An extremely rare instrument with spooky sustains, crystalline percussion, and shifting, spherical chords.
A verrophone is an array of long glass tubes arranged chromatically. You play it with a special mallet, or by rubbing the end of the tubes with a wet finger, like you would with a wine glass.
The otherworldly, yet organic sound of Maenad is perfect for melodic lines, pads and chords, and rhythmic tuned percussion.
|01. Sustains||R:A2 - F5 | L:2 (p, mf) | RR: 2|
|02. Portato||R:A2 - F5 | L:2 (p, mf) | RR: 5|
|03. Staccato||R:A2 - F5 | L:2 (p, mf) | RR: 5|
|04. Plucked||R:A2 - F5 | L:2 (p, mf) | RR: 5|
|05.Plucked fingernail||R:A2 - F5 | L:2 (p, mf) | RR: 3|
|06. Plucked doubles||R:A2 - F5 | L:2 (p, mf) | RR: 3|
|07. Plucked FX||R:A2 - F5 | L:1 (mf)|
|08. Gestures HT||R:A2 - E5 | L:2 (p, mf)|
|09. Gestures WT|| R:A2 - E5 | L:2 (p, mf)
|10. Chords|| R: N/A. | L:1 (mf)
|11. FX|| R:C2 - A4 | L:1 (mf)