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German Glocken pl. of Glocke bell (from Middle High German) (from Old High German glocka) (of imitative origin) Spiel play spiel
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
from German Glockenspiel (lit., bells-play)
He's going to play the glockenspiel cadenza too!
Our percussion, including pedal timpani, tam-tam, tubular bells, xylophone, glockenspiel and vibraphone, are available for use.
Glockenspiel, strings, reeds, world percussion and programming combine to create classy, intelligent, frail and melancholy pieces.
Mr. Millard assisted the Sinfonia by playing the glockenspiel.
Our every increasing range of outdoor musical instruments includes a traditional glockenspiel, chimes, turtle drum rain stick and new tiger glockenspiel.
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