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Innovative Orchestral Series OS7 Very Bright Rattan Glock Mallets

Model: INN-OS7

Availability: In Stock

$26.75 (Sold in Pairs)

The Innovative Percussion OS-7 Very Bright Glockenspiel Mallet is an extremely bright glockenspiel mallet for clear, articulate passages. This series of 7 Innovative Percussion orchestral xylophone and glockenspiel mallets has been design...
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Innovative Orchestral Series OS7 Very Bright Rattan Glock Mallets - Product Information

The Innovative Percussion OS-7 Very Bright Glockenspiel Mallet is an extremely bright glockenspiel mallet for clear, articulate passages.

This series of 7 Innovative Percussion orchestral xylophone and glockenspiel mallets has been designed in conjunction with Chris Deviney of the Philadelphia Orchestra with the orchestral player in mind. A colored piece of tape is also added to the shaft to distinguish each particular model.

Suggested Excerpts
Glazunov – "Violin Concerto"
Mozart – "Magic Flute"

Core: 7/8" Clear with Green tape
Length: 12 3/8"
Diameter: 1/4"

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Innovative 0S7 Mallets

Comments:

I bought these mallets for an arrangement of Carol of the Bells we are playing with our orchestra. They are perfect for the soft beginning!

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Maria

Rating:

5.00

Decent Bell Mallet

Comments:

This mallet's brightness could compare to that of a brass mallet, just without as much "ting" contact sound. They have a decent volume for a 7/8" mallet, but I still struggle to get the fff's I desire (such as that in Holst's "Jupiter"). The one thing that turned me off from these mallets upon receiving them was the length. I know its a glock mallet, but wow, these handles are SHORT (also very thin). I've since gotten used to them, but I still wish they were a touch longer. When your hands are at the bottom of the handles, it's about where you would have them for playing any 2-mallet stuff, but I prefer to have a longer handle and choke up on them. Overall, a decent mallet with a light cut to them. But if you REALLY wanted to cut through an orchestra/band, I'd go with the 1 1/8' model, or even a brass mallet. This one delivers more of an articulate blend with some presence rather than a sharp cut.

Date Posted:

Posted By:

Adam Kaleta

Rating:

4.00
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