Woodstock Chimes WAUT Autism Chime, Fine Tuned
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Give back! All Profits from this chime is donated to Autism organizations. Tuned to the opening notes of mozart’s piano concerto no. 21, This chime’s happy, calming song is made even more appealing because of the significant cause it supports, Autism Awareness. One aspect of Autism is hyper-sensitivity to sound. This musically-tuned chime is designed with a specially-sized clapper so its soothing tones play more gently in the wind. Music Therapists often use mozart’s music when working with people overcoming the challenges of Autism. Classical music, when used as part of integrated Learning Systems, has been shown to offer therapeutic breakthroughs for children. Our chime serves as a reminder of the hope that music Therapy continues to offer benefits for more & more individuals. Our inspiration for this chime came from uplifting stories shared by our customers. We were delighted to learn again & again Of children with autism that love our chimes & can identify which Woodstock Chime is ringing simply by hearing them play. Such talent makes us proud to create musically-tuned chimes that show off these children special gifts. The multi-colored puzzlepiece on this Chime's windcatcher has special significance. The interlocking, multi-colored puzzlepiece has become an international symbol for Autism. Its significance has become multi-faceted. For some It represents the mystery & complexity of different abilities seen among people with autism, for others It represents the mechanical nature of an autistic person’s thought process. Since every puzzlepiece is different in some way, a puzzlepiece symbolizes the diversity of the individuals affected. The bright colors are said to represent hope. It is a Vivid symbol of solidarity among those who promote & support Autism Awareness. Woodstock Chimes for Autism is part of the Woodstock charitable chimes program. 100% of the after-tax profits of the Woodstock Chimes for Autism will be donated to research & educational organizations focused on Autism. In 1979, grammy award-winning musician & instrument designer garry kvistad created the first Woodstock Chime from an aluminum lawn chair he found in a landfill. Fascinated by the scale of Olympos, a 7th century pentatonic scale that can't be played on a modern piano, Garry cut & tuned The lawn chair tubes to the exact frequency of the ancient scale. The resulting Chimes of Olympos was the first Woodstock Chime & is still one of our best selling, musically-tuned wind chimes. Garry & his wife Diane still develop the chimes today as part of their family-owned business in New York's Hudson Valley. Woodstock Chimes - the world's favorite windchime.
- Specially designed 25-inch long chime with wind catcher containing interlocking multi-colored puzzle design, an international symbol for autism
- 5 silver aluminum tubes, bright nickel-plated simulated cloisonné windcatcher
- Cherry finish ash wood top, specially-sized clapper plays more gently in the breeze to support those hyper-sensitive to sound
- Woodstock Chimes for Autism is a Woodstock Charitable Chime - 100% of the wholesale after-tax profits are donated to autism treatment and research
- Woodstock chimes are known around the world for their innovative design, superior quality, and beautiful sound