This wind chime is tuned to the joyful tones of the alphorn melody from the finale of Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No 1 in C minor.
The German-born Brahms spent 15 years writing this piece, which he completed in 1876. A land of rolling hills, pine forests, charming alpine villages and sparkling lakes, Bavaria lies at the heart of Europe. Here, the Germans brew a rich, creamy-tasting beer called Weizenbier, or wheat beer.
This chime was designed with a removable windcatcher that can
be engraved or silk-screened.