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This is a very good ocarina. Well worth its money. The ocarina sounds great. The size is remarkably small for an Alto C, which is a good thing. Also its weight is really low. All in all, I highly recommend this ocarina, along with the Alto D and the Soprano G, which are excellent too.
As soon as I started to play the scale on the Pure Alto D, I knew I had a winner in my hands. The ocarina had a clear,and clean sound all the way up and down the scale. No weakness in the upper notes and a solid subhole note. The overall balance of the ocarina is good. It sits well in your hands with no danger or tipping when you lift off all your fingers to play high notes.
I liked this one, the green one, from the beginning! Its ergonomics are great and the fact that the design is actually made to ease some movements is impressive. The tone it's very light and Pure as I like to call it. The volume is not too loud for a soprano which is something I really appreciate. I highly recommend these ocarinas, this soprano G as well as the alto D model as I had the chance to try both.
This is a great ocarina which has a straightforward linear breath curve which makes it easy to play in tune. It is expertly designed with ergonomics in mind.
I have no criticism of this ocarina. From the moment I played it it was one of my favourite ocarinas I have ever played and I couldn't recommend them with more emphasis. These are perfect for beginners and professionals alike and I foresee more praise coming as Robert begins to sell more of these.