The "Kitchen Zinger" was made from an old shelf
stand that I used to keep my toys in. I took out
all the shelving units, which left ample space from
which to hang various kitchen items.
The items I used were a metal pitcher, a tin
measuring cup, and a tin sauce-bowl. I decorated
the "Kitchen Zinger" with colored plastic wrap, and
a few eating utensils.
First of all, "The Kitchen Zinger"
belongs to the idiophone music family, since
they are instruments that need to be struck.
Pitch-wise, the "Kitchen Zinger" has a wide
range from high to low. This is made possible
because of the three main parts of the
instrument: the pitcher, the tin measuring cup,
and the sauce-bowl. The pitcher produces the
lower pitch, the sauce-bowl produces the middle
ranged pitch and the tin measuring cup produces
the high pitch. This is due to their relative
size The pitch can change as well. This is made
possible through the addition or subtraction of
water, or any thin liquid for that matter. More
water will produce a lower pitch, while less
water will do the exact opposite by making the