This is the world’s largest ocarina. It is about 38 inches long (100 cm) and it weighs 28 pounds (13 kg), Inside the ocarina, it can hold 42 gallons (160 liters) of water. It is made out of clay. The lowest note on this ocarina is C2 (the C that is two octaves below the middle C.) It has a range of an octave.
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Here's a sound sample of this ocarina:
St. Louis Ocarina was established in 2005 to help revive interest in the art of ocarina playing. Our ocarinas have appeared with major symphony orchestras under the direction of such notable conductors as Pierre Boulez and Michael Tilson Thomas. Our ocarinas have been used in performances with the New World Symphony, the Atlanta Symphony, Chicago Symphony and most recently, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra in their holiday concerts. Not only do we strive to provide the highest quality instruments, we are also committed to helping each of you in your path to mastering the ocarina. Whether you are a seasoned professional or are picking up an ocarina for the first time, it is our goal to provide you with all you need to continue improving.