When the Glass Orchestra was on tour through Thailand we were shown these photographs of this ancient glass xylophone. There was no other information about this instrument so we can only use these photographs as more proof that glass music has existed in numerous cultures during differing times of this planets history. If you have an appreciation for experimental music then you might consider that glass music began when the first glass blower dropped their first too-hot-to-touch glass!
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We have been told that glass music has a documented history of over 2 thousand years. (We would like to see these documents if anyone can guide us there) We are fascinated with the topic of glass music history and are always on the lookout for more information so please send us photographs, performance posters, hot tips and other forms of glass music history that you may know of.
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