The Zenko steel tongue drums allow a very intuitive and accessible musical game to many people. Its harmonized scales make it easy to play even for those who don’t know music.
This multimedia section presents diffrents types of Zenko’s videos. As an introduction you will discover two tutorials explaining the positions and playing techniques of Zenko. Then some videos illustrating various uses in various musical contexts.
Many artists, musicians, educators and art therapists are regularly pleased to unveil new possibilities with the Zenko. Feel free to visit this page to discover the new videos and sounds publications on the Zenko universe or visit our You Tube channel to see all videos dedicated to Zenko.
NOTA : To really enjoy these videos and sounds samples, headphones are highly recommanded.
Zenko playing positions by Conny Sommer
Zenko striking techniques by Conny Sommer
Zenko Ionien by Balaphang
Zenko Ionien Demonstration by Kalani (Worl Drum Club)
Zenko Pygmy by Kabeção Carlos Rodrigues
Zenko Pygmy by Balaphang
Zenko Equinox by Conny Sommer
Zenko Equinox by M.Lampugnani
Zenko Akebono by M.Lampugnani and P.Sebastiani
Zenko Celtic Mineur by Conny Sommer
Zenko Penta C by M.Lampugnani and P.Sebastiani
Zenko Combo by Conny Sommer
Performed and recorded by:
Maurizio Lampugnani and Poldo Sebastiani (Follow Maurizio Lampugnani on Facebook).
Balaphang (Follow Balaphang on Facebook).
Kalani (Follow Kalani on Youtube).
Kabeção Carlos Rodrigues (Follow Kabeção on Youtube).
MULTIMEDIA : SOUNDS (IMPROVISATIONS)
Zenko Ionian (hands)
Zenko Penta C (mallets)
Zenko Akebono (hands)
Zenko Equinox (mallets)
Zenko Solstice (mallets)
Zenko Pygmy (mallets)
Zenko Omega (hands)
Performed and recorded by Marc Guilliou (Team Metal Sounds) with a ZOOM H4 and no special effects.