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ITALY-ICE/
RTS2XV9V
January 10, 2020
A musician plays a xylophone made from ice during a performance at the Ice Music Festival in an igloo...
PASSO PARADISO, Italy
Musicians perform on instruments made from ice during at Ice Music Festival in Passo Paradiso
A musician plays a xylophone made from ice during a performance at the Ice Music Festival in an igloo at 2,600 metres above sea level on the Presena Glacier, in Passo Paradiso, Italy, January 9, 2020. Picture taken January 9, 2020. REUTERS/Yara Nardi
USA-TOYS/
RTS1JX7A
November 14, 2017
The "Oval Xylophone" is displayed during the World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H.) news conference...
Boston, UNITED STATES
The "Oval Xylophone" is displayed during the W.A.T.C.H. news conference to announce their nominees for...
The "Oval Xylophone" is displayed during the World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H.) news conference to announce their nominees for the "Ten Worst Toys" this holiday season in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., November 14, 2017. REUTERS/Mary Schwalm
USA/
RTR2GJUM
July 20, 2010
Members of the Xylopholks band perform in the Times Square subway station in New York July 19, 2010....
New York, UNITED STATES
Members of the Xylopholks band perform in the Times Square subway station in New York
Members of the Xylopholks band perform in the Times Square subway station in New York July 19, 2010. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTR1VTZ4
January 15, 2008
A worker sits as a metal plate is heated to be made into a gamelan, a traditional Indonesian musical...
Solo, Indonesia
A worker sits as a metal plate is heated in Solo
A worker sits as a metal plate is heated to be made into a gamelan, a traditional Indonesian musical instrument, at a gamelan workshop in Solo, in Indonesia's Central Java province January 15, 2008. A gamelan consists of a variety of instruments such as metallophones, xylophones, drums and gongs. A set can cost up to 300 milion rupiah ($32,608). REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1VTYY
January 15, 2008
A worker sits as a metal plate is heated to be made into a gamelan, a traditional Indonesian musical...
Solo, Indonesia
A worker sits as a metal plate is heated in Solo
A worker sits as a metal plate is heated to be made into a gamelan, a traditional Indonesian musical instrument, at a gamelan workshop in Solo, in Indonesia's Central Java province January 15, 2008. A gamelan consists of a variety of instruments such as metallophones, xylophones, drums and gongs. A set can cost up to 300 milion rupiah ($32,608). REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1VTYQ
January 15, 2008
Workers hit a hot metal plate, to be made into a gamelan, a traditional Indonesian musical instrument,...
Solo, Indonesia
Workers hit a hot metal plate at a gamelan workshop in Solo
Workers hit a hot metal plate, to be made into a gamelan, a traditional Indonesian musical instrument, at a gamelan workshop in Solo, in Indonesia's Central Java province January 15, 2008. A gamelan consists of a variety of instruments such as metallophones, xylophones, drums and gongs. A set can cost up to 300 milion rupiah ($32,608). REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1VTYI
January 15, 2008
A worker holds a heated metal plate, to be made into a gamelan, a traditional Indonesian musical instrument,...
Solo, Indonesia
A worker holds a heated metal plate at a gamelan workshop in Solo
A worker holds a heated metal plate, to be made into a gamelan, a traditional Indonesian musical instrument, at a gamelan workshop in Solo, in Indonesia's Central Java province January 15, 2008. A gamelan consists of a variety of instruments such as metallophones, xylophones, drums and gongs. A set can cost up to 300 milion rupiah ($32,608). REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTX539H
December 30, 2007
A xylophone of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is seen during a rehearsal for the New Year's Concert...
Vienna, Austria
A xylophone of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is seen during a rehearsal for the New Year's Concert...
A xylophone of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is seen during a rehearsal for the New Year's Concert 2008 in Vienna's "Goldener Musikvereinsaal" December 28, 2007. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
JOSTIBAND ORCHESTRA
RTXMA6M
November 04, 2003
A member of the Jostiband Orchestra plays the xylophone during a concert in Utrecht November 1, 2003....
Utrecht, Netherlands
A member of the Jostiband Orchestra plays the xylophone during a concert in Utrecht November 1, 2003.....
A member of the Jostiband Orchestra plays the xylophone during a concert in Utrecht November 1, 2003. The Netherlands-based orchestra is the largest performing group of mentally handicapped musicians in the world and offers its members the opportunity to develop their musical abilities and to understand the way in which music is put together.
spike/sn   PXP113D
RTR63HG
November 01, 2003
A member of the Jostiband Orchestra plays the xylophone during a
concert in Utrecht November 1, 2003....
Uutrecht
MEMBER OF JOSTIBAND ORCHESTRA PLAYS XYLOPHONE DURING CONCERT IN
UTRECHT.
A member of the Jostiband Orchestra plays the xylophone during a
concert in Utrecht November 1, 2003. The Netherlands-based orchestra is
the largest performing group of mentally handicapped musicians in the
world and offers its members the opportunity to develop their musical
abilities and to understand the way in which music is put together.
REUTERS/ Michael Kooren PP03110007

