Featured

Maltcev khomus

Maltcev khomus

Melodious khomus by Mihail Maltcev is considered one of the highest quality. Mihail Maltcev inheri..

250.00€ 265.00€ Ex Tax: 250.00€

Hayk Galstyan's duduk in A

Hayk Galstyan's duduk in A

The duduk is of very good quality it's traditionally made of peach tree, it sounds soft and deep. Su..

310.00€ Ex Tax: 310.00€

"Inoy" steel tongue drum 27 cm 10 tongues white

"Inoy" steel tongue drum 27 cm 10 tongues white

Stylish and light, this steel hand drum has crystal clear sound with nice sustain, can be played wit..

280.00€ Ex Tax: 280.00€

Shamanic drum 50 cm (by Makarov A)

Shamanic drum 50 cm (by Makarov A)

50-60 cm diameters are "classic" means they are not yet too big and heavy while having tremendous de..

300.00€ Ex Tax: 300.00€

Altai jaw harp by Pavel Potkin

Altai jaw harp by Pavel Potkin

Altai khomus by Pavel Potkin - bright, simple, loud enough, reliable and versatile.If you want to ..

13.00€ Ex Tax: 13.00€

Low whistle D aluminum Nightingale

Low whistle D aluminum Nightingale

Low whistle in D tuning from A. Karavaev's workshop, the sound is solid, deep and bright, easy to co..

80.00€ Ex Tax: 80.00€

"Magnum" jaw harp by Dmitry Glazyrin

"Magnum" jaw harp by Dmitry Glazyrin

One of the biggest jaw harps by Glazyrin, it has rather tough reed for its size which allows playi..

80.00€ Ex Tax: 80.00€

Blog

Jew's harp history.

Jew's harp history.

Jew’s harp is one of the most ancient musical instruments. Jew’s harp in its different modifications can be found in many ancient cultures around the world, and is known by many different names (khomus, vargan. dan moi, jaw harp, jew's harp, mouth harp, etc).

15 most often mistakes when playing the jaw harp. (Part 1)

15 most often mistakes when playing the jaw harp. (Part 1)

Most common mistakes and how to fix them

15 most often mistakes when playing the jaw harp. (Part 2)

15 most often mistakes when playing the jaw harp. (Part 2)

Most common mistakes and how to fix them part 2

5 core levels of playing a jaw harp

5 core levels of playing a jaw harp

Beat, lips, tongue, throat and breath- five levels that one needs to master in order to master a jaw harp.

Blog Post: "Ask Me Anything! Answering Your Questions!"

Blog Post: "Ask Me Anything! Answering Your Questions!"

Welcome to our blog series "Ask Me Anything! Answering Your Questions!" In this segment, we address your inquiries about the jaw harp and provide insightful responses to deepen your understanding and appreciation for this unique instrument. Today, we delve into a thought-provoking question about the jaw harp's role as an instrument of the soul and the possibilities it offers for musical expression. Join us as we explore the essence of the jaw harp and its diverse playing techniques.
Correct Body Positioning for Playing the Jaw Harp

Correct Body Positioning for Playing the Jaw Harp

Your body's spatial position significantly impacts the quality of sound produced while playing the jaw harp. Adhering to specific principles enables faster mastery development. Maintaining proper posture allows for free, effortless, and fluid movements.