What is an instrument similar to the xylophone?
the bells (not like little bells that you ring...it has a bunch of keys layed out like the xylophone does)
A Glockenspiel is a small instrument similar to a Xylophone.
The xylophone is a percussion instrument with bars made of wood. It is similar to the marimba and the glockenspiel (bells).
The gamelan is a large instrument that is similar to a xylophone. It is traditional instrument found in Bali or Java.
Xylophone, Marimba, Glockenspiel. Depends on what you're thinking about
The national instrument is the marimba (which is similar to a xylophone) and is usually accompanied by guitars, maracas, and traditional zulus (flutes)
The xylophone is an instrument which belongs to the percussion instrument.
No, it is a percussion instrument
a xylophone is not an insect, its a instrument
The xylophone is a percussion instrument
Marimba: This is a percussion instrument that is a lot like a xylophone. It's of African origin and is slightly mellower than the xylophone.Marimba: This is a percussion instrument that is a lot like a xylophone. It's of African origin and is slightly mellower than the xylophone.
A xylophone is a tuned percussion instrument.
"The earliest evidence of a xylophone is from the 9th Century in southeast Asia according to the Vienna Symphonic Library, and there is a model of a similar hanging wood instrument, dated to ca. 2000 BC in China."
It's a purcussion instrument.
a xylophone is an instrument that is used to make a chiming-like sound.
The musical instrument is a xylophone (percussion instrument).
A vibraphone is a percussion musical instrument that has a double row of metal bars that are tuned. It is similar to the shape of a xylophone. It is also called vibes or vibraharp.
No, It is a musical instrument.
xylophone well the only thing i can think of is xylophone. haha!
The xylophone is a percussion instrument made of steel. The number of bars can vary based on how many octaves the particular xylophone has.
The instrument that is least common in bluegrass, folk and country music is the xylophone. The xylophone is a rare instrument on most of the music that is home to the Ozarks and most of the USA.
No, xylophone is a noun, a musical instrument. There is no actual adjective of the form xylophonic. The noun may be used as an adjunct (e.g. xylophone bars).
it is a gong or xylophone.
it is in the percussion family
Some instruments similar to the vibraphone are the xylophone and the marimba (wooden), the glockenspiel/Bells (metal) and the piano. All are keyboard instruments, and with the exception of the piano, are played by striking the keys with mallets.
The Xylophone a percussion instrument that has different bars that you hit with mallets
During the 1900s through the 1920s,the xylophone was a very common instrument in Amarican pop music.
A xylophone is an idiophone, meaning the sound comes from a mallet striking the instrument's pitched bars. It's more commonly known as just being a percussion instrument.
The word is xylophone, a musical instrument.
A musical instrument beginning with the letter x would be the xylophone.
The earliest forms of the Xylophone are believed to have originated in both the African and Asian continents, completely independently.
That's a Xylophone! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xylophone
A xylophone is a type of percussion instrument made of hardwood or metal bars that are tuned to specific notes.
woodwind please disregard the above answer, it is a type of percussion instrument.
There are many variants to and alternate names to the xylophone type instrument. These names include the marimba and lithopone, for example.
the xylophone was invented by Gusikov in 1830
They are classed as percussion instruments.
They are in the percussion family of instruments.
The correct spelling of the musical instrument is xylophone.
The word is spelled xylophone. It is a musical instrument.
A glockenspiel is played upright. The player faces the instrument. It can be carried by a band member in a belt holder as he marches around. A xylophone lies flat. The player stands alongside the instrument.
The xylophone was first used in the 14th century in Southeast Asia. it is a wooden instrument played by two wooden malets!
Mallet instruments? As in xylophone, marimba, vibraphone, bells, chimes