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Antplat/Rauntplat; Russian instrument maker
Topic Started: 1 Apr 2011, 08:32 AM (1,419 Views)
crumpy
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very very crumpy
So it seems there are probably about 3-4 refernces to this guys ocarinas on this forum since genesis. So I thought I'd create a thread for him since I can't find one.

Here is his blog (called Antplat). use google translate or something if you can't make heads or tails of it.

And here is his YouTube Channel (called Rauntplat)

He makes many ancient style instruments but most interestingly "Classic Italian form" ocarinas and a double chamber harmonising ocarina which he calls the "temnolesskaya bagpipe" There are dozens of videos of them on both his blog and his Youtube channel.

Here is his latest video which prompted me to make this thread.

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And here is a video of him playing one of his single chambered Ocs (he starts 'growling' at 2.45!)

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I doubt anyone here has bought from him before but I certainly intend to at some point. I'll email him soon.

Anyway, thoughts? Info?

P.s. I know Russia is technically mostly in Asia, but most of the population are in Europe. And as I understand, those that are in Asia don't actually consider themselves asian.
Edited by crumpy, 1 Apr 2011, 08:39 AM.
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Jafafa Hots
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Old. Just really, really old. Also tired.
We were talking about these I think a year or so ago, but nobody could figure out how to order, or even if you can.
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crumpy
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On his blog, there is a link that google translates as "Workshop in touch". Click this link and it takes you to THIS PAGE.

On this page it explains that he does world wide delivery, gives you contact details and lists the instruments available by order, which includes...

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Ceramic:
- Ocarina, classical (all sizes and tonalities)
- Whistles
- Double Ocarina (temnolesskaya bagpipe)




Here are some pictures of the mentioned Ceramic whistles...
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Edited by crumpy, 2 Apr 2011, 08:28 AM.
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Jack Campin
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Opener of Catfood Tins

He says he's in Kazakhstan, not Russia.
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crumpy
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Where did he say that? His website says Novorossiysk Russia. And that is listed as his hometown on the You tube channel.

Have you spoken with him?
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Jhaemes
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wow

I've sent an email about possibly ordering a Double Ocarina and how much shipping to the UK would cost.

I'll keep you informed when I get a reply.

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Edited by Jhaemes, 2 Apr 2011, 08:20 PM.
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Dullahan
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Don't you just love soundwalking?

I'd be very interested in one of his single chambered Ocarinas, they sounds pretty good as far as I can tell from the video!! I'll send him an Email! :)
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crumpy
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I asked him a few questions and suggested he check out the forum and this thread.

He replied saying that he registered and will answer our questions soon. win.
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Philip
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KypSyd

Has anyone purchased an ocarina from them yet?

I would love to purchase one of their doubles but I would like to get some feedback from someone who has purchased one before making the leap as they are quite expensive ocarinas

They seem to have this ancient, soothing quality...
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