it was invented because people wanted to make an instrument that they could use to make a high pitched bell sound by banging 2 sticks or bones on metal or wood pipes!
The xylophone showed up around in the 14th century.
xylophone: the Greeks invented the xylophone.
the xylophone was invented by Gusikov in 1830
The xylophone was invented separately in both Africa and Asia. The first recorded xylophone was from Southeast Asia in the 9th century.
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The xylophone is said to have originated in Asia, but some people also think Africa developed one near the same time. The Asian xylophone is over 4 thousand years old.
xylophone because Christians invented it I hope that this info helps you!
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antonym of xylophone
A xylophone is a musical insrtument.
Xylophone is the correct spelling.
Xylophone is how you spell xylophone
A xylophone helps you make music.
There are 83 Keys on a Xylophone.
The xylophone has been part of African, Indochinese and Indonesian cultures since records began. They were usually very crude and very few early ones have survived. The first modernised, westernised versions emerged in the 19th century on the request of composers who had travelled to Africa for inspiration and wanted the xylophone for orchestral use.
a xylophone has a ladder like layout.
by striking the wooden bars to the bars of the xylophone...
a xylophone is not an insect, its a instrument
The xylophone is a percussion instrument