#Chessington Special Education Needs Garden – Project 1, Emperor Chimes

image3 copyChessington Community College, St. Phillips School and Ellingham Primary School are looking for companies to pick one of the recommended projects by the Special Educational Needs pupils and teachers to give the biggest benefit to three schools, maximising sensory impact.

Project 1:

With the largest standing over 2.5m in height, Emperor Chimes really are the daddy of all chimes, large in sound and size! As a full set of six that office a complete c-major pentatonic octave C3-C4. A set of three offers a primary c-major chord octave in C-Major C, E and G.

Striking the hime with your hands just about anywhere along the tube produces a deep, resonant, powerful tone that you can not only hear, but feel as well. The harder your strike, the more it will vibrate, creating a louder sound with such resonance you can actually feel the vibration through your entire body.

It is an amazing experience and you really do feel like you have been bathed in sound.

If you or your company are interested in helping with this worthwhile project please contact:

Tony Mills, Chair of the Governors, amills44@ccc.rbksch.org

Tracy Dale, Chair of the Chessington PTA, tdale11@ccc.rbksch.org


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