Bamboo wind chimes offer the modern world a musical insight into the cultures (especially Asian) long ago. Webster’s Universal College Dictionary defines wind chimes as “An arrangement of small floating pieces of glass, metal or ceramic, hung loosely together so that the blade pleasant when the wind was blowing in the wind.” They were also called wind chimes. For over 5,000 years, man has had the cute reverberation of the wind-driven musical instruments
The most common type of wind chimes was the simple arrangement of resonating chips and chunks of available funds hanging from a support center that rattled when the wind blew them against each other. Another type of wind chimes was a collection of hanging objects on the main flap struck a tonal plate suspended from the valve when moved by the wind. The people of Bali, Indonesia, hung long bamboo wind chimes rejoice areas not only to charm the spirits who lived in the rice fields but to scare the birds and animals away.
In early carillon utilization of wind power increased religious experience and offered protection from evil and annoying spirits. In Feng Shiu bamboo wind chimes were considered to help people reduce stress, eliminate anger, calm the mind, relax the body, reduce muscle tension and achieve peace.