Glockenspiel

A glockenspiel is a percussion instrument composed of a set of tuned keys arranged in the fashion of the keyboard of a piano. In this way, it is similar to the xylophone, although the xylophone's bars are made of wood, while the glockenspiel's are metal plates or tubes, thus making it a metallophone.

Suzuki Glockenspiel Alto AG-13 - 16 notes model
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Suzuki Glockenspiel Alto AG-13 - 16 notes model

Suzuki Glockenspiel AG-13 - 16 notes model.
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Suzuki mini Glockenspiel Soprano MSG-14
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Suzuki mini Glockenspiel Soprano MSG-13

Steel sound board sound board removable and Beech plywood body
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Suzuki Sound Blocks  - 8 notes model SB-9
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Suzuki Sound Blocks - 8 notes model SB-8

Suzuki Sound Blocks - 8 notes model SB-8 is fun instrument to play. It has a nice clear sound. The Quality is high, so it can last for many years.
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Suzuki Sound Blocks model SB-13
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Suzuki Sound Blocks - 13 notes model SB-13

Suzuki Sound Blocks - 13 notes model SB-13 is fun instrument to play. It has a nice clear sound. The Quality is high, so it can last for many years.
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The glockenspiel, additionally, is usually smaller and, because of both its material and smaller size, higher in pitch.
In German, a carillon is also called a Glockenspiel, while in French, the glockenspiel is often called a carillon. In music scores the glockenspiel is sometimes designated by the Italian term campanelli.