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Xylophone

A xylophone from a symphony orchestra. A xylophone is a set of tuned wooden bars, which are played by being beaten with sticks. The bars normally rest in a frame and are arranged in the order of their pitch.

Drawing of xylophone (image)

Line drawing of xylophone and mallets (hammers).
(Artist: Pearson Scott Foresman.)





Xylophone, Cameroons (image)

Xylophones, Cameroons, circa 1914.
(Photo: pjt56.)


Philippine xylophone (image)

This is the Philippine xylophone (or kulintang a kayo as it is called in the Filipino language). It has eight tuned slabs arranged horizontally on top of a wooden rack (antangan).
(Photo: Philip Dominguez Mercurio.)





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