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 +The '''xylophone''' (from the [[Greek language|Greek]] meaning 'wooden sound') is a [[musical instrument]] in the [[percussion instrument|percussion]] family which probably originated in [[Indonesia]].
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 +*"[[Forest Xylophone]]" (2011)
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The xylophone (from the Greek meaning 'wooden sound') is a musical instrument in the percussion family which probably originated in Indonesia.

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