Ear-igami is a fascinating musical tribute to the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. Instead of a bow, each performer uses a piece of paper to make sounds and "play" their instrument. Your audience will be entranced as they watch and hear the variety of effects possible in this charming set of pentatonic variations. Premiered by the composer's middle school orchestra, this music is sure to intrigue high school and adult musicians as well. Nothing like it! This title is available in SmartMusic.