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Definition of Marimba

Marimba
Marimba Ma*rim"ba, n. [Pg.] A musical istrument of percussion, consisting of bars yielding musical tones when struck. --Knight.

Meaning of Marimba from wikipedia

- The marimba (/məˈrɪmbə/) is a percussion instrument consisting of a set of wooden bars struck with yarn or rubber mallets to produce musical tones. Resonators...
- A marimba is a xylophone-like percussion instrument pla**** with mallets. Marimba may also refer to: Marimba (lamellophone), plucked box instrument also...
- The gl**** marimba is a type of idiophone also known as a vitrephone or crystallophone. Marimba translates to "a xylophone-like instrument" from an African...
- Marimba Ani (born Dona Richards) is an anthropologist and African Studies scholar best known for her work Yurugu, a comprehensive critique of European...
- Marimba Band was a musical group led by marimba player Julius Wechter. Formed by producer Herb Alpert after his own Tijuana Br****, the Baja Marimba Band...
- marimba is a moth of the family Erebidae. It was described by William Schaus in 1933. It is found in Venezuela. Savela, Markku. "Leucanopsis marimba (Schaus...
- classical Marimba League (CML) is an international organization dedicated to the advancement of the marimba. The musical repertoire for the marimba in the...
- Clair Omar Musser (1901–1998) was a marimba virtuoso, a conductor and promoter of marimba orchestras, a composer, a teacher, a designer of keyboard percussion...
- Marimba Lumina is a MIDI controller developed by American engineer Don Buchla that lets a musician play music via a control surface based on the layout...
- xylophone may be used generally, to include all such instruments such as the marimba, balafon and even the semantron. However, in the orchestra, the term xylophone...