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As a cursor pans from left to right across the image of the galactic center, showing a 400-light-year expanse, Chandra X-ray observations, played on the xylophone, trace filaments of superhot gas.
I later learned to play the xylophone, the violin and the saxophone.
It thrashed its bony arms impatiently and its ribs rattled like a xylophone.
So they began to cuss, amiable, and throw down dollars on the bar till it sounded like a selection on the xylophone.
The neighbouring forest was soon echoing the strident notes of xylophone, banjo, ocarina and trombone.
A very good idea of the psaltery and dulcimer may be obtained from the xylophone.
HOW THE PIANO CAME TO BEELLYE HOWELL GLOVER
Saint-Saëns has even utilized the barbarous xylophone, whose proper place is the variety hall, in his "Danse Macabre."
HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC, 7TH ED.HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL
In order to give an imitation of the rattling of bones, Saint-Sans has made use of the xylophone.
Like most musical instruments, the xylophone, had its origin in very remote times.
It appears that the xylophone was played in Germany as early as the beginning of the 16th century.

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