Pianica (P-37E)

Alone or in Ensembles

The Pianica is fun to play solo, but ensembles allow even broader musical exploration and expression.

Laid-back Design

A refined combination of materials and colors gives the P-37E Pianica elegant visual and tactile appeal. The black or brown lower case features a textured surface that contrasts beautifully with the smoothness of the keys, making the instrument a pleasure to hold and play.

The timeless simplicity of the design is enhanced by the black extension pipe mouthpiece, creating a sophisticated mood overall. The extension pipe can be easily replaced if it becomes damaged or worn.

Mellow Tone

The most prominent characteristic of the P-37E Pianica is its rich, mellow tone. The player’s breath is easily and efficiently transformed into mellifluous sound that is beautifully balanced from the lowest to highest notes. The high range in particular is smooth and gentle.

The musical tone of the P-37E Pianica has been achieved through careful application of sound absorbing materials, breath flow control, a unique internal structure, and numerous other technical details. A plant-based “Ecodear” material is used for the instrument’s lower case, so that each note has a well-defined tonal core enveloped in rich, musical warmth.

Convenient Carrying Case

The P-37E Pianica comes with a dedicated soft case that provides easy portability. The length of the shoulder strap can be quickly adjusted for a variety of carrying styles.

Refined Playability

While the Pianica is easy to play, it also offers an extraordinary range of musical expression that is largely dependent on how the instrument is blown. Long tones, tonguing, and varying breath strength can all contribute to expression that enhances the music being played in a way that is only possible with the Pianica.

Taking Care of Your Pianica

Many people believe that the liquid that drips from a wind instrument like the Pianica is saliva, but that is not the case. It is mostly condensation of the moisture in the player’s breath. Accumulated water can be removed from the instrument by blowing into the mouthpiece while holding the water button. The mouthpiece and extension pipe can be washed with plain water. The interior and exterior of the instrument itself should not be washed with water or any other type of cleaning liquid.