A musical instrument played by striking a row of wooden bars of graduated length with one or more small wooden or plastic mallets
marimba: a percussion instrument with wooden bars tuned to produce a chromatic scale and with resonators; played with small mallets
(xylophonist) someone who plays a xylophone
The xylophone (from the Greek words ξύλον - xylon, "wood" + φωνή - phone, "voice", meaning "wooden sound") is a musical instrument in the percussion family which probably originated independently in Africa and Asia. ...
a musical instrument made of wooden slats graduated so as to make the sounds of the scale when struck with a small drumstick-like hammer
(Xylophones) Instruments played by angels when their harps are in for repair.
Percussion instrument consisting of a series of graduated wooden bars that are struck with mallets to produce sound. Xylophones originated in South East Asia, and later became very prominent in African music. ...
originally modelled after an African instrument which was given a name Greek that means wood sound. Dagara is the tribe of people living in northwestern Ghana whose use of xylophone in music and dances range from spiritual, religious ritual and traditional funeral music to their recreational ...
The only thing used in bands that starts with the letter "X".
An musical instrument that does not appear in Lakia
is a xylophone-based Tiki who is a member of the Tiki Tak Tribe. He hypnotized Thugly to fight Donkey Kong only for him to defeat Thugly and send Xylophone flying. He can later be seen with all the other Tikis during the final boss battle where they help Tiki Tong by turning into hands for him.
has wooden bars that are arranged like the keys on a piano and tubes under the bars that resonate the sound. It is struck with mallets.
we couldn’t think of anything else…
Because X is always for Xylophone.
good word to know for spelling bees.
Wooden Percussion: Cy L'Phone ^A
"Nah!! Yer making it up, innit.
don't play one while driving
A musical instrument made from a set of bars or tubes of different lengths. (TG)