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Mesmerize your guests with this is a enchanting alternative for cocktail hour music.

In this video, Music Producer Yuki Koshimoto introduces us to the “Hang”, otherwise known as the Space Drum. The sound resembles that of a steel drum, but has a more soft and soothing spa-like sound. It is played by resting it on your lap, and using your hands and fingers, as opposed to the mallet, to key in the notes.

Yuki is from Japan and originally learned how to use the Space Drum in India in 2007. She has dedicated her life to mastering this instrument and can be seen here gracefully delivering this relaxing performance for us.

Here is Yuki’s FB Page

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The top (Ding) side of the Hang, depending on how it is played, can sound like a harp, bells, or harmonically tuned steelpans. The notes are laid out in a cross pattern in the ‘tone circle’ from low to high so that with a specific orientation of the Hang, the player can ascend or descend the ‘scale’ by alternating using the left and right hands to strike the ‘tone fields’.

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Mesmerize your guests with this is a enchanting alternative for cocktail hour music. In this video, Music Producer Yuki Koshimoto introduces us to the 'Hang', otherwise known as the Space Drum. The sound resembles that of a steel drum, but has a more soft and soothing spa-like sound. It is played by...
Mesmerize your guests with this is a enchanting alternative for <a href="/wedding-cocktail-hour" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">cocktail hour</a> music. In this video, Music Producer Yuki Koshimoto introduces us to the "Hang", otherwise known as the Space Drum. The sound resembles that of a steel drum, but has a more soft and soothing spa-like sound. It is played by resting it on your lap, and using your hands and fingers, as opposed to the mallet, to key in the notes. Yuki is from Japan and originally learned how to use the Space Drum in India in 2007. She has dedicated her life to mastering this instrument and can be seen here gracefully delivering this relaxing performance for us. Here is <a href="https://www.facebook.com/yukikoshimoto.official" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Yuki's FB Page</a> <iframe src="//www.youtube.com/embed/747hJQNJpeg" height="315" width="560" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0"></iframe> More info: According to <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spacedrum" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Wiki</a> <blockquote>The top (Ding) side of the Hang, depending on how it is played, can sound like a harp, bells, or harmonically tuned steelpans. The notes are laid out in a cross pattern in the ‘tone circle’ from low to high so that with a specific orientation of the Hang, the player can ascend or descend the ‘scale’ by alternating using the left and right hands to strike the ‘tone fields’.</blockquote>
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