 43.2 cm · height: 27 in. / 67.6 cm
Year of production: 2008

This piece is tuned in a pentatonic Indo-Java and Bali key called “pelog”. It is one of the two keys used in traditional Indonesian ensembles. I chose this mode because it allows a harmonious play, regardless of the skill of the player.

Price: $ 15,000

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