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Poly-Oc 05.P3 4 Hole Ocarina

Poly-Oc 05.P3 4 Hole Ocarina

Product code: 05.P3
Price: £7.19 (GBP)
(£5.99 ex VAT)
A popular instrument with the younger musicians and schools, this 4-hole Ocarina is made from durable ABS resin and is fun and easy to learn and play. 
Availability: 50+ In stock
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Four Hole Ocarina from Poly-Oc

We think:

This Ocarina is great for school music groups. It is made from ABS resin so is extremely durable. A fun instrument that anyone can learn!


  • 4 holes
  • ABS resin
  • Alto D Ocarina
  • Supplied in Red or Blue
  • Designed for schools

Did You Know?

The ocarina is a very prehistoric flute-like wind instrument - It was more traditionally made from clay or ceramic materials however today the ocarina is most commonly made from plastic - it can also be made from wood, glass or metal. Some variations do exist but most commonly the ocarina is small hollow rounded instrument with a combination of finger holes (between 4 and 12) these holes are used to produce the different sounds and pitches.

The ocarina is believed to have dated as far back as over 12,000 years ago and belonged to a very historic family of instruments. Chinese cultures and even some parts of the Mesoamerican culture hold the ocarina to be a very important part of their culture. Both the Aztecs and Mayans created their very own versions of the ocarina and the Aztecs even brought the song and dance that accompanied the ocarina to Europe!

It became very popular in European society as a toy instrument because of how easy and simple it was to play for young children. Italy then went and transformed this simple-to-play toy ocarina into a more wide-ranging instrument known as the very first "classical" ocarina! The ocarina more recently featured in "The Legend of Zelda" series - Nintendo 64 video game after which a lot more interest and sales have been generated around this very cool wind instrument.
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