The Virtual Museum of Music Inventions Presents:

Trinity School

Columbus, Ohio

Conduit Chimes

by Brad, 5th Grade Trinity School, Columbus, Ohio


Conduit chimes are a percussion instrument made from conduit pipe, string, 14" of a 2x4 piece of wood and staples. Different lengths of pipe have separate tones. Striking the pipes with a mallet creates the tones.

This instrument is painted yellow and black, the colors of my favorite football team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Here is a song you can play on the Conduit Chimes:

Jingle Bells