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2695 Tiny Antique Thadobati Singing Bowl with fluttering primary tone

Tiny bright Thadobati with thin rim and hammermarks. The high strike tone blends with overtones but stays the strongest throughout the sustain. Pretty good longevity. You have two ways to play the rim, either use a heavy ringing stick and lean into the bowl for the primary tone or a wand and feather it for the overtone (recording 2). Better volume with the wand. With overtones at G#6, F#7, C#8, D#6.

Widest Diameter: 3 3/4 inHeight: 1 3/4 in
Weight: 0.6 lbs = 273 grams
Size: Tiny
Overall Thickness: Thin
Bowl Type: Thadobati
Artwork and etching state of preservation -  Exterior: None  Interior: Sharp
Musical Note: D# 5, High OctaveApprox Frequency: 611 Hz
Bowl Number: 2695

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