MKN/SN
PXP118D
RTRPDWY
October 04, 2003
A Nigerian man is covered with white powder as he prepares to perform
in traditional costume at the...
Abuja, Nigeria
NIGERIANS PREPARE TO PERFORM AT THE OPENING OF THE ALL AFRICA GAMES IN
ABUJA.
A Nigerian man is covered with white powder as he prepares to perform
in traditional costume at the opening of the All Africa games in
Nigeria's capital Abuja, October 4, 2003. Music and dance is the way
Nigerians remember their past and celebrate their present and songs and
dances are played on drums, flutes, trumpets, stringed instruments,
xylophones, and thumb pianos, and are often linked to specific places
and events. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti PP03100035

RS/MA
SPORT ALL AFRICA GAMES
RTRPDWG
October 04, 2003
Nigerian men play instruments and dance as people from all over the
country prepare to perform in traditional...
Abuja
NIGERIANS PREPARE TO PERFORM AT THE OPENING OF THE ALL AFRICA GAMES IN
ABUJA.
Nigerian men play instruments and dance as people from all over the
country prepare to perform in traditional costume at the opening of the
All Africa games in Nigeria's capital Abuja, October 4, 2003. Music and
dance is the way Nigerians remember their past and celebrate their
present and songs and dances are played on drums, flutes, trumpets,
stringed instruments, xylophones, and thumb pianos, and are often
linked to specific places and events. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti PP03100035

RS/MA
PXP113D
RTRPDWA
October 04, 2003
Nigerian men play instruments and dance as people from all over the
country prepare to perform in traditional...
Abuja, Nigeria
NIGERIANS PREPARE TO PERFORM AT THE OPENING OF THE ALL AFRICA GAMES IN
ABUJA.
Nigerian men play instruments and dance as people from all over the
country prepare to perform in traditional costume at the opening of the
All Africa games in Nigeria's capital Abuja, October 4, 2003. Music and
dance is the way Nigerians remember their past and celebrate their
present and songs and dances are played on drums, flutes, trumpets,
stringed instruments, xylophones, and thumb pianos, and are often
linked to specific places and events. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti PP03100035

RS/MA
PXP116D
RTRPDVP
October 04, 2003
A Nigerian man prepares to perform in traditional costume at the
opening of the All Africa games in...
Abuja, Nigeria
NIGERIANS PREPARE TO PERFORM AT THE OPENING OF THE ALL AFRICA GAMES IN
ABUJA.
A Nigerian man prepares to perform in traditional costume at the
opening of the All Africa games in Nigeria's capital Abuja, October 4,
2003. Music and dance is the way Nigerians remember their past and
celebrate their present and songs and dances are played on drums,
flutes, trumpets, stringed instruments, xylophones, and thumb pianos,
and are often linked to specific places and events. REUTERS/Radu
Sigheti PP03100035

RS/MA
SPORT ALL AFRICA GAMES
RTRPDVF
October 04, 2003
A Nigerian man dances as people from all over the country prepare to
perform in traditional costume...
Abuja
NIGERIANS PREPARE TO PERFORM AT THE OPENING OF THE ALL AFRICA GAMES IN
ABUJA.
A Nigerian man dances as people from all over the country prepare to
perform in traditional costume at the opening of the All Africa games
in Nigeria's capital Abuja, October 4, 2003. Music and dance is the way
Nigerians remember their past and celebrate their present and songs and
dances are played on drums, flutes, trumpets, stringed instruments,
xylophones, and thumb pianos, and are often linked to specific places
and events. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti PP03100035

