The Hang® Godo is a hand played percussion instrument. It does not only represent a percussive challenge, but also requires players with ears for melodic bass pulses. The pulses of the Helmholtz resonance are surprisingly strong and can be used in a variety of muscial styles.
The Hang® Gudu is a talking pot which requires nimble hands. This happily chattering vessel calls for soul-infused playing, which embeds it in the pulse of the Urgu or the Gubal. It also easily finds its place in many conventional instrumental ensembles. Mastery of the Hang® Gudu will make learning how to play the Gubal and Urgu easier.
The Hang® Urgu is an outwardly unassuming sound sculpture, whose treasures lie within. This harmonically tuned pot with an in-turned neck is an exacting instrument. It forms the Pang ensemble's bass foundation.
The Hang® Gubal allows the player to reinforce his own inner music. Opening up the potential of its musical possibilities (percussion, bass and harmony) requires musical talent, as exploration of new musical territory is what this instrument is all about. When joined by other instruments, it is important to ensure that they do not drown out the Gubal.
Hang® Bal playing is a dance. The player himself or herself becomes an instrument. Hang® Bal playing allows space for the individual based on a collective groove. Together, a free round dance arises. Whoever has music inside will find a place here.
The string instruments Pang® Sui, Pang® Sai and Pang® Sei are part of the Pang ensemble. This is the PANArt tuner team's orchestra. Those interested in the concept of peaceful interplay of strings and metal sound sculptures may visit us in Bern and join us in play after work.
On eBay and other sales platforms on the Internet second-hand Hanghang are offered at excessively high prices. These include instruments which are out of tune or those whose sound was strongly modified by other tuners. Sometimes instruments from other manufacturers are wrongly offered as "hang drums", which infringes our trade mark Hang®. Furthermore, you must be aware that those adverts are sometimes attempted frauds. In this context we also refer to our statement from January 2013.