Windchimes ( Music Of The Spheres )

Windchimes ( Music Of The Spheres )

Music of the Spheres Windchimes in assorted sizes and tones.


Our humble beginnings:  August, 1989, in the gifted mind of classically trained musician Larry Roark.  Larry had a new girlfriend, Sara Neal Eskew, whom he had met at the premier craft show in Austin, TX, where he was selling his art photography.   She had a pretty good large windchime made by another local craftsperson.    Realizing the maker of Sara’s chime was no longer in town and thus a hole existed in the local market, Larry decided to supplement his income from his various artistic and musical endeavors with windchimes.   With only a few hand tools, some electrical conduit, an electronic guitar tuner and the sure knowledge that a windchime could be tuned to symphonic-quality accuracy, Larry went into his garage and created a new musical instrument.  His prototype had a croquet ball-looking clapper.  When he showed the chime to Sara, she joking said he could call his new product “Music of the Spheres”.  Loving the idea, Larry began marketing “Music of the Spheres” chimes immediately at Austin’s Renaissance Market and Texas Renaissance Festival near Houston alongside his photography.


"World peace, one backyard at a time"

Larry Roark, founder