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|Ocarinadiva||6 Dec 2012, 08:11 AM|
Play what makes you happy. - Achint
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A lot of people enjoy the act of shopping for an ocarina. They read reviews, compare sound samples, look at photos, and contact current and previous owners, but some people don't like to do that and instead prefer to have their choices narrowed down a bit. This guide is written for those people. While many of the ocarinas listed here will be beginner friendly, all of the recommendations below are great ocarinas that could round out any collection.
Before I get into the specifics of which ocarinas I recommend, I think it is important to tell you a little about me. I am an ocarina performer, teacher, and designer. I have a very large collection of ocarinas and have extensive experience with all of the ocarinas you'll be reading about. It is also important for me to reveal facts that some may see as potential conflicts of interest :
12 Hole Ocarinas
Double and Triples
Sets of ocarinas
Edited by Ocarinadiva, 6 Dec 2012, 08:32 AM.
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