Glass instruments are often tuned by being filled with water and played by rubbing wet fingers around the rims.
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Biography, recordings, and a curriculum guide for school performances by the glass harpist.
Profiles of Martin Hilmer and Beate Fürbache, their performance programs, historical development of glass music, and descriptions and photographs of musical glasses, the euphone, and the verrophone. [English/German/Japanese]
Musician Lynn Drye's information on history, the glass armonica, musical bowls, glass harp, glass xylophone, as well as her profile, performances, and recordings.
Article by a concert glass harpist and street entertainer.
Psyche Van Het Folk: Glass Instruments
Explanations, by Thomas Bloch, of the differences between the seraphim, glass harp, verillon, glass armonica, and glass harmonica.
The World of Glass Music
Profile of glass musician Clemens Hofinger, reviews, upcoming performances, and audio samples. Also includes history, photographs and descriptions of the armonica, glass harp, and verrophone. [English/German]
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