Etymology
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glockenspiel (n.)

1825 as a type of organ-stop 1834 as a musical instrument consisting of small bells or metal bars struck by hammers, from German Glockenspiel, literally "play of bells," from plural of Glocke "bell" (see clock (n.1)) + Spiel "a play" (see spiel).

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Definitions of glockenspiel

glockenspiel (n.)
a percussion instrument consisting of a set of graduated metal bars mounted on a frame and played with small hammers;
Synonyms: orchestral bells
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