The ocarina is an ancient flute-like wind instrument. It is often ceramic, but other materials may also be used, such as plastic, wood, clay and others.
Variations do exist, but a typical ocarina is an enclosed space with four to twelve finger holes and a mouthpiece that projects from the body. The ocarina, unlike other vessel flutes, has the unusual quality of not relying on the pipe length to produce a particular tone. Instead the tone is dependent on the ratio of the total surface area of opened holes to the total cubic volume enclosed by the instrument.
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Angel Plastic Soprano Ocarina
Ocarina made of ABS plastic. Good value for money. A good choice if you want an ocarina resistant.
Fabio Menaglio Ocarina G 2
Chromatic (G5-C7) - 10 holes - 6,10 x 1,70 inch. With a cardboard box and the fingering chart in 4 languages.
Fabio Menaglio Ocarina Soprano C3
Chromatic (C5-F6) - 10 holse - 6,9 x 3,3 inch. With a cardboard box and the fingering chart in 4 languages.
Fabio Menaglio Ocarina Alto G 4
Chromatic (G4-C6) - 10 holes - 7,5 x 3,90 inch. With a cardboard box and the fingering chart in 4 languages.