These wind chimes are tuned to the Aeolian mode, one of the most romantic modes of music heard during the English Tudor Renaissance of the 16th century. Many of the songs of those days madrigals, airs and ballads, as well as folk songs used a modal scale. This period was rich with music played by the minstrels in the street as well as the nobility in the Court even King Henry VIII was an accomplished composer. The Tudor Rose was the emblem adopted by the Tudor family and one is silk-screened on this chime's windcatcher. Let the wind be your troubadour and serenade you with the enchanting sounds of the Tudor Rose Chimes.