RS/MA
PXP115D
RTRPDVA
October 04, 2003
Nigerian men dance as people from all the country prepare to perform in
their traditional costume at...
Abuja, Nigeria
NIGERIANS PREPARE TO PERFORM AT THE OPENING OF THE ALL AFRICA GAMES IN
ABUJA.
Nigerian men dance as people from all the country prepare to perform in
their traditional costume at the opening of the All Africa games in
Nigeria's capital Abuja, October 4, 2003. Music and dance is the way
Nigerians remember their past and celebrate their present and songs and
dances are played on drums, flutes, trumpets, stringed instruments,
xylophones, and thumb pianos, and are often linked to specific places
and events. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti PP03100035

RS/MA
CHILE RELIGION OPUS DEI
RTRBJBM
September 26, 2002
A Chilean schoolboy practices the xylophone along with his classmates
at a school run by the Catholic...
Santiago, Chile - Republic of
CHILEAN BOYS PRACTICE XYLOPHONE FOR FEATURE.
A Chilean schoolboy practices the xylophone along with his classmates
at a school run by the Catholic group Opus Dei in a poor neighborhood
of Santiago, September 26, 2002. Members of the Opus Dei created the
school to provide free education to steer kids away from drug
addiction, gang violence and prostitution. More than 4,000 Chileans
will be at the Vatican on October 6, 2002, to see Pope John Paul II
canonize Josemaria Escriva Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei which has
a large following among Chile's conservatice political and business
elite. FEATURE-CHILE-RELIGION-OPUS DEI REUTERS/Claudia Daut

CD
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV8
September 09, 2002
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler) during a demonstration of elephant...
Lampang, Thailand
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler) during a demonstration of eleph.....
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler) during a demonstration of elephant skills at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, Californian-born Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together another CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants at the centre, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV6
September 09, 2002
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of elephants at Thailand's Elephant...
Lampang, Thailand
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of elephants at Thailand's Elephant.....
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of elephants at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, longtime Thai resident Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring an ensemble of 11 elephants, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8, 2002.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV5
September 09, 2002
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated gong at Thailand's Elephant Conservation...
Lampang, Thailand
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated gong at Thailand's Elephant .....
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated gong at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, Californian-born resident conservationist Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8, 2002.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV4
September 09, 2002
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his trunk as part of an elephant orchestra...
Lampang, Thailand
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his trunk as part of an elephant .....
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his trunk as part of an elephant orchestra at Thailand's elephant conservation centre in Lampang, 600 km (372 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Phong, who was rescued from the streets of Bangkok, is now part of an 11-piece orchestra played entirely by elephants. The surreal music they create being put together on a new second compact disc, the brainchild of Californian-born resident conservationist Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier. Picture taken September 8.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV3
September 09, 2002
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted...
Lampang, Thailand
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducte.....
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair (R) at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, longtime Thai resident Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring the elephant ensemble, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8.
ELEPHANTS
RTXLHV2
September 09, 2002
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a pachyderm orchestra at Thailand's...
Lampang, Thailand
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a pachyderm orchestra at Thaila.....
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a pachyderm orchestra at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc, Californian-born resident conservationist Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8.
YEAREND
RTRDHNI
September 08, 2002
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his
trunk as part of an elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his
trunk as part of an elephant orchestra at Thailand's elephant
conservation centre in Lampang, 600 km (372 miles) north of Bangkok, on
September 8, 2002. Phong, who was rescued from the streets of Bangkok,
is now part of an 11-piece orchestra played entirely by elephants. The
surreal music they create being put together on a new second compact
disc, the brainchild of Californian-born resident conservationist
Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier. Picture taken
September 8. REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/JD
THAILAND
RTRA1JZ
September 08, 2002
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler)
during a demonstration of elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
AN ELEPHANT PLACES A HAT ON THE HEAD OF ITS HANDLER IN LAMPANG.
An Asian elephant places a hat on the head of its "mahout" (handler)
during a demonstration of elephant skills at Thailand's Elephant
Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok, on
September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of their first compact disc,
Californian-born Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting
together another CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants at
the centre, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok,
who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments.
Picture taken September 8. REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/JD
THAILAND
RTRA1JN
September 08, 2002
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of
elephants at Thailand's Elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
U.S. CONSERVATIONIST CONDUCTS ELEPHANT ORCHESTRA IN LAMPANG.
U.S. elephant conservationist Richard Lair conducts an orchestra of
elephants at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km
(373 miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the
success of their first compact disc, longtime Thai resident Lair and
compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD
featuring an ensemble of 11 elephants, some rescued from a brutal life
on the streets of Bangkok, who play everything from xylophones to drums
and wind instruments. Picture taken September 8, 2002. REUTERS/Jason
Reed

