Wednesday, 2 July 2008

ABC Wednesday: Xylophone

It's ABC Wednesday again and X is for xylophone, which stands for 'xylo' (say KSEELO) meaning wood and 'phone' meaning sound.



Press the play button to hear the music of the xylophone (which happens to be made of metal tubes, and not wood), located at the children's public library of Hania, in the municipal gardens.

11 comments:

  1. How nice that you have the sound of a xylophone on your post for ABC Wednesday.

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  2. This is a really popular X, nice to see the variety in the designs of them.

    ann at:
    varying seasons

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  3. Yes, popular today but all have been so very different! Loved the sound!

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  4. Great fun! And a great X...
    Hope you are having a great X day.

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  5. It looks interesting and a good idea to be installed at that place.

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  6. didnt know the origin of the word. thanks for sharing

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  7. That must be fun for the kids.

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  8. What a thoroughly enjoyable X. I loved the music and the musician.

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