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Meinl Sonic Energy Wu Xing Gongs

Meinl

m-G28-WX-amz

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Gong Notes: G2 - G2#

The Meinl Wu Xing Gongs are handmade and crafted so that these symphonic style gongs will speak from a soft whisper to a deep roar.

The name Wu Xing refers to a Chinese concept that translates to a concept of five elements of life. It is not the same as the Western concept of four elements (fire, earth, water, air) but has more to do with processes, cycles and chi (energy). Wu Xing, or the Five Elements, is used in Chinese medicine, cosmology, feng shui, music, martial arts and now gong making.


Gong Notes: E2 - F2

The Meinl Wu Xing Gongs are handmade and crafted so that these symphonic style gongs will speak from a soft whisper to a deep roar.

The name Wu Xing refers to a Chinese concept that translates to a concept of five elements of life. It is not the same as the Western concept of four elements (fire, earth, water, air) but has more to do with processes, cycles and chi (energy). Wu Xing, or the Five Elements, is used in Chinese medicine, cosmology, feng shui, music, martial arts and now gong making.


Gong Notes: C2# - D2

The Meinl Wu Xing Gongs are handmade and crafted so that these symphonic style gongs will speak from a soft whisper to a deep roar.

The name Wu Xing refers to a Chinese concept that translates to a concept of five elements of life. It is not the same as the Western concept of four elements (fire, earth, water, air) but has more to do with processes, cycles and chi (energy). Wu Xing, or the Five Elements, is used in Chinese medicine, cosmology, feng shui, music, martial arts and now gong making.


Gong Notes: A1# - B1 (H1)

The Meinl Wu Xing Gongs are handmade and crafted so that these symphonic style gongs will speak from a soft whisper to a deep roar.

The name Wu Xing refers to a Chinese concept that translates to a concept of five elements of life. It is not the same as the Western concept of four elements (fire, earth, water, air) but has more to do with processes, cycles and chi (energy). Wu Xing, or the Five Elements, is used in Chinese medicine, cosmology, feng shui, music, martial arts and now gong making.


Gong Notes: G1 - G1#

The Meinl Wu Xing Gongs are handmade and crafted so that these symphonic style gongs will speak from a soft whisper to a deep roar.

The name Wu Xing refers to a Chinese concept that translates to a concept of five elements of life. It is not the same as the Western concept of four elements (fire, earth, water, air) but has more to do with processes, cycles and chi (energy). Wu Xing, or the Five Elements, is used in Chinese medicine, cosmology, feng shui, music, martial arts and now gong making.



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