Grunspecht Rainbow Musical Sound Marble Tree - Large 72 cm
Every design aspect of the Grunspecht Marble Tree is intentional. The glass marbles; the type of wood used (Birch and Maple); the spacing between the petals; the number of petals; the length of the trunk; and even the plant based dyes; all contribute to the final melody.
The Klangbaum trademark that stands behind every Grunspecht Marble Tree is your guarantee that the Grunspecht Marble Tree adheres to the original design principles. Made in Germany using eco-harvested wood and non-toxic plant based dyes. CE Certified. Trademarked Klangbaum.
The Grunspecht Marble Tree comes with glass marbles. These contribute to the desired harmony and sound of the cascade and make up part of the original design and intention of the designer. Experimenting with different sized marbles and wooden balls will alter the sound with each producing a different melody.
Set the balls in motion one at a time or all together. As they wind down watch and listen as the tree sings with a beautiful melody. The effect of the rhythmical melody is harmonising and calming to the senses. The sounds are soothing and the movement of the marbles are mesmerising to watch. Children play for hours as they become immersed watching and listening to the harmonising effect of the sounds. Both therapeutic and fun. Children will love watch the marble gently down the tree, bringing each leaf to life with music.
Grunspecht Rainbow Musical Sound Marble Tree Large also fits the following marbles:
- Grimm's Small Rainbow Balls 12 pieces
- Grimm's Small Pastel Balls 12 pieces
- Grimm's Wooden Marbles 35 pieces
- Grapat Coloured Wooden Marbles
What's the difference between the Magic Wood and Grunspecht Marble Tree?
The last photo shows a comparison between the Magic Wood Marble Sounding Tree Large (left side) and the Grunspecht Rainbow Musical Marble Sound Tree Large.
WARNING: Not for Children under 3 years old. Choking hazard; small parts by design and potentially by misuse.
An overview of the different Marble and Ball Runs available can be found in our blog post The Ultimate Marble Run Play Guide.