What Musical Instrument is Played Without Touching it?

The xylophone is a musical instrument that is played without touching it.

The bars are arranged in groups of two or three tuned to the same pitch, and each group has its own resonator box. The mallets are made from wooden dowels with tightly wound yarn at one end. When the mallet strikes a bar, the bar vibrates within its frame producing sound waves which then bounce off the walls of the resonator box for amplification before being heard by people who are playing or listening nearby. This amplified sound can be quite loud because there are no dampening materials on any part of this percussion instrument’s design! The xylophone is found in many cultures around the world and was originally used traditionally as a solo instrument.

A xylophone is a percussion instrument of great antiquity which consists essentially of tuned wooden bars mounted in the frame so that the “touching” or striking one of them will set it into vibration and emit sound.

The xylophone is also known as “jungle drums” or in Japan, is called the “rin gong”.

The bars are arranged in groups of two or three tuned to the same pitch, and each group has its own resonator box.

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