JIR/RCS
THAILAND
RTRA1JE
September 08, 2002
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated
gong at Thailand's Elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
ALL ELEPHANT ORCHESTRA PERFORMS IN LAMPANG.
An elephant orchestra plays drums, wind instruments and a foot-operated
gong at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373
miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of
their first compact disc, Californian-born resident conservationist
Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are putting together
a second CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11 elephants, some
rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok, who play
everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments. Picture taken
September 8, 2002. REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/RCS
THAILAND
RTRA1J7
September 08, 2002
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece
pachyderm orchestra conducted...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
THAI ELEPHANT PLAYS XYLOPHONE IN PACHYDERM ORCHESTRA IN LAMPANG.
"Phong", a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece
pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair (R)
at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in Lampang, 600 km (373
miles) north of Bangkok, on September 8, 2002. Buoyed by the success of
their first compact disc, longtime Thai resident Lair and compatriot
musician Dave Soldier are putting together a second CD featuring the
elephant ensemble, who play everything from xylophones to drums and
wind instruments. Picture taken September 8. REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/RCS
THAILAND
RTRA1IZ
September 08, 2002
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a
pachyderm orchestra at Thailand's...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
ELEPHANT DRAGS A SET OF DRUMS FROM A MUSIC STOREROOM IN LAMPANG.
An Asian elephant drags a giant set of drums to be played as part of a
pachyderm orchestra at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Centre in
Lampang, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok September 8, 2002. Buoyed
by the success of their first compact disc, Californian-born resident
conservationist Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier are
putting together a second CD featuring an ensemble orchestra of 11
elephants, some rescued from a brutal life on the streets of Bangkok,
who play everything from xylophones to drums and wind instruments.
Picture taken September 8. REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/RCS
THAILAND
RTRA1DJ
September 08, 2002
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his
trunk as part of an elephant...
Lampang, Thailand - Kingdom of
A THAI ELEPHANT PLAYS IN A PACHYDERM ORCHESTRA IN LAMPANG, NORTHERN
THAILAND.
A four-year-old male elephant named "Phong" plays a xylophone with his
trunk as part of an elephant orchestra at Thailand's elephant
conservation centre in Lampang, 600 km (372 miles) north of Bangkok, on
September 8, 2002. Phong, who was rescued from the streets of Bangkok,
is now part of an 11-piece orchestra played entirely by elephants. The
surreal music they create being put together on a new second compact
disc, the brainchild of Californian-born resident conservationist
Richard Lair and compatriot musician Dave Soldier. Picture taken
September 8. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Jason Reed

JIR/JD
ATTACK INDONESIA MUSIC
RTRO86P
October 16, 2001
20-year-old American Mustafa (L) plays a ganduk-ganduk - a traditional
wooden-made xylophone - during...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
A GROUP OF AMERICAN MUSLIM MUSICIANS PERFORM IN JAKARTA.
20-year-old American Mustafa (L) plays a ganduk-ganduk - a traditional
wooden-made xylophone - during a performance of Islamic songs in
Jakarta on October 16, 2001. Mustafa is a singer in the American
musical group called "The Dust" whose chief mission is to spread the
teachings of Islam through music and poetry. The Dust has been in
Indonesia for two years and has no plan to leave the country despite
anti-American sentiment here. REUTERS/Beawiharta

EN/PB
BRITAIN
RTRF4AC
March 02, 2001
Astronomer Sir Patrick Moore with his knighthood that he received from The Prince of Wales at Buckingham...
London, UK
PATRICK MOORE DISPLAYS HIS KNIGHTHOOD AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
Astronomer Sir Patrick Moore with his knighthood that he received from The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace in London March 2, 2001. Moore is familiar to British television viewers from his long running series "The Sky at Night" and his exuberant xylophone playing.

WAW
GUATEMALA MARIMBA
RTR7ZFU
September 07, 2000
Taking a break from legal bureaucracy, workers from Guatemala's Supreme Court on Thursday seek refuge...
Guatemala, Guatemala
GUATEMALAS SUPREME COURT MEMBERS PRATICE THE MARIMBA.
Taking a break from legal bureaucracy, workers from Guatemala's Supreme Court on Thursday seek refuge in the basement of their workplace to polish the repertoire of the institution's traditional Marimba band September 7, 2000. The workers play the marimba, a large instrument similar to a xylophone, in the basement, allowing the music to travel through the building to try to remind Guatemalans of their musical and cultural heritage.

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