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Questions tagged [ocarina]

The ocarina is a wind musical instrument, a type of vessel flute. Variations exist, but a typical ocarina has four to twelve finger holes and a mouthpiece that projects from the body. It is traditionally made from clay or ceramic, but other materials are also used e.g. wood, glass, metal or bone.

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Proper way to hold 3 chamber ocarina?

I've picked up the multi-chamber ocarina, after playing tenor recorder for years. I have a 'regular' triple alto A ocarina. My question is, what's the proper way to hold the thing so that I can ...
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What should a beginner be aware of when choosing a Xun?

I want to buy a Xun (an ancient flute from China). From what I have read, they are made of clay or ceramic. Image below from Wikipedia: What is the difference between the two? Should that be a ...
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having trouble reading some sheet music

To begin with, I play an ocarina. Not many of the songs I am interested in have tabs, so I find music sheets and try to remember everything I learned in the piano class I took some years ago. Now I ...
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Question about “The Place I'll Return to Someday” music sheet

There is a song I want to play with my 12 holes ocarina: "The Place I Will Return to Someday" (also known as "A Place to Call Home"). These are the music sheets: Music sheet part 1 Music sheet part 2 ...