The theme song from the Legend of Zelda is legendary and timeless. Find out how you can play this beautiful song on your own.
Best parking sign ever. #OoT #Zelda #OcarinaofTime #SongbirdOcarina
Our instrument collection continues to grow with this newest addition: the Peep Shake! This cute shaker is made from ceramic, with copper pellets as the secret sauce to making the perfect swooshing and/or snapitty snap snap. With super thin, but hard bird “skin” for volume and timbre variability, it feels amazing in the hand. And you know what they say - A bird in the hand is better than two in the bush. Though we’re not sure how that applies to percussion instruments.
The Peep Shake will be available on our website later this April.
Fun fact: The modern ocarina was invented in 1853 by a 17 year old in Italy, who named it “ocarina” - meaning “little goose” in Italian :)
We’re very excited to once again bring you our annual Songbird Holiday Contest! To enter, all you have to do is post a video of you performing one of our eight holiday song arrangements to Youtube, send us your video, and you’ll be entered to win one of our new Black Opal ocarinas!
Click the ocarina type beside any of the titles below to download the music sheets:
Rules and Guidelines
- No Purchase necessary.
- This contest is open to everyone around the world.
- Participants must be subscribed to the Songbird Ocarina Youtube Channel to enter
- Participants must make a new video specifically for this contest using one of our eight arrangements listed above
- Embellishments/improvisation is allowed for each song, so long as the final rendition does not stray too from from our original arrangement
- Any brand of ocarina may be used for this contest
- Must use the tag “Songbird Ocarina” in tag section, and #SongbirdHolidayContest somewhere in the video description
- Participants may enter more than once, but only 1 prize will be awarded per person
- Three videos will be randomly selected to win one of our new Black Opal pendant ocarinas of their choice (valued between $30-50 and will be announced on January 6 via our Facebook page
- Entries must be submitted by posting videos on youtube and sending link(s) of your entry or entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
- All entries must be received by Dec. 31st 11:59pm Pacific
Sexy Sax Dragon of the Day: Spotted at Boomland in Charleston, Missouri.
Now this is art. (Collect ‘em all!)
If any dragon was to have ocarinas as teeth, it’d be this guy.