I like to put my Bowed Psaltery on top of my shoulder point straight up with my ear against the back, rotate my body position so that I expose the strings to any breeze or wind blowing by, pick a location on the side of a hill with a nice view and let the wind play my psaltery! Different winds produce resonances that can build in intensity and then fade into soft wispy swirling. If the breeze allows bring your psaltery down to were you can bow along. A word of caution, prolonged exposure to ocean salt air is very hard on nickle plated zither pins as well as strings and horse hair but the sound of the waves does add to the experience. Aeolian Wind Harps are one of the earliest recorded uses of single string monochords of which the Bowed Psaltery is direct descendant. Please hear and view many versions of Aeolian Harps on You Tube.