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Have you ever wondered what the inside of soprano and alto Sonor Primary Xylophones look like? Education Consultant Judy Pine shares a look in this video.

These Sonor Primary Xylophone models are Judy’s pride and joy in her office! The cut-aways showcase the development work that goes into creating the most resonate sound possible for every pitch and register of the instrument. It’s the “science of the sound!”

The Primary series is a medium-priced, medium-quality line from Sonor. It is the very first certified, environmentally-friendly Orff instrument line on the market! The instruments are constructed from Pao Rosa, which is an African Rosewood. Primary’s bars have both note names and notation symbols centered on each bar. Also, the instrument includes note names inside the box to help students put the bars back in the correct place.

 Soprano Xylophone

Sonor Primary SXP 1-1 Soprano Xylophone 

  • Diatonic, c2-a3
  • F# and Bb bars, 16 bars
  • Includes 1 pair of SCH 11 mallets

Sonor Primary SXP 2-1 Soprano Xylophone Chromatic Add- On

  • Second-row resonator box with only C#, D#, and G# bars, 7 bars

Alto Xylophone

Sonor Primary AXP 1-1 Alto Xylophone

  • Diatonic, c1-a2
  • F# and Bb bars, 16 bars
  • Includes 1 pair of SCH 23 mallets

Sonor Primary AXP 2-1 Alto Xylophone Chromatic Add- On

  • Second-row resonator box with only C#, D#, and G# bars, 7 bars

Bass Xylophone

Sonor Primary GBXP 1-1 Deep Bass Xylophone

  • Diatonic, c1-a2
  • F# and Bb bars, 16 bars
  • Includes 1 pair of SCH 25 mallets

Sonor Primary GBXP 2-1 Deep Bass Xylophone Chromatic Add- On

  • Second-row resonator box with only C#, D#, and G# bars, 7 bars

We are always here to help! If you have any questions, please reach out to us at service@westmusic.com for all of your Orff instrument needs.

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