glockenspiel[gläk′ən spēl′, -s̸hpēl′]
glockenspiel definition by Webster's New World
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a percussion instrument with chromatically tuned, flat metal bars set in a frame, that produce bell-like tones when struck with small hammers
Origin: German ; from glocke, a bell (see clock) plush spiel, play
glockenspiel definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A percussion instrument with a series of metal bars tuned to the chromatic scale and played with two light hammers.
Origin: German : Glocken, pl. of Glocke, bell (from Middle High German, from Old High German glocka, of imitative origin ) + Spiel, play; see spiel.