Designed with acoustic precision and perfect tone by Grammy Award winning musician Richard Cooke, Freenotes Harmony Park instruments are built to maintain pure and soothing tones through years of rigorous play and exposure to the elements of nature.
The sculptural elegance and flowing lines are a fine addition to either a sophisticated landscape or urban outdoor setting, and a broad colour palette from bright primaries to neutrals awakens the senses and blends into any environment.
One of many applications, Music Therapy works as a creative, flexible and sometimes spontaneous means of utilizing the appeal of music to help people of all ages and abilities. Music Therapy can positively affect children and adults alike. Through the medium of music many essential enabling and life skills can be learned. This feature from the Discovery Channel’s Innovations programme tells it all.
A Freenotes Harmony Park collection delivers engaging interactive art to complement a wide variety of outdoor settings. They are working sculptures and true percussion instruments. These instruments’ allure draws in children and adults, musical beginners and experts alike, to play and to enjoy – creating a full sensory experience.
Based on the pentatonic scale – it’s impossible to make harmonic mistakes, and these instruments never need re-tuning.
Playing music transcends all boundaries – and with Freenotes Harmony Park instruments, everyone can play.
On a smaller scale, Richard Cooke has also designed the Freenotes “Wings” instruments – lightweight harmonic instruments designed to enable anyone of any age or musical ability to unlock their innate creative potential. These instruments are imported by The Alchemy of Sound in Australia and can be purchased online.