Aluphone Handbells are handheld bells with a beautiful wooden handle. They can be used in Bell Choirs, where each member of the chorus operates one or more handheld tones. They can also add a new sound to marching bands.

The Aluphone Handbells do not have a clapper inside to strike the bell, you can play them by holding them the handle in one hand and play with a mallet in the other hand. Other technique is malleting bells (on the table or suspended).

The natural overtones of the bells are not tuned.

Hand Bells

without clappers

Price for one bell

C4-B4: € 83, Incl VAT € 104

C5-B5: € 74, Incl VAT € 93

C6-B6: € 66 Incl VAT € 83

C7-C8: € 78, Incl VAT € 97

Complete 3 oct., 37 bells C4-C7: Excl. VAT €2.249, Incl VAT 2.811

Please write an email with your enquiery to info@aluphone.com. We calculate the shipping and send you an invoice.

Prices for customers outside the EU is the one called Excl. VAT

 

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Aluphone Handbells are handheld bells with a beautiful wooden handle.

Kids using the Aluphone Concert as suspended hand bells

To get the best sound quality, from the samples below, please use head phones or loudspeakers.

Aluphone bells are also being used for Sound Bath & Sound Therapy

The natural overtones of the bells are not tuned.

Aluphones can also be ordered with a special tuning such as the 432 frequency, believed to increase the mental clarity of a person and unlocks intuition.

What Is a Sound Bath?

In general, a sound bath is a meditative experience where those in attendance are “bathed” in sound waves. These waves are produced by various sources, including healing instruments such as gongs, singing bowls, percussion, chimes, rattles, tuning forks, and even the human voice itself.

The music doesn’t have a catchy melody or rhythm like you’d experience at a rock concert or symphony, but instead is a carefully selected wash of instrument and voice with notable resonance and overtones.

The general intention of a sound bath is to create a state of harmony in the listener by using sound to clear discordance from the participants’ energy fields. Among the benefits are relaxation, an increased sense of wellbeing, expanded awareness, and access to inner visionary experience.

What is Sound Therapy?

Sound Therapy uses sound, music and specialist instruments played in therapeutic ways, combined with deep self-reflection techniques to improve health and wellbeing.

The therapeutic sound techniques are delivered using tonal and rhythmic instruments and voice. The tonal instruments used are Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, gongs and tuning forks. The vocal techniques are toning, overtoning or mantra.  A therapeutic rhythm treatment/session is given using frame drum and therapeutic percussion comprises rainsticks, shakers, chimes and other percussion tools delivered in a specific order to maximise the therapeutic process.