You’ve probably seen people before messing around with bottles, producing sharp tunes that amaze any listener. It’s just fascinating when beautiful sounds are produced through non-musical objects.
The same idea goes for what is called the Singing Ringing Tree.
It’s located in Lancashire, England, resembling a tree.
It’s simply a human-made sculpture that can produce sounds when the wind blows through its structure.
It was completed back 2006, and it’s one of the four main sculptures done by East Lancashire Environmental Arts Network (ELEAN).
The project simply aims to erect landmarks in Lancashire to symbolize the renaissance of the city.
The sculpture was designed by Mike Tonkin, and its height is around three meters.
It’s comprised of galvanized steel pipes that make use of the wind to produce different sounds on various octaves.
One year later after its construction, the art-piece won an award from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
The project is still going on, and other sculptors should be built around many different places.
Bet you didn’t know that much about the Singing Tree, did you?
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