Origin of marimba
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You'll hear a marimba and dulcimer every so often in this crescendoing collection of stellar four-part harmonies.
In the afternoon we heard marimba-playing; the instrument was called la golondrina and cost the owner forty-three pesos.In Indian Mexico (1908)|Frederick Starr
Others assert that the Indians have known the marimba time out of mind, and undoubtedly invented it.
The Smithsonian Institution contains a good specimen of the Marimba.
One of their chief instruments is the 'Marimba' or 'Tyanbilo,' a form of harmonium.
This form of Marimba is also met with amongst the natives of Costa Rica.