Wine Glasses and Wine Glasses Music

simplyoj By simplyoj, 15th Oct 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Know abut the types of wine glasses and its uses to music.

Wine Glasses and Wine Glasses Music

Wine glasses varies for the types of wines. A good wine glass should be clear crystal, and stem should not be too long or short for proper handling.

Examples of wine glasses are :

Champagne flute

Bordeaux red wine glass

White wine glass

Sherry glass

Port glass

One of the finest maker of glassware is from an Austrian Wine Glass Company, Riedel. See various wine glasses, explore more information on wine colors, wine serving temperatures and watch video gallery from their website.

Wine Glasses Music

Wine glasses creates music through the rims filled with water, and the player’s fingers rubbed them to create notes. Way back 1741, a glass harp instrument or musical glasses which made of upright wine glasses was created by an Irishman Richard Pockrich, the first virtuoso of the instrument. This has been more popularized in the 18th century mostly in European countries, and up to the present several musicians are into wine glasses music.

Robert Tiso is an Italian glass harp musician with classical repertoire. Classical music lovers will definitely enjoy his glass harp videos.

"Hungarian Dance" No. 5 by Johannes Brahms

The Swan” from the Carnival of the Animals by Composer Camille Saint Saens


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author avatar Denise O
21st Nov 2011 (#)

I do not know when this all came about but, I have a huge love for anything glass. I have been priviledged to hear a concert full of glass musicians. It was really beautiful. Nice read. Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Sam Bralley
23rd Nov 2011 (#)

How beautiful. A delightful read...

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